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Transitional Housing

A Transitional Housing program helps domestic abuse survivors and their children bridge the gap between leaving an abusive home, emergency shelter and living independently. Four furnished apartments offer clients a private space to call home for 12 to 18 months while they work on goals toward securing permanent housing. This program is available to clients who are employed and/or enrolled in school.

Clients in Transitional Housing participate in free counseling and meet with domestic violence advocates weekly to review and modify goals toward independence. Residents contribute a mutually agreed upon monetary “rent” donation that's based on a budget that allows clients to save for security deposits on their future homes.