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Transitional Housing

We are currently accepting applications for both Transitional Housing and 90-Day Housing

Transitional Programs: The Salvation Army provides temporary housing for families needing help to transition from homelessness into independent living. The program provides basic needs and services to families that are caught in the cycle of homelessness and are willing to commit to improving their lifestyle. Casa de Las Palmas and our Phase II Program offers residential care for a time period not to exceed 24 months to families willing to work toward a goal of self-sufficiency. Our goal is for families to secure permanent housing and to become independent and self-sufficient members of our community.

90-Day Program: The Salvation Army Frederiksen House currently provides shelter for homeless families for up to 90 days in the program facility. The goal of this program is to provide stability to the family while giving them the opportunity to secure employment and savings that will assist in establishing permanent housing. Clients also receive assistance with resumes, job searches, budgeting, and housing. In addition, the program provides ongoing case management and support in areas such as financial management, job skills, parenting skills and childcare referrals.

Dear Prospective Applicant,

Thank you for your interest in The Salvation Army's Housing Programs. All applicants wishing to be considered must first meet the eligibility guidelines listed below:

  • Must be homeless or at risk of becoming homeless within the meaning of HUD regulations, e.g., due to eviction, foreclosure, loss of employment, domestic violence, or divorce, and must be able to provide proof of circumstances.
  • Must meet HUD low-income guidelines.
  • Must be a legal resident of the United States.
  • Must be 18 years of age or older.
  • A criminal background check will be conducted.  Anyone convicted of a felony, violent offense or sexual offense will not be accepted into the program.
  • Unless unable due to protected disability, must be able to actively look for and secure employment in the first 30 days of the Emergency Housing program. Transitional Housing Program Applicants must be working a minimum of 32 hours per week for at least 30 days prior to entering the program, unless unable due to a protected disability.
  • Must be pregnant or have children under the age of 18 currently living with them and have at minimum 50% shared legal/physical custody of children in care and be able to provide proof.
  • Children must be enrolled in and attending school. Homeschooling will not be accepted.
  • Must be free of all alcohol and drugs for at least 12 months and be able to provide proof of sobriety and/or recovery program.
  • Both single parents and couples with children are eligible.
  • If attending school in addition to working 32 hours, must provide a copy of school schedule.
  • Must be willing to adhere to all program guidelines and to work closely with a case manager towards self-sufficiency. Must be highly self-motivated.

For more information call Yesenia Lopez-Rubio at (831) 899-1071 for an initial phone screening or email Yesenia.Lopez-Rubio@usw.salvationarmy.org. -- Applications are only available after an initial screening is completed.

After review, applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview. Only applicants who complete both the application packet and the interview will be placed on the wait list.

All questions must be directed to Yesenia Lopez-Rubio by phone or email. Thank you!