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Transitional Housing
Progress Transitional Housing and its collaborative partners operates twelve supportive housing facilities in the City of Detroit and southeastern Michigan. Women and men live in separate houses. The houses are equipped with washers/dryers, cable, television, telephone, bed linens and all kitchen utensils. Residents are responsible for the operation of the house, including doing their own laundry, shopping for groceries, cooking meals and keeping their spaces clean with the exception of our residents who need assistance. The average length of stay is 6 to 24 months with an extension on an individual bases.

Supportive Services
Homelessness Prevention
Substance Abuse Counseling
Life Skills Training
Crisis Intervention
Coordinate Transportation
Self Help Groups
Case Management
Recreation


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​program delivery menu 
and goals.




Essential Services Provided
Sustainable change must address the root cause!
Progress Transitional Supportive Housing Program goal is to achieve an outcome of sustainable retainable permanent housing and recovery for those addicted, as a result of the transitional services we provide.  In order to achieve this goal our strategic plan's aim is to address the root causes of homelessness, addiction by developing a service delivery menu that will evoke empowered self sufficiency and change.
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Progress Transitional Nonprofit Housing Corporation
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 Juan Clark, Executive Director, at 313 350-2863.