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No one else in the Midlands offers both residential and day services to homeless adults, both men and women. Transitions offers an unequaled combination of services, resources and benefits:. The only center to provide homeless adults both day services with a place to spend the day and residential services.
The only facility to offer bathrooms, showers, computers, classes and laundry facilities to both residents and non residents. There is often a wait list for a bed.
Until a bed is available, we do offer daily access to all of our programs and services to homeless men and women using our Day Center. A person may stay in an emergency bed for up to 30 days. These beds are available to men and women who are committed to developing the skills they need to secure employment and to overcoming any medical or addiction issues that are preventing them from becoming self-sufficient. These smaller rooms with just 4 beds and semi-private bathrooms are deated for specific programs described below, and for clients showing exceptional progress in working and saving money so they can transition back into the community.
Anyone without a referral who wishes to receive a bed is advised to up at the Reception Desk in the Day Center; beds are ased beginning at am Monday through Friday, excluding federal holidays.
If you want to learn more about how to get a bed, please contact Services TransitionsSC. That means they need to be able to bath, dress themselves, monitor their own medications, and enter the Day Center for meals. However, they may use the Day Center. Transitions has Outreach Coordinators who visit areas around town where homeless people tend to congregate.
Many of these people tend to be suspicious of authority, and it can take numerous interactions with these men and women to build trust.
The goal of our Outreach Program is to engage people, offer support, and encourage them to utilize the services available at Transitions. Feeding those in need is no small task. At Transitions, we serve three meals a day, days a year. On an average day, we serve approximately meals.
Our community partner, The Salvation Army, prepares all meals in our commercial-grade kitchen. Volunteers are on hand to help serve meals on a cafeteria-style steam line. Due to COVID safety precautions, volunteers now work on the line to box food into to-go containers, and those containers are distributed to clients through a pass-off window. Resident clients receive three meals a day.
If a client has a job and will not be on-site for a meal, we prepare a sack lunch or dinner that they can take with them to work.
Non-residents who are spending the day at Transitions can enjoy mid-day lunch and any other snacks that are available throughout the day. Our menus are prepared to be as nutritious as possible.
In addition to purchasing basic food supplies, we incorporate food donated on a weekly basis from institutions within our community; Whole Foods, Publix, Costco, and numerous area restaurants all donate food to Transitions. Our Transportation Team helps to coordinate this effort, utilizing our refrigerated van to keep these donations at peak freshness. Last fiscal year, Transitions received tons of food through our Food Recovery Program. To engage and equip homeless adults of the Midlands to transition into stability and permanent housing.
The only facility that accepts both men and women without children. The first Homeless Court in the state. The most comprehensive homeless jobs program. The most meals cooked and served. Degreed case managers for all case-management services. The most beds — — in one location.
There are 3 types of beds available:. How to receive a bed. Eligibility to receive a bed Adults 18 and older :. For additional information regarding the services offered at Transitions or how to get a bed at our facility, please contact: Services TransitionsSC.Adult seeking sex tonight SC Trenton 29847
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