Important note: Services provided at transitional housing facilities varies by location. Some transitional housing assists with substance abuse treatment, psychological assistance, job training while others only provide limited assistance. Please review the details of each transitional facility to make sure you obtain the correct information.
TO PROVIDE EMERGENCY, TRANSITIONAL, AND PERMANENT HOUSING AS WELL AS EDUCATION, CONSULTING, AND JOB TRAINING FOR HOMELESS AND LOW INCOME ADULTS AND FAMILIES WHO WANT TO WORK TO IMPROVE THEIR LIVES AND BECOME SELF-SUPPORTING MEMBERS OF SOCIETY.
American Family Housing Second Step: TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
Number of Units: 66
Transitional Housing is designed to bridge the gap between crises
shelter and permanent housing. This housing area includes our Haven
Project for chronically homeless clients. It is critical that
successful transitional housing programs provide a wide range of
flexible and optional supportive services that reflect the differences
and individual needs of the homeless and that allows clients to work
with a one-on-one caseworker to choose the course of action that is best
for them. Transitional housing programs offer counseling, support
groups, safety planning, and advocacy services as well as various forms
of practical services that may include licensed childcare, employment
services and training, transportation vouchers, and credit counseling.
Clients must be employed and remain drug and alcohol free. Length of
stay at this step is 24 months.
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