Transitional Living Program
TLP Main House
Youth coming from street outreach or other referral sources will be screened for readiness to engage and offered entry through the TLP Main House. The TLP program here is designed as a “Shared Housing” model. 2 single bedrooms and 2 shared bedrooms and shared bathrooms, living are and kitchen. The TLP Main House is designed to help youth acclimate to independent living and shared responsibilities associated with increased independence. Youth work through independent living challenges and either move into trailers to a higher independence or exit to scattered site housing with independent means to do so.
(6-12 month residence)
The TLP Main House offers weekly case management, life coach, work skills development, education and healthcare.
TLP Modulars (3 bedroom units)
Youth continue to work on independent living skills and earn their savings matches to move out into the community where they will establish permanent housing on their own using their own income.
(12 – 18 month residence)
The TLP Modular’s offer bi-monthly case management, life coach, vocational training, education and healthcare.
If you are interested in helping Northwest
Human Services and the Transitional Living Program expand services
to more runaway and homeless youth, please see our "How
You Can Help" page.