2005 Salina St.
Austin, TX - 78722
2005 Salina St.
Austin, TX - 78722
Blackland Transitional Housing provides 12 months of transitional housing and case management for homeless single or married parents with children.
Applicants meet with a case manager, who determines eligibility.
When a vacancy occurs the selection committee chooses the clients based on need and potential for becoming self-sufficient points given for employment, in school, and good rental history .
Offers supportive services for ongoing clients only.
Clients are eligible for assistance with food and clothing through the Blackland Neighborhood Center.
Does NOT provide an emergency or homeless shelter.
Eligibility: Homeless married or single parents with children, does NOT accept single adults who have no children, children of residents must be ages 18 years and younger, at least one adult must be working and earn at least $700/month, accepts ex-offenders, excluding charges of violent or sexual assault
Fees: Rent for first 6 months: $375/month, after that, rent goes up to $475, rent amount includes a $150 utility surcharge and $25 per month addition to security deposit, clients are responsible for any remaining utility charges
Intake Procedure: Call to be screened for eligibility and set up an appointment, If callers leave a voicemail, they will be contacted within two days
Documents Required: Birth certificate, Social Security card, photo ID for all household members, p roof of income.
Hours: Monday / Wednesday / Friday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm, other times by appointment
Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.
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(I sent this to green doors as well) Hi. I'm a 41 year old male. Single, no children, no criminal history, alcohol and drug free ,mentally composed and average able bodied. I tried the Front Steps/ The Arch/Salvation Army in downtown but it's more dangerous there to catch an airborne disease or getting attacked or robbed in your sleep there than one would be on a city bus stop bench or being attacked by a coyote in the woods. Plus there is a drug problem right outside their door which does help the situation any. I went to their processing for housing assistance to see if I can qualify but they said that I don't even come close because I don't have any of the above issues. You woulds think that they'd prioritize the women and children and sober and trouble free single men but the system implies that they put the opposite on the top of their priority list to help. (This world is backwards). I'm sending this email in the hopes that I can reach someone who can help me with housing while I keep looking for long term work (gotta be clean and rested for employers). Thank you for consideration. ---Andre D.
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