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Transitional Housing

Transitional housing is temporary, supportive housing for homeless people. Transitional housing with case management services is usually provided to specific subpopulations of homeless people – transition age youth, victims of domestic violence, people leaving jail or prison, or people recovering from substance abuse disorders. Transitional housing is generally provided for a limited time period, depending on the particular program - the maximum duration being 24 months.  Transitional Housing requires the program participants to pay a portion of their monthly income for rent and usually provides a temporary rent subsidy for the duration of the program.
 Target Population include Transition-Aged Youth and Domestic Violence Survivors, People recovering from substance use disorders and achieve recovery goals. Supportive Services include temp rent subsidy, Case management and/or counseling and employment and life skills support

Last updated: 9/29/2017 9:55 AM