Housing Programs

Transitional and Permanent Supportive Housing

Housing

Beatitude House provides a caring environment where people find hope and achieve success rebuilding their lives.

 

Transitional Housing

 

Transitional Housing is available for homeless women and children in Ashtabula.

A woman’s length of stay is dependent on her needs and progress toward goals. To be eligible, a woman must be homeless according to HUD definition.

The women who participate in this program live in fully-furnished apartments. During their stay at Beatitude House, the women are offered weekly group and individual counseling sessions, where they can work on goal setting and self-esteem building. An onsite case manager assists with problems such as debt reduction and budgeting, health concerns, childcare, coordinating with children’s schools, helping with transportation, and navigating other social service agencies.

Transitional Housing helps women overcome the barriers that originally led to homelessness and prepares them to move into permanent housing.

Adults and Children Served 2016-2017

 

Permanent Supportive Housing

 

Permanent Supportive Housing is available for homeless individuals and families with disabilities, priority being given to women.

This program assists homeless families with obtaining permanent housing, subsidizes their housing costs, and then provides support services such as case management and life skills coaching to help them stabilize their housing situation.

Our permanent supportive housing program takes individuals and children that are literally homeless and gives them a home. Permanent Supportive Housing has no time limits for how long the resident can stay in the program, therefore, allowing more foundational changes to be adopted.

Adults and Children Served 2016-2017