Transitional Housing Program
The encounter of various obstacles can make an individual’s return to the community following their release from incarceration an emotionally, relationally, spiritually, and economically overwhelming and challenging experience. The lack of suitable housing is often one of many barriers an individual with a felony faces in transitioning into mainstream society. Having access to subsidized, temporary housing in an atmosphere that is conducive for change and success, with the opportunity for permanent, affordable housing can be a major stepping stone for a returning citizen and a powerful intervention tool against recidivism.
TA's Housing Program provides services for individuals identified and who are referred by a County Court Services or a Department of Corrections agency that has contracted with our agency to provide such services. The vision of our housing programs is, “A goal oriented housing program that encourages dignity and self worth in a suitable, supervised, structured, safe, and stable environment. Providing opportunities designed to assist in accomplishing time-sensitive, short-term, and long-term objectives that result in permanent solutions.”
All housing program participants must be referred by a referral source that has contracted services with TA, Inc. for the Phase I component of our housing program. Phase I offers subsidized and short-term housing, while Phase II assist with preparing a client in obtaining affordable and permanent housing.