Our Transitional Housing program provides survivors of domestic and sexual violence a place to rebuild their lives and begin the process of learning to live independently. Three apartments are available for up to a year while they develop goals that will enable them to achieve economic independence and safe, affordable housing.
Program participants take part in weekly case management sessions. They have access to supportive services including counseling, support groups, workshops, safety planning and job skills assessment and training.
Residents contribute 30% of their income towards the monthly program fee and once they successfully complete the program, 50% of the program fee is returned. Transitional Housing is available for victims of stalking, domestic, sexual and dating violence who meet eligibility requirements.