Transitional Living Supports


Investments focus on case management and supportive services for individuals and families to help identify and access options for permanent housing.


  • Eagle Heights Transitional Living Program

    The purpose of NUIHC’s Eagle Heights Transitional Housing Program is to help transition American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) adults from homelessness and addiction to a stable living environment. Eagle Heights is a non-medical, residential, intensive treatment program designed to facilitate rehabilitation by placing our clients in a highly-structured, therapeutic setting.   

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  • Housing Transition Support

    This program provides housing transition support for emergency shelter residents transitioning from homelessness to permanent housing. Supportive services are a vital piece of empowering individuals and families at Stephen Center toward self-sufficiency and self-care. The Housing Transition Support case manager utilizes the VI-SPDAT (Vulnerability Index & Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool), an individualized assessment that helps identify the most appropriate housing and support interventions. In addition to housing assessment, clients receive life skills training related to budgeting plus landlord/tenant relationship training via the RentWise program.   

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  • The Salvation Army Transitional Housing Programs

    37th Street Readiness Program and THRU are transitional housing programs that provide individuals 19 years of age and above and families- -who are at risk of becoming homeless or a have a history of chronic homelessness in the Omaha and Council Bluffs metropolitan area with temporary housing for six to twelve months until permanent housing in the community can be secured.

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  • Transitional and Independent Living

    Jacobs’ Place Transitional Living and Branching Out Independent Living Programs provide services to young adults facing the challenges of transitioning from dependent living toward living independent lives. Both programs serve at-risk populations who have limited or no access to housing, safety or other basic needs and who face other barriers to academic success, employability or self-sufficiency. The objective of both programs is to take youth out of the cycle of poverty and give them the support they want and need to achieve independence.

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