Progress Transitional Nonprofit Housing Corporation is a non-profit 501(c) (3) tax exempt organization which was established in 2007, as Progress Transitional House, Inc., by Juan Clark, Executive Director/Founder, and his supportive housing partner who was called home to be with the Lord. This organizations original mission, as it is today is to address the increased housing and supportive service needs of men, and women in the urban city of Detroit, and surrounding areas of Michigan experiencing homelessness, domestic violence, reentry, substance abuse, or mental illness.
In 2010, Progress Transitional Nonprofit Housing Corporation set a three year strategic plan to increase our service delivery system to develop affordable housing to assist in ending homelessness in Detroit and Michigan. With the help of volunteers, we provide safe supportive transitional and permanent housing, to homeless individuals throughout the Metropolitan Detroit area. We also provide these individuals with transportation, counseling, and referral assistance to various human service organizations, in an effort to increase their ability to gain permanent housing. We want our clients to feel empowered to establish change in their life.
Progress Transitional Housing enters into an agreement with our residents; that states, if they are willing to do the work necessary to achieve self-sufficiency, we will provide the housing and supportive services to empower them to achieve progress in their transition.
Progress Transitional Nonprofit Housing Corporation
EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY
Welcome to Our Supportive Housing Program!
Helping individuals who are experiencing homelessness, domestic violence, reentry, substance abuse, or mental illness in the City of Detroit by providing safe affordable housing and effective supportive services as they transition from homelessness to permanent housing, recovery and self-sufficiency.
Woman in Progress is a new program developed in a collaborative partnership with Matrix Human Services of Detroit. This program will provide transitional housing and supportive services to single women and women with children who are homeless recovering from substances abuse or domestic violence and in need of assistance with their transition back to the community on their re-entry.
Individuals in this program will receive the following supportive services; a safe, clean, structured, supportive recovery-environment with rooms and meals, goal planning, monitoring of their financials, educational, and social goals case management and coordination / referrals, advocacy in the attainment of permanent housing.
If you are in need of this service or would like more information on this program please contact Ms.Tasha Montgomery, Program Coordinator, at 313 647-4559 or 313 926-7599.
Ways To Give
Help the homelesss by becoming a (Dove of Hope: Change Agent for the Homeless).