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Transitional Housing

Transitional Housing helps individuals move from homelessness and addiction to a stable living environment. MTKO currently has two Transitions Houses - one for men and one for women. Our Transition Houses include a 5 bed men's house, a 6 bed women's house, and a 7 bed men's house. There are 6 beds available for Community Corrections ReEntry participants. To be eligible for Transitional Housing, participants must be experiencing homelessness and have a substance use diagnosis.

Intensive case management and substance abuse counseling focused on relapse prevention work in tandem to assist residents in maintaining sobriety, accessing services, securing employment, and becoming productive members of the community.

Participants engage in weekly counseling/case management sessions. Our goals include maintaining abstinence from substances, working a program of recovery, gaining employment, saving money, working on cleaning up the wreckage of their past and transitioning to independent permanent housing.

Minimum stay is 6 months, while maximum stay is 2 years depending on the individual's circumstances. Participants are required to pay a $20.00 monthly program fee and volunteer at Matt Talbot. 

Click here to download the application and house rules.

We are here to support individuals on their journey to self reliance and independence.

Interested? Please contact Clarence Grendhal, LADC, Substance Use Program Coordinator, at 402-817-0614.