Transitional Living Program
The Transitional Living Program (TLP) assists homeless youth and young adults in Brown County with learning the skills necessary to become self-sufficient and live independently. Case Managers work one-on-one with participants to develop an individualized transition plan to help them find safe and stable housing, employment, and other goals toward living successfully on their own. The Transitional Living Program provides assistance with:
Finding safe living arrangements
Life skills and employability skills training
Exploration of educational, vocational and post-secondary opportunities
Interpersonal skill building, goal setting and conflict resolution
Referrals for physical and/or mental health treatment
Substance abuse prevention and referrals for treatment
Each program area has unique criteria for eligibility and services offered may vary. Restrictions may apply for eligibility.
Youth Transitional Living Program (TLP): Assists youth, ages 17-21, who do not have a safe or stable living arrangement. Funding is provided by the Federal Family and Youth Services Bureau.
Supportive Housing Grant (TLP): Serves homeless young adults, ages 18-29, who are struggling with addiction issues. Funding is provided by the Supportive Housing Grant from the Housing & Urban Development division of the Federal Government.
For more information, contact Annie Meidl, Case Manager, at 920-438-1616 ext. 2107 or Meika Burnikel, Program Director, at 920-436-4360 ext. 1267.