Since 2012 Mountain Crisis has offered a transitional Housing Program. The housing shelters victims/survivors of domestic violence and their children. Participants can participate in the program for up to two years while receiving case-management and developing a service plan concentrating on obtaining goals in self-sufficiency, increasing skills and/or income, and obtaining safe affordable permanent housing.
Participants attend individual counseling coupled with support groups on varying topics such as: life skills, domestic violence education, budgeting, drug and alcohol support, parenting, and co-dependency.
Program fees (rent) are 30% of monthly income. Participants that successfully complete the program will receive 20% of their program fees back which can be used toward permanent housing.
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