What is Transitional Housing?

 

Transitional housing has taken on different meanings and forms through the years. Though it takes many forms, transitional housing broadly refers to a supportive community that offers temporary housing for different segments of the homeless population or those experiencing a crisis. 

 

Transitional housing is temporary housing for certain segments of the homeless population, including working homeless people who are earning too little money to afford long-term housing. Transitional housing is set up to transition residents into permanent, affordable housing.

 

At Veteran's Progress & Recovery Services we are committed in providing supportive services when society falls short in helping individuals with significant needs from living in local communities with social acceptance key to community development.

Why does Transitional Housing exist?

Transitional housing is intended to bridge the gap from a crisis — such as abuse or homelessness — into permanent housing. Typically, transitional housing is more private than other emergency homeless shelters. Transitional housing’s goal is to offer a safe space in which people can process their trauma, work on the issues that led to their homelessness, and build a supportive network that will help them in the future. -www.incomerentrelief.com

 
 

About Us

Veteran’s Progress & Recovery Services is committed to providing transitional housing accommodations that will allow veterans a healthier re-introduction to independent living.

 

Established in 2017, the property is located in a Scenic Wood community in North Houston. The home is located on 7300 square foot of land, and offers the necessities required to live comfortably without worrying about the high overhead of utility bills.

We offer a variety of amenities to help make your stay safe and enjoyable. When you choose to occupy a property owned by Veteran's Progress & Recovery Services you’re choosing an exceptional support system that is compassionate to the needs of each resident.

 

Transitional Housing Services: 

The Veteran’s Progress & Recovery Services works with veterans to help move them towards independence. Transitional Housing clients that participate in our program receive case management to assist them in achieving employment stability, while living in sober, clean, and stable housing.


The property consists of shared quarters that are completely furnished and are move in ready. 


If you would like to be considered as a possible candidate for Veteran’s Progress & Recovery Services Transitional Housing Program, please contact us at (832) 781-3331. You will receive a response from a representative who will let you know if we are currently interviewing.


If there is an opening and if it is determined you are a good fit for the program, you would receive an application to start the interview process immediately.

We Care and We Understand

Veteran’s Progress and Recovery Services is a privately owned and managed business that believes in the passionate pursuit of excellence and success with uncompromising services and integrity, which is why we have decided to venture into the industry of assisting veterans. 

 

We are dedicated to providing compassionate, trustworthy and dependable care allowing our clients to live in the comfort and safety of our home.

 

We deliver excellent services because we care. Veteran's Progress & Recovery Services will ensure a productive and secure home for our residents, and engage in the well-being of each resident during their stay.

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What We Offer

 

Full-Size Kitchen

Laundry & Housekeeping

Transitional housing clients have the ability to utilize laundry services 2 days per week. 

 

Clients will be responsible for the upkeep of the home. This includes domestic tasks such as vacuuming, dusting and cleaning bathrooms and the kitchen.

Veteran's Progress & Recovery Services will provide periodic cleaning conducive to the maintenance of the home.

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Our property offers a full size kitchen including microwave, refrigerator, and stove. This allows each client to be able to care for their own nutritional requirements.

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Sober Supportive Atmosphere

Veterans seeking transitional housing will have the ability to use our home as a platform that will allow re-introduction to independence.

If you are a recovering addict, we entail residents work during the day, abide by a curfew, and be subject to random or periodic drug testing to ensure their sobriety.

We believe in helping others that want to help themselves. We do not accept excuses nor do we reward behavior that doesn't align with our vision or mission.

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There's no place like home.

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What CommUNITY Means to Us

Texans often show resilience when facing hardship.  We've pushed through hurricanes, winter storms, and the Coronavirus pandemic.

We grasp the concept of agreeing to disagree, but we also understand when the going gets tough, the tough gets going! 

Veteran's Progress & Recovery Services is committed to advancing and preserving a culture of diversity, inclusion and belonging because it makes us a stronger, more successful company and because it directly aligns with our mission to help all people by providing transitional housing.

We take care of one another because we are Texas Built and Texas Strong!

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Vision Statement:

With the Lord's blessing, it is our prayer and vision is to provide a model for the veteran community to attain safe, affordable housing, allowing contributions to meaningful life activities throughout the process to regaining independence. 

Mission Statement:

Through Christ's guidance, Veteran's Progress and Recovery Services is committed to combating homelessness by providing affordable transitional housing to the veteran community that will serve as a bridge until permanent housing is obtained.

