Family Temporary Transitional

Transitional Housing
Durham, NC
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300 Glen Fall Ln.
Durham, NC - 27713

(919) 423-5822 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one familytemporaryshelterprogram@gmail.com

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About Family Temporary Transitional

Last-Modified: 2020-07-03 13:21:52

The mission for this program is to establish a Transitional Housing For women and children in Domestic Violence that is homeless and individual that needed housing or at risk of becoming homeless. Services: Comprehensive Shelter service and Housing Safe place of refuges for those needing security food Job placement Child care on site Case manager 3 to 6mos stay refer from social Service Laundry Counseling Reinforcement and stability to become stable Funding will be through grants, nonprofit childcare service funds from social service program and donation.

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