The Uintah Basin Association of Governments owns and operates a Transitional Home for women that are displaced due to domestic violence. The Transitional Home Program allows us to assist clients with shelter and basic life skills to aid them in becoming self sufficient. Intensive case management is provided by the Uintah Basin Association of Governments with collaborative services offered by mainstream social service agencies. Individual case plans focus on progress toward permanent housing and independent living through specific and measurable milestones. On completion, tenants will be able to maintain permanent housing, a job paying three times the rent, and positive community involvement.
Our goal is to assist at least 2 single parent families every two years. Our program is based on a 24 month scale. During those 24 months the participants are provided with many different supportive services including but not limited to; child care services, employment services, legal services, transportation assistance and many others. These supportive services combined with case management will allow the families to utilize options available to secure employment, increase income, and self sufficiency. Families will be able to build self esteem and feel part of the community.