Transitional Housing Program
Bill Wilson Center's Transitional Housing Program provides comprehensive services for homeless youth ages 18-24, including young single parents and their children. Young people live in shared, supervised apartments or houses throughout the County while they receive counseling, independent living skills training, parenting classes and employment services. The goal of the 12-18 month long program is to help youth become self-sufficient adults with strong connections to the community. Like all Bill Wilson Center programs, the emphasis of this program is on self-direction and self-determination.