The primary purpose of transitional housing is to help the shelter’s clients become productive members of society with valid rent histories.
Our transitional homes provide a drug-free environment and foster a peer-driven atmosphere. They offer clients a two-year transition period.
One of the homes is reserved for military veterans.
St. Benedict’s operates four transitional homes for men who are working toward independence. In total, the homes provide up to 26 beds.
House rules require monitored random drug screenings.
Clients establish credible rent histories while paying a low-cost rent. The program allows them to overcome financial barriers, save money, obtain vehicles, focus on sobriety, return to school, overcome legal situations, and learn accountability and responsibility.