Transitional Housing Shelter

I never want to go back to where I was and I never want to lose everything I’ve worked so hard for since arriving at Hope House. 

Tasha, Transitional Housing Shelter Client

Tasha's Story

In 2013, I was fresh out of the prison system with no job and no housing. I wasn’t sure what I was going to do or where I was going to go after the past three years. I was able to stay with a friend for a few days while I looked for a job. However, it wasn’t long after leaving prison that I became pregnant with my now three-year-old son. I was scared and unsure of how I was going to take care of him. I knew I could not truly handle a new baby while living the life I was at that time. 

Read the rest of Tasha’s story.

Transitional Housing Shelter

Provides a safe and secure place for women and their children to stay while they get back on their feet through:
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Education, economic, and employment assistance

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Housing, transportation, and relocation assistance

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Legal, medical, dental, and mental health system referrals and information

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Life skills training, child care, and support groups

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Transitional Housing Shelter

You don't have to stay in an unsafe or unstable situation.