Transitional Living Program
Phoenix House residents are women and families left homeless due to domestic violence and/or sexual assault who need safe, affordable housing and support services provided in a structured environment. The programs help residents develop self-esteem and the life skills to live independently. Enrollment in education and job training is an integral part of the program. The Phoenix House program also includes;
- Parenting education and support groups
- Individual case management
- Educational workshops for adults on topics such as budgeting, nutrition, and home maintenance
- School readiness and after-school tutoring programs
- Financial assistance for education and job training
Phoenix House is a 6 to 24 month program, Case management is available to former residents for up to one year after they have left the program.