Transitional Housing

Family Services Transitional Housing Programs
http://familyservicesnew.org/

815 Klaus Street
Green Bay, WI 54301
(920) 438-1616

These programs provide independent living skills and scattered site housing to individuals and families 16-29 who meet the definitions of homeless.


The Salvation Army & EPH Transitional Housing Program
http://sagreenbay.org/

626 Union Court
Green Bay, WI 54303
(920) 593-2370

Our program assures safe, stable, supportive scattered site housing to help increase the opportunities for families to achieve goals that empower them to become more self-sufficient and enable them to secure permanent housing.


Freedom House – Bridge Program
http://freedomhouseministries.org/

2997 St. Anthony Drive
Green Bay WI  54311
(920) 432-4646


New Community Shelter – adult men & women (16 beds)
http://newcommunityshelter.org/

301 Mather Street
Green Bay, WI  54303
(920) 437-3766

Transitional Living apartments for those to transition from shelter into their own unit while working on additional barriers such as addiction issues, history of evictions or while needing additional case management before being on their own.


New Community Shelter – veterans (4 beds)
http://newcommunityshelter.org/

301 Mather Street
Green Bay, WI  54303
(920) 437-3766

Transitional Living apartments for veterans to transition from shelter into their own unit while working on additional barriers such as addiction issues, history of evictions or while needing additional case management before being on their own.


Transformation House – Singles
http://transformationhousegb.com/

436 S Jefferson Street
Green Bay,  WI 54301
(920) 857-9611

A 30 bed facility offering men a chance to get back on their feet while having a place to go at night. Weekly fee is required along with other activities to help the person towards self-sufficiency.


Wise Women Transitional Living Program – Domestic Violence
http://wisewomengp.org/

2482 Babcock Road
Green Bay, WI 54313
(920) 490-0627

Transitional Living Program to assist Native individuals and their children recovering from domestic violence and sexual assault with stable and safe homes while working towards healing and self-sufficiency.