We exist to provide development and rapid re-housing for vulnerable men.
We offer a hand up, not a hand out. We believe that just giving people the basic items needed for survival doesn't address the underlying social problems.
Why Transitional Housing?
Transitional housing is a stepping stone for people who are in between homelessness and permanent housing. Aligning with our philosophy of "offering a hand up, not a handout," our members pay low monthly dues while we work to educate and train them to be successful and independent. Although the goal is to one day help our members receive permanent housing, we don't put an expiration date on their stay — we realize the timeline for development is different for everyone!
At Exodus Place, we provide a hand up to men in need through essential services like:
Members can live in either a single (personal) or double (shared) room. They can stay as long as they need and as long as they follow our program policies.
Each member is required to be a part of the food program, and bridge cards can be used to pay for this. This program provides three hot meals per day and bagged meals if the member won't be around during dining hours. See our kitchen in action here!
Our education program focuses on workplace skills and development. We are able to offer GED programs through our partners.
We have a robust medical department which includes medication management, behavioral health support, and more. See how our medical team assists our members here.
Our case managers help our members to access community resources and work with them on the logistics of their self-development. See how our case managers provide care & compassion here.
We have multiple chaplains on staff to walk alongside our men on their spiritual journeys. You can watch our Daily Devotions broadcasts live at 10AM every weekday on our Facebook page.
Still have questions? Check out our FAQ!