The Transitional Housing program supports women to develop skills to live independently. Women may stay up to 364 days. There are 9 self-contained Transitional Housing units.
The Transitional Housing component of Belinda’s Place supports women to develop skills to live independently. There are nine single-occupancy units, each with a bathroom and kitchenette, but no stove. Staff provide collaborative, client-driven assessment; strengths-based, trauma-informed case management; referrals and warm transfers; life skills programming (e.g. workshops on health, cooking, budgeting, problem solving, conflict resolution, community living skills); assistance connecting with wraparound services; and assistance finding appropriate, affordable, and stable housing.