- The Family Support Warm Line
- Early Childhood & Family Support
- Homelessness Youth Continuum
- Intervention & Treatment
- Older Americans & Adults with Disabilities
Region TLP houses are in Concord, Dover, and Manchester. Youth are accepted from the entire state. Eligibility Homeless Youth, youth exiting foster care, and those at imminent risk ages 18-21 (upon entry). Fee Transitional Living Program residents contribute 30% of their income towards rent. Contact TLP Intake
Form(s) Tlp Referral Form Waypoint
The Transitional Living Program is a safe, time-limited, supportive housing program for young people, ages 18-21 (upon entry), who are experiencing homelessness, or who are at imminent risk. The program provides supportive services to help young people toward self-sufficient, independent living.
TLP residents are required to maintain employment, finish high school education or equivalent, contribute a portion of income to rent, and a percentage to savings, and meet weekly with a TLP care coordinator to work on reaching their goals.
In addition to safe housing, residents have access to educational, vocational and community resources and independent living skill building, and benefit from the guidance and support of our staff, while they move toward independence.
Intensive case management is provided in a strengths-based, youth-centered manner that will build residents’ ability to live independently and become contributing members of the community.
Residents may remain in TLP for 12-18 months.
Services are voluntary and follow Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: meeting basic needs first, and then developing the participant’s vision of stability and goals to attain it.
Meet Our Team
Erin Kelly Director MA, LCMHC
Mandy Lancaster Program Manager for RYP/SOP/TLP
Administration for Children and Families – Family and Youth Services Bureau