Transitional Housing Program

Through our our Transitional Housing Program, the Haynes Family of Programs provides young man, ages 18 to 24, who have emancipated from foster care with transitional housing for up to 24 months. In addition, we administer a wide range of supplemental services to help these youth, facing the very real specter of looming poverty and homelessness, to progress toward self-sufficiency. These services are:

Overall Services

  • Case management
  • Mentoring
  • Coronation with the Independent Living Program
  • Services to build and support relationships and community
  • Emancipation fund
  • Alumni services

Health & Mental Health

  • Mental health services/individual and group therapy
  • 24-hour crisis intervention and support


  • Food and necessity allowance
  • Apartment furnishings
  • System of payment for utilities, telephone, and rent
  • Post-program housing assistance

Jobs, Training, & Education

  • Job readiness training and support
  • Educational advocacy and support
  • Assistance in pursuing college or other post-high school training

Haynes’ Transitional Housing Services allow emancipated youth to fully experience the responsibilities and opportunities of adulthood: including accepting accountability for one’s actions, mastering daily life skills, and being a contributing community member – all within a safe and supportive environment.