Our Program

The TARP will provide free shelter and targeted support services to homeless males and females upon their release from jail or prison. Through case management services and mentorship, these individuals will find jobs, maintain sobriety, transition to stable housing, and become responsible, self-sustaining citizens of our community.  We will also provide life skills training covering the following topics:

  • Anger Management
  • Attitude
  • Communications Skills
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Decision Making/Problem Solving Skills
  • Embracing Change
  • Finance and Budgeting
  • Fitness and Health
  • Goal Setting
  • Personal Hygiene and Grooming
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Setting Personal Boundaries
  • Toxic Relationships

Returning citizens accepted into our Residential Program will be housed up to 90 days in our male or female residential facility. Residential clients will work with their case manager to create an indiĀ­vidualize program plan used to identify their goals and track success. Their goals will include the following:

  • Obtain ID card
  • Secure employment
  • Attend life skill sessions
  • Participate in community service
  • Participate in 12-step program (when applicable)
  • Follow rules and procedures of the TARP

Male and female returning citizens who do not qualify for our Residential Program may still receive referral services to aid them in meeting their employment, education, sobriety, and self-sufficiency goals.