Transitional Living Program
The Transitional Living Program, or TLP, is a component of the HOST Youth and Family Program, and is designed for youth ages 16 through 21 who are unable to reunite with family, and for whom no other structured living environment exists.
TLP is a long-term self-sufficiency program designed to assist older adolescents and young adults to live independently. Clients reside in the TLP housing units adjacent to the HOST shelter from three to 18 months depending on their circumstances and need. While a client of TLP, they have access to educational resources, individual and group counseling, life skills training, and interpersonal skills building activities.
Although youth in this program sometimes transition directly from the shelter environment, they may also access this program directly.
To talk to someone about TLP, contact the HOST shelter at (503) 588-5825.