Moving from shelter living to community living can be challenging on many fronts. It is not as easy as simply leaving a shelter one day and moving into better accommodations the next day.
Supportive housing provides a profound opportunity for men and women who have experienced homelessness to feel a sense of independence that allows them to begin to focus on other aspects of their life.
We operate a community-based supportive housing program that allows us to help men and women move from Metro Turning Point or Barry House into a community-based apartment.
When a man or woman leaves a shelter for an apartment, that is the end of homelessness.