Transitional housing is available to pregnant women and new moms in a safe and loving campus environment. The services provided strive to enhance their level of independence, as well as emotional, physical, psychological and spiritual well-being.
The "Kimberly Village" campus includes seven residential buildings providing short and long term housing for up to 14 women and 20+ infants and toddlers. Our Housing Staff works closely with each resident mom in creating an individualized plan that includes transition into a permanent residential situation.
SHELTER & TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
Non-emergency shelter beds are for pregnant women and the length of stay is no longer than 6 months from the birth of their child.
Transitional apartments are for women and their children who are gainfully employed. The length of stay is limited to 1 year, with a possible 6 month extension. Fees are based on apartment size.
All utilities are included and on-site laundry facilities are provided at no additional cost.
- 18 years or older
- Homeless or at risk
- Have income and ability to be employed
- Pass drug screening and background check
- Program participation is required
While participating in our mentoring program, as a condition for housing, residents receive assistance in finding a permanent home, as well as continuing education. As a part of preparing residents to live independently in the community they receive mentoring and other educational opportunities, which include pregnancy and parenting education and other life skills classes.