This is where you can learn more about transitional housing, find help locating it for a loved one, and learn more about what to expect after they are released.
Finding transitional housing can be one of the most difficult challenges the person being released, their friends and/or family will face.
AT THIS TIME, HOPE PRISON MINISTRIES DOES NOT HELP INDIVIDUALS, COUPLES OR FAMILIES LOCATE PRIVATE HOUSING. WE HELP INDIVIDUALS RECENTLY RELEASED FROM PRISON FIND TRANSITIONAL HOUSING.
What is transitional housing? Simply put, it’s a place for someone to stay until they are able to obtain their own housing. This could range from a mat on a floor in a shelter, to a bed in a semi-private or private room. It could be a house owned by an individual who is willing to rent to convicted felons with or without other support to a structured program with rules and accountability with varying degrees of support. But transitional housing will almost always involve a group of unrelated people living together.
You have two choices:
- Spend hours trying to find suitable arrangements on your own
- Let Hope Prison Ministries help you find suitable arrangements for your loved one in two easy steps:
Why would you pay for what you can do yourself?
- You’ve already spent hours and can’t seem to find what you’re seeking.
- From its experience, Hope Prison Ministries has many resources already on file and knows who to call to find more.
- Your time is more valuable than what we are asking.
- You donation will help us help others
CLICK HERE to make a one-time donation to cover the costs of one or more of our services.
CLICK HERE to review the transitional housing options available.
CLICK HERE to review the services we offer.
CLICK HERE to complete the online application. It all starts here!
CLICK HERE to download the application for HOPE’s House in Fort Worth, Texas!