TheTBRA (Tenant Based Rent Assistance) program is a transitional housing program that assist homeless families achieve self-sufficiency. Families pay a percentage of their rent while families set life goals while participating in case management with a social worker and working to achieve goals. The main goals of the program are to secure permanent, affordable housing and family stabilization. Availability is based on qualifying criteria and budget constraints.
Transitional housing provides rental assistance and housing services for low-income, families including elderly, disabled and handicapped households.
While in transitional housing programs, participants receive ongoing assistance with a broad range of needs. For many local citizens, transitional housing bridges the gap between homelessness and self-sufficiency.
• One or two-parent households with dependent children under age 18.
• Applicants must be homeless, low-income and working or attending school
The goal of the program is to assist families in achieving self-sufficiency and to secure permanent affordable housing and family stabilization. While in transitional housing, participants receive ongoing case management. For many, transitional housing bridges the gap between homelessness and self-sufficiency.
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