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Transitional Housing Program

Transitional Housing Program

The Transitional housing program is a self-sufficiency program for low income women and their children who are homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness. We have 12 units, all two bedroom/ 1 bathroom in Palm Bay and Melbourne. There is one efficiency unit for a single woman without children.

Services Include

Services provided in the housing program may last up to two years:

  • Case Management- Clients meet weekly with a case manager to develop and obtain assistance achieving personal and professional goals.
  • Clients will receive assistance learning to budget and save money, household management skills, referrals for subsidized childcare, community resources, and assistance transitioning into permanent housing.
  • Housing clients will receive free weekly individual counseling at the Women’s Center.
  • Access to support groups, workshops, career guidance, victim advocacy, food pantry, and assistance with furnishings for apartments from the Furniture and More Thrift Store are a few other services that are available for clients in this program.

Program Requirements

To be considered for the program, clients must have a source of income to pay their expenses, plus rent and utilities. Clients must be working a minimum of 30 hours per week, or attending school while working part time (unless disabled), have a reliable mode of transportation, a high school diploma or GED and have at least 50% custody of one child.

A complete list of the criteria for consideration into the program is available at the Women’s Center.