EMK Transitional Living, shelter and supportive housing and hunger programs work with families and individuals to overcome the barriers of some of our nation's most serious social problems. The stability of transitional housing helps residents make the life changes necessary to become independent, productive members of society.
Each adult family member sets specific goals with their case manager and is required to either; go to school, work, receive SSI or TANF.
*Job search/Job Development
*Referrals to permanent supportive housing
*Mobile medical services (coming soon)
*Counseling and Case Management
*Life Skills Workshops
Residents are required to participate in 3 hours of scheduled programs of choice each week. Community service or voluntary hours may be substituted if they are not working or in school.