The Transitional Living Program is designed to give young people, who have the potential and desire to succeed, a place to live with the encouragement and support they need to become productive members of their community.

Referrals come from social service agencies, non-profit organizations that work with children and youth, community agencies, social workers, schools, clergy, educators, family members, government agencies, and private referrals. After screening and evaluation, our staff works with each young person to develop a personal program to fit his or her aspirations, skills, and needs. The program helps participants develop personal life skills, such as job interviewing, home management, budgetary and financial management, and sound nutritional habits.

The key to past success has been an individualized approach, positive reinforcement of successes, thoughtful and caring responses to setbacks, and genuine concern about the spiritual well-being of each young person.