Bridging the gap from homelessness to permanent and stable housing.
Transitional or time-limited housing programs provide safe and short-term housing solutions paired with services to support people exiting homelessness. As a participant in our transitional housing programs, families and individuals typically live in our housing for eighteen to twenty-four months. They engage with our comprehensive services to help them on their journey towards self-sufficiency.
Serving as a key to the continuum of care for people exiting homelessness, Families in Transition offers more than seventy transitional housing units in New Hampshire. Like our other programs, we work with families and individuals to provide the resources and tools they need to set goals and build a foundation for long-term growth and stability.
Program participants can partner with our dedicated case managers in various ways, including completing long-term housing applications. They work to develop support structures and life skills, secure employment, and overcome barriers due to trauma, mental health, and substance use. We aim to provide support and help people cultivate the necessary skills needed to meet their goals and move from homelessness to greater independence as healthy and dignified community members.