Our Programs

Transitional Housing Program

Our Transitional Housing Program is up to twenty-four months in duration. We offer each resident the opportunity to address issues such as addiction, sexual, physical and emotional abuse, lack of education and poor health care, while teaching her the life skills needed for independent living. We believe in working with the individual as a whole and addressing all needs necessary to maintain sobriety and to stay on track mentally.

Permanent Supportive Housing Program

A permanent and safe home is critical to the physical and mental well-being of a person dealing with a substance abuse problem and a mental illness. Recognizing housing as a fundamental right and key component of living with dignity, Homeless to a Home works to provide women with a safe, permanent home to help them become functional members of society. Homeless to a Home with Children allows women to bring their children with them as they work toward restoring their life.      

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Transitional Housing Program



We specialize in treating the entire individual.  Each client receives treatment based on their individualized treatment plan.  A great number of our clients have had prior treatment for their addiction but that treatment did not include the extensive supportive services provided by us to prevent relapse and chronic homelessness. We offer a “one-stop” treatment facility which gives clients all the tools necessary to go from being homeless and addicted to being sober and living independently. We provide the supportive services consistent with being held accountable for your actions and changing behavior to produce better results in the future. Those changed behaviors result in being employed, being housed and off the street and Life-Long sobriety to stop the patterns of bad behavior that are associated with addiction. 


  • Homeless women over the age of 18
  • Substance Abuse and / or Mental illness (Specialize in Co-occurring Disorders)


Supportive Services: are provided to clients and are comprehensive and appropriate to the need of the individual client. An individualized Treatment Plan is developed and becomes a working document during the clients stay.  Listed below are some of the services we provide: 

  • Case Management... Including individual therapy and individualized treatment planning
  •  GED Instruction
  • Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Addiction Education
  • Mental Health Care
  • Job Training
  • Life Skills Development
  • Budgeting Classes
  • Health Education  Group 
  • Counseling
  • Nutrition Education
  • Parenting Classes
  • Big Book and Step Study Classes
  • Medical Care Assessments
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Relationship Building and Recovery
  • Follow-Up Assistance
  • Transportation

Phased Approach to Treatment

The House of T.I.M.E. Transitional Housing Program consists of Four phases and an Alumni Program.  We credit much of our success to our phased approach to treatment.

Permanent Supportive Housing



The Homeless to a Home program provides Permanent Supportive Housing for dually diagnosed (mental illness and substance abuse disability) homeless women at risk of experiencing multiple barriers in maintaining sobriety, employment and housing stability. The client has no time limit on stay and has access to a flexible array of comprehensive services, including medical, mental health, substance abuse management and recovery, vocational and employment training, money management, case management, life skills, transportation and household establishment. The main goals are remaining permanently housed, maintaining sobriety, and working with the client’s disability to achieve the fullest quality of life possible.  The House of T.I.M.E. was founded on the philosophy that one must “earn” what they receive. In continuing our philosophy, this program incorporated many guidelines that are “up and above” any of our funding requirements. All our clients are expected to “help themselves” as much their disabilities will allow. Most of the clients are working, but if they are unable to secure or maintain employment, they are required to volunteer in some capacity. A client sitting at home being idle is not an option for continued stay in this program.   Clients live independently in apartments within the community. The client's Individualized Treatment and Permanent Housing Plan is developed during client intake and services needed by the client is accessed and secured within the first 30 days and in most cases within the first five days. Community networking and knowledge sharing is vital to the success of the client and is achieved by consistent effort of the residential manager and case manager of record. Client's progress is discussed weekly in a treatment team environment that includes dedicated staff members, Medical Director and a Licensed Counselor. This program is designed to help one of the most disadvantaged populations; women with substance abuse issues, a mental illness and homelessness. This population and sub-populations are very difficult to serve, but by using our methodology of treatment and working with each client individually, we have been very successful in providing the necessary services to help each client regain their lives, gain meaningful employment, secure stable and permanent housing and achieve individually set goals.      


  • Homeless Women over the age of 18
  • May be accompanied by children
  • Must have a disabling condition (Specialize in Co-occurring disorders)


Supportive Services: are provided to clients and are comprehensive and appropriate to the need of the individual client. An individualized Permanent Housing and Treatment Plan is developed and becomes a working document during the clients stay.  Listed below are some of the services we provide: 

  • Alcohol and Drug Services are those activities that are primarily designed to prevent, deter, reduce and eliminate substance abuse or addictive behaviors.  
  • Case Management Services are services or activities for the arrangement, coordination, monitoring, and delivery of services to meet the needs of each client.  
  • Education and Instructional Services are those training services provided to improve knowledge, daily living skills, or social skills. Services may include instruction or training in (but not limited to) such issues as consumer education, health education, education to prevent substance abuse, community protection and safety and General Educational Development (GED).
  • Employment Services are those services or activities provided to assist individual in securing employment; acquiring or learning skills that promote opportunities for employment, advancement, and increased earning potential; and in retaining a job.  
  • Health Related Services designed to assist individuals to attain and maintain a favorable condition of health. 
  • Information and Referral Services are those services or activities designed to provide information about services provided by public and private service providers and a brief assessment of client needs  to facilitate appropriate referral to these community resources.  
  • Life Skills training provides critical life management skills that may never have been learned or have been lost during the course of mental illness, substance use, and Homelessness. They are targeted to assist the individual to function independently in the community. Component life skills training includes the budgeting of resources and money management, household management, conflict management, shopping for food and needed items, nutrition, the use of public transportation, and parent training.  
  • Mental Health and Counseling Services are those services and activities that apply therapeutic processes to personal, family, situational, or occupational problems in order to bring about a positive resolution of the problem or improved individual functioning or circumstances.   
  • Transportation Services are those services or activities that provide and arrange for the travel, including travel costs, of individuals in order to access treatment, medical care, services, or employment.

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