The Transitional Development Program provides a structured and supportive sober environment for homeless women and men who are employed, but lack the financial means to be independent. Participants are single, have a desire to find permanent housing and are willing to follow their individual case managed plan. The plan incorporates achieving financial stability, a sober life style and a spiritual foundation.
Candidates for this program must be 18 years of age or older, provide a letter from their employer verifying full-time employment, salary and pay schedule. A drug and alchohol test will be administered prior to admission in the program. The candidate must be drug free to be admitted . TDP clients are required to provide a $140 entrance fee.
TDP clients are encouraged to establish savings accounts at local banks, receive counseling in basic life skills and attend recovery based meetings. A weekly service fee of $70 is required and payment for service is determined by the client's pay schedule. The length of stay is determined by need, including the client's earning and ability to acquire safe, affordable permanent housing - usually within six months.
Services for participants include: