UCM manages two transitional housing programs that serve families fleeing domestic violence: Community Housing Resource Program (CHRP) and Journeys Supportive Housing Program. Thanks to caring social workers, these programs provide services such as transitional housing, intensive counseling, case management, and life skills classes, with the goal of bringing participants to independent living after an appropriate time in the program (up to 24 months). With case-management support, parents and families become more secure in their ability to provide for themselves, and participate in school or the workplace to increase education and income.
Learn more about how some of our client families have healed and attained financial stability: UCM helped Lillian attain her Visa and secure employment. Laura was a military wife who found help thanks to UCM, and our client Samantha was able to heal and piece her life back together.