Encouraging healthy living, Hope House Transitional Housing helps people move toward self-sufficiency and successful independent living.

Hope House Transitional Housing provides housing and on-site access to services. Each tenant is given the chance to develop and work on personal independent living goals in a positive, safe, and supportive place.

What is Transitional Housing?

Transitional housing is one of many options for people who are homeless. It is important to talk with your Case Manager or other support staff to see if it is the best option for you. Hope House Transitional Housing offers both wrap around services and integrated health care (medical and mental health) to help you develop stability in your life as you prepare for independent housing. Transitional housing is short-term, up to 24 months, and works to help you overcome barriers to successful, permanent housing in the community.

Features

  • No Deposit
  • Low Rates
  • Applicable Vouchers Accepted
  • Private Room
  • Shared Common Area with TV
  • Community Kitchenette
  • Meals Included
  • On Site Laundry
  • Free Local Calls Telephone
  • On Bus Route
  • Near Hannaford
  • Case Management
  • Integrated Health Care
  • Psychiatric Services
  • Medication Management
  • Substance Use Services
  • AA Meetings

How can I apply?

Applying is simple! Fax a complete application and release of information to 207-217-6721, Attention: Transitional Housing Coordinator. You or your Case Manager can download an application directly from our website: http://pchc.com/hope-house-services/. If you do not have a Case Manager, please contact the Housing Coordinator at 207-217-6713, ext. 1487 and we will help you start the process. There is sometimes a wait list for rooms, so please complete an application as soon as you decide that transitional housing is best for you.