Programs that offer an alternative living arrangement to people who are unable to live independently due to age, disability, substance abuse, mental illness, chronic homelessness, or other circumstances; or who require case management, housing support, vocational assistance, employment, or other services in order to make the transition to independent living.
By offering affordable housing alternatives, programs assist reduce homelessness and foster social interaction among low-income individuals. Families, the disabled, and anybody else looking for additional companionship might benefit from this service. These shared housing places are located and listed across ShelterListings.org.
Is reasonably priced supportive housing that is intended to give those who are homeless or in danger of becoming so a place to live as well as the necessary support services. The shift is intended to make them more self-sufficient so they may advance to living independently. Transitional housing facilities offer a range of services, including job training, psychiatric support, drug abuse treatment, and aid with domestic violence. While the aid offered varies, the housing is often inexpensive and accessible. For more specific details, see the descriptions of each transitional housing option.