The Transitional Living Program (TLP) provides homeless youth with stable, safe living accommodations for up to 21 months.
The TLP provides services to help young people develop skills necessary to move to independence and life as healthy, productive adults.
What is a transitional housing program?
Families that are homeless or facing imminent eviction are the primary beneficiaries of transitional housing programs and emergency shelters. The goal of these various free transitional housing programs are to help families both live independently and move into long term, permanent housing or apartments.
What is a transitional living center?
Transitional living refers to any type of living situation that is transitional. Transitional living provides professional support, education, and a stable living environment. Common types of transitional living include transitioning from jail or prison, an addiction treatment center or a mental health facility.
How do I start a transitional living program?
You can start a transitional housing program by drafting a clear and concise organizational plan while seeking to acquire funding and an appropriate facility.
- Determine the Target Population.
- Acquire Funding.
- Obtain Community Support.
- Find a Facility.
- Purchase Supplies.
- Establish Guidelines.
- Teach Life Skills.
Who pays for transitional housing?
Program Description: The Shelter and Transitional Housing Facilities Grant Program provides grants to improve or create permanent supportive housing, transitional housing and emergency shelters for people who are chronically homeless. Local government entities or non-profit organizations are eligible for the grant.