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February 21, 2024

Transitional Housing Program

 
 
 
 
 
 
The Transitional House is owned by Community Women Against Hardship. This two-family flat has a first and second floor and is located adjacent to our West Belle Place location.
 
The first-floor apartment includes 2 bedrooms, 1 full bath, carpet and hardwood floors, central air conditioning, thermal windows, and a washer/dryer in the basement. Utilities are paid for by the tenant. Pets are not allowed. Maximum occupancy is 4 tenants in this 2-bedroom apartment. The rental rate is determined by CWAH but is under the market rate.
 
The second-floor apartment includes 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, carpet and hardwood floors, central air conditioning, thermal windows, and a washer/dryer in the unit. Utilities are paid for by the tenant. Pets are not allowed. Maximum occupancy is 5 tenants in this 4-bedroom apartment. The rental rate is determined by CWAH but is under the market rate.
 
The Transitional Housing Program is designed to assist parents in learning how to become responsible homeowners. CWAH offers a rental apartment below market rate for a maximum of 2 years to low- to moderate-income families who want to transition from renting an apartment to owning their own home. Tenants will establish a savings account and attend home ownership workshops to better prepare and educate themselves for responsible home ownership.
 
Both units have an alarm system, a tenant back yard, and owner CWAH pays for water and sewer.
 
 
We currently have no openings for this program.