- Early Childhood & Family Support
- Homelessness Youth Continuum
- Intervention & Treatment
- Seniors & Adults with Disabilities
- Camp Spaulding
Transitional Living - Parenting Program
Region Housing available in Manchester and Littleton with youth accepted from the entire state. Eligibility Homeless youth and those at imminent risk, ages 18-21 (upon entry), who are pregnant or parenting (must have at least 50% of custody of child.) Fee Transitional Living Parenting Program residents contribute 30% of their income towards rent. Contact Manchester, Littleton
The Transitional Living Parenting Program is a safe, time-limited supportive housing program that helps young parents to improve their lives (work, continue education), while raising a family.
The Transitional Living Parenting Program helps homeless and street youth and those at imminent risk, who are pregnant or parenting, to increase safety, well-being, permanent connections, and self-sufficiency, and ensure that their child gets off to a good start in life.
TLPP residents are each provided an apartment, access to educational, vocational, and community resources, and learn parenting and independent living skills such as household management, while they move toward independence.
Residents meet weekly with a TLP care coordinator to work on reaching their goals. A focus is placed on positive parenting, education, and employment. Intensive case management is provided in a strengths-based, youth-centered manner that will build the residents’ ability to be good parents and contributing members of the community. Residents and their children 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
On the evening of March 20, hundreds of brave souls will spend a night out in the cold to raise awareness and funds to aid homeless youth and prevent homelessness in NH.