Transitional Living Program (TLP)
TLP is a multi-phase program for enrolled young adults, ages 18–24 with a limit of 10 participants at one time. Those enrolled in TLP stay in our 10-bed overnight dorm, and have access to our staff and resources 24 hours a day. Each individual works with our Case Managers to set and accomplish their health, housing, education, and employment goals. TLP participants may eventually move into our shared housing units to further build their independent living skills in a supported environment. The ultimate goal of TLP is to help young adults to gain the knowledge, skills, self-respect, and healthy supports necessary to transition to stable, long term housing.
Growth Plan: The 4 phases of TLP
Getting Connected & Developing a Plan: Participants are assigned a bed and locker in the overnight shelter and receive an orientation to TLP. They can access our campus, staff and resources 24 hours a day. Each participant will work with our team to develop a Skills Plan and a Service Plan.
Skill Development, Personal Growth & Taking Responsibility: We’ll grow each person’s skills as they seek employment, education, and volunteer opportunities. They will set and manage their own daily schedule and lead by positive example.
Extended Support Program: If participants are accepted into our shared housing, they will gain the experience and skills needed to be a responsible housing tenant.
Moving Forward: Participants will transition out of the TLP and live independently on their own. The HOST Team will provide 6 to 12 months of ongoing support and Case Management as needed.
Ready to take the next step toward personal growth & success?
Fill out an application and call 503.588.5825 to schedule an appointment with our Youth Engagement Specialist to get started!