Tri-County Services

Transitional Housing

Transitional housing is temporary housing intended to get homeless individuals and families off the streets and into a safe living environment. Transitional housing is often offered as part of a wider transitional program.

Tri-County offers two transitional housing programs, PATH and TBRA.
 

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PATH

The Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) grant funds community based outreach, mental health and substance abuse referral / treatment, case management and other support services, as well as a limited set of housing services to persons who have a serious mental illnesses or co-occurring substance use disorders and are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless.

PATH can provide one-time rental assistance to clients in order to secure safe and appropriate housing. In order to qualify for financial assistance, the client must have the means to pay their monthly living expenses going forward. So, the client must show proof of income before receiving any financial assistance from PATH.


Who is eligible?


An individual must be:
  • New to services and homeless at the time that they present for treatment.
  • Clients who are already enrolled in services are not eligible for this program.

Clients can be served for a maximum of 6 months in the PATH Program. Once the client is engaged in treatment and housing is stabilized, he/she is transitioned to traditional Tri-County services.

PATH Contact: PATH Team Leader at 936.521.6349