We offer two stages of housing that provide Participants, and their children, with a safe place to live and the opportunity to implement the tools and life skills they learn in SAS programs.
SAS Front-line houses are where women live when they first enter the SAS EXIT Life-Skills Program. It’s a place where they can stabilize their recovery and learn positive lifestyle skills in a safe, non-judgmental environment. Each house accommodates three women as well as a Live-In Volunteer. The Live-In Volunteer models the attitudes and life skills taught in the EXIT Program. Each Participant has their own room and stays until completion of their individual program, which is usually between 6 and 12 months.
SAS Transitional Apartments are made available to Participants near completion of their EXIT Life-Skills Program, or to program graduates who are employed or completing education. The apartments provide more independent living in a safe, supported community environment, where a Live-In Volunteer who acts as the Apartment Manager is available. The volunteer supports tenants in applying skills that are required when they transition into community housing.