The Transitional Housing Program provides safe, affordable housing and support services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence, and stalking, and their children. We believe survivors are resourceful adults who are the victims of someone else’s behavior, and who are the experts in their own lives. We believe abusers must be held responsible for their actions.  

We aim to assist survivors with their personal, economic and housing goals by offering financial assistance to secure and maintain stable and safe housing, and time to heal. We offer advocacy, emotional support, referrals for practical resources such as furnishings, and assistance gaining economic stability through education, employment and/or applying for public assistance. We honor each individual’s process and timeline and are available to assist, not to lead. We will provide a variety of resources and support depending on each survivor’s situation and goals.