Transitional Housing Services are designed to meet the needs of survivors who are not in immediate danger and are feeling stable enough to begin rebuilding their lives. Participants are able to start over in these programs—their own apartment, the chance to tackle longer-term goals, and the opportunity to re-establish roots and consistency for kids who have experienced a range of traumas.
WRAP's transitional housing program is a supportive housing program that assist clients with safe affordable housing for 6 months to allow them to get re-established and be independent. The supportive services to be provided include but are not limited to are independent living skills, case management, crisis intervention, help with accessing resources, skills to increase income, socialization and advocacy.
Embracing and Empowering Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence