Transitional Housing Program
The transitional housing program provides qualifying individuals and families with six months of transitional housing at
minimal cost. The goal of the transitional housing program is to create long-term housing opportunities for individuals and
families through continued educational and qualification requirements. When successful, individuals and families
participating in the program, have the opportunity to become regular tenants of the housing community. The transitional
housing program may also provide assistance on a case-by-case basis with furnishings, personal effects and food once an
individual and/or family qualifies to enter the program.
To accommodate the overwhelming need, HopeLift interviews families referred by the Council for the Homeless and other
community agencies. Should you know of someone in need, please have their case manager contact the Council for the
Homeless to arrange an interview for potential program participants.
Council for the Homeless
2500 Main Street
Vancouver, WA 98660