The transitional housing program for homeless male Veterans provides a combination of counseling for substance abuse, access to housing, intensive care coordination and support services.
This program provides more than shelter. The 24-month program offers veterans intensive case management, support services, and treatment. The staff work with veterans individually to help them develop a plan to put their lives back together. After residents are stabilized, they contribute a portion of their income as rent. They also save a percentage to have a reserve for expenses when they complete and move out of the program into permanent housing.