 

ELIGIBILITY | REQUIREMENTS | RATES

ALL CLIENTS  ARE SUBJECT  TO RANDOM DRUG TESTING

A FELONY WILL NOT AUTOMATICALLY DISQUALIFY YOUR APPLICATION

ELIGIBILITY FOR AGENCY REFERRALS 

  • Single Male Veteran

  • Letter or referral card from Agency (will be verified)

  • Must provide (2) forms of Identification (Valid ID/TDL & SS Card - No Exceptions)​

  • Must provide proof of income (SSI, employment, or financial assistance - SSVF ACCEPTED)

  • Must provide official release documentation w/parole or probation officer contact information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ELIGIBILTY FOR VETERANS WITHOUT REFERRAL 

  • Single Male Veteran

  • Must provide (2) forms of Identification (Valid ID/TDL & SS Card - No Exceptions)​

  • Must provide proof of income (SSI, employment, or financial assistance - SSVF ACCEPTED)

  • Must provide official release documentation w/parole or probation officer contact information.

SOBER LIVING ELGIBILITY & REQUIREMENTS

  • Single Male Veteran

  • Must provide (2) forms of Identification (Valid ID/TDL & SS Card - No Exceptions)​

  • Must provide proof of income (SSI, employment, or financial assistance - SSVF ACCEPTED)

  • Must provide official release documentation w/parole or probation officer contact information.

  •  ACTIVELY EMPLOYED (employment will be verified)

  • ACTIVELY REGISTERED with Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or an approved 12-Step sobriety program (information will be verified)

  • Must sign a Consent for Mandatory Drug Screen/Test Form (No Exceptions)

 

RESTRICTIONS

RESTRICTIONS - (WILL RESULT IN IMMEDIATE EXPULSION)

For the overall safety of the home, applicants with the following restrictions will not be accepted

  • Aggravated assaults or robbery 

  • SEVERE cases of Mental Disability 

  • Veterans taking psychotropic medications

  • Battery 

  • Arson

  • Sexual offenses

  • High risk or High level offenders

  • No pets allowed

  • No Alcohol allowed on premises

  • No drugs allowed on premises

  • No firearms allowed on premises

 

 HOUSING RATES

(Residents that DO NOT require 12-Step Program assistance)

MONTHLY RATES - PRIVATE ROOM

FULL/QUEEN BED

  • 6 or 12 MONTH OPTION - $1000 MONTH ($250.00 WKLY)

 

MONTHLY RATES - SEMI-PRIVATE (2 PEOPLE) 

FULL/QUEEN BED

  • 6 MONTH OPTION - $650 MONTH ($137.50 WKLY)

  • 12 MONTH OPTION - $600 MONTH ( $125.00 WKLY) 

 

MONTHLY RATES - SEMI-PRIVATE (2 PEOPLE) 

XL TWIN BED

  • 6 MONTH OPTION - $550 MONTH ($137.50 WKLY)

  • 12  MONTH OPTION - $500 MONTH ($125.00 WKLY)

SECURITY DEPOSIT

  • $150

FEES

  • APPLICATION FEE - $35

 

 SOBER HOUSING RATES

(Residents that require 12-Step Program Assistance)

MONTHLY RATES - PRIVATE ROOM 

FULL/QUEEN BED

  • 6 or 12 MONTH OPTION - $1000 MONTH ($250.00 WKLY)

 

MONTHLY RATES - SEMI-PRIVATE (2 PEOPLE)

FULL/QUEEN BED

  • 6 MONTH OPTION - $750 MONTH ($187.50 WKLY)

  • 12 MONTH OPTION - $700 MONTH ($175.00 WKLY)

MONTHLY RATES - SEMI-PRIVATE (2 PEOPLE)

XL TWIN BED

  • 6 MONTH OPTION - $600 MONTH ($150.00 WKLY)

  • 12 MONTH OPTION - $550 MONTH ($137.50 WKLY)

SECURITY DEPOSIT

  • $200

FEES

  • APPLICATION FEE - $35

FORMS OF PAYMENT ACCEPTED

  • We will only accept money orders or cashier’s check during your first 30 days. - NO EXCEPTIONS!!!!!

  • Automatic rental payments will be accepted by completing the Card/ACH Authorization Form located at the top of the page.

  • Rental payments can also be accepted via the portal at the bottom of the website.

 

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