Transitional Housing

At The Lieutenant’s House, transitional housing is provided as part of the comprehensive services offered by David & Ivory Ministries. The organization offers a residential program that serves individuals who are experiencing homelessness, probationers, and parolees. The transitional housing program aims to provide a supportive environment and resources for individuals who are being released from prison or jail and do not have a place to go. The goal is to facilitate successful reentry by providing a stable and supportive environment for individuals transitioning back into society. By addressing both housing and other related needs, the program aims to help clients rebuild their lives, access necessary resources, and establish a foundation for long-term stability.

The program ranges in duration from six months to one year. During their stay, individuals benefit from a range of support services that include: drug/alcohol treatment, job readiness and placement, direct employment, food and clothing, and access to healthcare.

In preparation for living an independent life, each client will attend sessions such as, but not limited to:

  • Chemical Dependency Education
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Anger Management
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Health & Wellness
  • Job Readiness
  • Credit Repair
  • Budget & Saving

The senior clients that are in transitional housing become mentors and role models for the clients that are in their early stages of recovery.