Transition House conducts ongoing programs for homeless children who are living at our family emergency shelter, or past clients depending on need.
The programs serve approximately 250 children per year, and include a free licensed infant daycare, evening homework help and tutoring, Technology and Literacy for Children (TLC), our teen program, and full scholarships for summer camp. All programs, except infant care, take place at the emergency shelter in a space reserved specifically for children’s programs. The space includes a children’s library and computer room, as well as an area for the children to read stories and participate in arts and crafts activities. The infant care center is located in its own building next to Transition House’s administrative offices, which are near the shelter.
Transition House has partnered with Storyteller Children’s Center to offer free or subsidized Infant Care to Transition House families.