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Home Transitional Network

Transitional Housing
New Bern , NC
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820 Broad St.
New Bern , NC - 28561

(252) 721-9274 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Website

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About Home Transitional Network

Last-Modified: 2020-05-06 08:01:16

In collaboration with our Rural Communities Partners across North Carolina, H.O.M.E. embarks on innovative strategies to provide transitional living and vocational career opportunities for justice-involved individuals, seeking to reestablish themselves within communities of their choice. Re-entering society can feel chaotic and difficult to manage, and these traumatic stressors can cause individuals to recidivate, if proper protocols and opportunities are not aligned . Their transitional and vocational living sites provide the stability needed to get back on one’s feet. With approved admission into the program the following fees apply: Tuition Deposit  starting @ $150 Weekly Program Fee starting @ $125  * Tuition Deposit and Program fees are determined by level of services provided to Program Participant * This is not rental fee; all individuals enrolled are considered 'Program Participant' Office Hours: Monday through Sunday 7am - 7pm

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