Transitional Living Program
Phoenix House residents are victims and families who have experienced domestic violence and who are in need of safe housing combined with support services. The programs help residents develop life skills to live independently. Education and job training are integral parts of the program. The Phoenix House program also offers:
- Safety planning and risk assessment
- Individual case management
- Financial assistance for education and job training
- Educational workshops on topics such as budgeting, nutrition, and home maintenance
- Parenting education and support groups
Phoenix House is a program where you can live for up to 24-months in an individual apartment in a nine-unit building. Acceptance into the program is based on apartment availability. There are single, two, and three bedroom units as well as a handicap-accessible apartment. There are fees associated with this program.