Residential Step Down
Transitional housing is designed to support those who are on their way to regaining independence in their lives. This means that residents have completed a clinical intervention program and just need time to put their affairs in order. While transitional housing is only temporary, it is a crucially important step that allows people in recovery a chance to practice life skills before fully reentering society. By the end of a resident’s stay, he or she will procure steady employment, family and service support, and tools to stay healthy and independent. The Jelani Family Program is not clinical in nature and does not offer therapy or treatment. However, in addition to the housing component, case management plays a central role in the residential experience.