Transitional Housing Program (THP)

CVI serves homeless Veterans and Veterans at risk of becoming homeless.

On any given night, CVI houses, feeds, and provides reintegration services to more than 300 veterans. Success is achieved when a veteran has a source of income, physical, mental, and spiritual health, as well as a place to call their own.

Without a safe environment with supportive housing and services, many veterans could not break the cycle of homelessness and move on to jobs and permanent housing.

The Bureau of Transitional Housing Programs and Services offers transitional housing for homeless male and female veterans with wrap-around supportive services designed to assist veterans reintegrating into the community.

THP Eligibility

To be eligible for the Transitional Housing Program (THP), Veterans must be homeless at the time of applying. They may be present at Vets Place Central for evaluation.

  • SRO Permanent Housing Eligibility Criteria – VPC, SRO, Vets Place North.
  • Have a disability or be 55 years and older.
  • Have at least 90 days of documented clean time.
  • Must be willing to stay alcohol and drug free.
  • Stable Income.

On any given night, CVI houses, feeds, and provides reintegration services to more than 300 veterans. Success is achieved when a veteran has a source of income, physical, mental, and spiritual health, as well as a place to call their own.

Without a safe environment with supportive housing and services, many veterans could not break the cycle of homelessness and move on to jobs and permanent housing.

The Bureau of Transitional Housing Programs and Services offers transitional housing for homeless male and female veterans with wrap-around supportive services designed to assist veterans reintegrating into the community.

THP Eligibility

To be eligible for the Transitional Housing Program (THP), Veterans must be homeless at the time of applying. They may be present at Vets Place Central for evaluation.

  • SRO Permanent Housing Eligibility Criteria – VPC, SRO, Vets Place North.
  • Have a disability or be 55 years and older.
  • Have at least 90 days of documented clean time.
  • Must be willing to stay alcohol and drug free.
  • Stable Income.

CVI Services Provided

  • Case Management
  • Education, Training, and Employment (ETE) services
  • Addiction Therapy
  • Counseling
  • Life Skills Training
  • Access to VA Medical, Mental Healthcare, AODA services and other community resources.
  • Veterans benefits and entitlement counseling.
  • Three hot meals per day.
  • Transportation
  • Volunteer Program – Veterans United for Community Service (VUCS)
  • Self-esteem and motivation classes.
  • Clothing Room
  • Computer Lab

Transitional Housing 2020 Performance Outcomes

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Veterans housed
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Veterans exited to permanent housing

Transition in Place

(TIP)

The Transition in Place (TIP) Program is a time-limited transitional housing assistance where the Veteran takes over the lease as their permanent housing (scattered sites) within 6-12 months.

TIP is a housing model that serves AODA free homeless Veterans and homeless Veterans with children. Veteran (and their families) participants can move into one or two-bedroom units that CVI will lease and eventually transition leases to the Veteran participants.

The TIP model focuses on wraparound services to include supportive services and income attainment. Veteran participants will be required to pay a monthly program fee, which is around 30% of their household income.

TIP Eligibility

To be eligible for the Transition In Place (TIP) Program, Veterans must be homeless at the time of applying. They may be present at Vets Place Central for evaluation.

The Transition in Place (TIP) Program is a time-limited transitional housing assistance where the Veteran takes over the lease as their permanent housing (scattered sites) within 6-12 months.

TIP is a housing model that serves AODA free homeless Veterans and homeless Veterans with children. Veteran (and their families) participants can move into one or two-bedroom units that CVI will lease and eventually transition leases to the Veteran participants.

The TIP model focuses on wraparound services to include supportive services and income attainment. Veteran participants will be required to pay a monthly program fee, which is around 30% of their household income.

TIP Eligibility

To be eligible for the Transition In Place (TIP) Program, Veterans must be homeless at the time of applying. They may be present at Vets Place Central for evaluation.

How to Apply

For Transitional Housing Services

Veterans can come to VETS Place Central or any of the transitional housing sites on a Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday 7 a.m. – 10 a.m. by 10 a.m. to complete an intake packet and be screened for eligibility.

Case Managers/Social Workers can pre-screen veterans via phone by calling the Intake Case Manager at (414) 345-5000.

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