The Transition In Place Program (TIP) provides transitional housing services for homeless youth ages 18-22 and their minor dependents.

Haven House Transition in Place program makes every effort to provide support and housing to those 18 to 22 year olds who are homeless.  The purpose of the program is to teach young adults the skills necessary to become self-sufficient in the community.  Participants who are eligible for services are provided intensive support from case managers.  Transition In Place Program uses a Scattered Site model that empowers participants to make successful transitions into permanent, market-rate housing.  We utilize private rental agencies to provide the housing and utilize grant funding to lease units.  Housing subsidies can be provided for up to 12 months.  Each client will assist staff with developing an individualized service plan that best fits their needs.  Participants leaving the program are provided an aftercare plan that includes continued supportive services for at least six months and in some cases longer after discharge. The Transition in Place program works with young adults that range in age from 18 to 22 who are pregnant or parenting.

Referrals are accepted as self-referrals or from other collaborative partner agencies.  Haven House staff conducts an initial screening interview to determine the potential for eligibility and interest of the applicant.

For more information or to schedule an intake interview, contact TIP Case Manager at:

TIP Case Manager
Crisis & Homeless Services
Phone: 919.832.7866 Ext. 201
Fax: 919.828.8255