Transitional Housing offers a safe and drug-free sheltered space for those who are experiencing homelessness, allowing them to regain their footing in order to become self-sufficient and return to making a positive difference in the community.
Shores of Hope provides supportive housing for homeless households including youth transitioning out of foster care, victims of human trafficking and those seeking refuge from domestic violence. We partner with a variety of referring agencies whose goals are to fight the homeless and domestic violence crisis within our region by providing Hope of some shelter.
"People who are homeless are not social inadequates. They are people without homes." - Sheila McKechnie, Activist
Nearby our Center, we maintain ten apartments and a three-bedroom house nestled within a safe and supportive environment. Transitional housing is generally for a limited time period and the length of stay depends on the referring agency, which can range from three months to three years. Shores of Hope also provides a supplement of supportive services for residents including assistance with Job Search, Internships, Securing Permanent Housing, and access to Substance Abuse Programs.