Our Transitional Living Program is available to people who have experienced domestic violence and are completing a stay in a shelter.  Finding safe and affordable housing can be very challenging.  Our program offers an option for families or individuals to continue to receive supportive services while paying only a third of their income for rent.


Our 8 apartments of transitional housing provide a home for up to 2 years while residents gain skills and set goals to find a pathway to independence.




In our 20 units of Permanent Supportive Housing, people with mental and/or physical disabilities who have experienced domestic violence are provided an apartment (and pay one third of their income for rent) and are offered counseling, advocacy, and case management services to support them as they prepare for re-entry into the workforce, attend school, or pursue other individual goals.


Residents of both programs are offered case management and counseling, educational and career competency trainings, financial literacy and budgeting workshops, job search assistance; and other support services.


Call the 24 Hour Helpline to learn more about these services: 860-225-6357 or 888-774-2900