Carriage House- Adult Transitional Housing
Are you an Adult in Need of Transitional Housing?
Our Carriage House offers a safe, sober, and shared transitional housing for individual men who are experiencing long-term homelessness. At our Carriage House, tenants will be able to establish positive rental history while receiving help in finding permanent, affordable housing. We also offer additional supportive services like help with budgeting and money management, support groups, and life skill development.
Safe, sober, and shared transitional housing for individual men experiencing long-term homelessness.
One-on-one case management, with connections to counseling programs, life skills development, support groups, financial coaching, and housing search and placement support.
The opportunity to establish current and positive rental history with support from your case manager. Initial lease term for up to six months.
You may qualify for this program if you are:
- An individual male who has primarily been sleeping outside, in your vehicle, in an RV/camper, or in a shelter in Gallatin, Park, or Meagher County
- Have sporadic or less than perfect rental history
You may begin the application process for all of HRDC non-emergency homeless services by meeting with a Services Navigator at either HRDC location, contacting us by phone, or completing HRDC’s Request Support Form. Services Navigators are available on a first come first serve basis anytime our offices are open.
Security deposits are waived and rent is based on 30% of your income.
Carriage House is safe and sober transitional housing for individual men experiencing homelessness. You and your housing counselor will speak candidly regarding your current plans for recovery so they can support you on your journey.
Due to limited capacity, you may be placed on a waiting list.