Transitional Housing


The program goal is to remove barriers to housing, employment, and economic self-sufficiency for survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault  and/or stalking who have completed WEAVE’s emergency shelter program.  The Transitional Housing program is based on availability and the length of stay is a minimum of six months. 

Support survivors in identifying and eliminating barriers to permanent housing

Support survivors in obtaining economic independence

All services are voluntary.  Services include:

  • Voluntary case management
  • Counselling
  • Job assistance
  • Legal resources
  • Financial literacy
  • Referrals to Education and Training organizations to prepare survivors to enter /reenter the workforce.
  • Other supportive services.
  • Aftercare Program upon departure for a minimum of three months.