TRANSITIONAL LIVING CENTER

The Transitional Living Center is a 5,000 sq ft residential home for survivors to live as they begin steps towards independence.

The top floor is composed of 5 studio-style micro apartments and a washer and dryer. The main floor consists of an industrial kitchen and dining area, living room, a Learning Center, administration offices, and multi-purpose meeting spaces. The Learning Center will daily serve all of the women at Wings of Refuge through a variety of classes in the categories of trauma and resilience, spiritual development and inner healing, life skills, arts and creative expression, and academic goal completion.

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KITCHEN

Spacious full sized kitchen with everything you need to prepare food.

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STUDIO APARTMENT

Five apartments come with bathroom, bed, nightstand, chair, sink, & closet.

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LIVING ROOM

Comfy seating, tv,

and space for relaxing.

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LEARNING CENTER

Work stations, computers,

stocked supply closet, and tv.

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MULTI PURPOSE ROOM

Tables and comfy seating for

meeting and gathering.

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TLC AMENITIES
  • Spacious & private furnished studio bedrooms

  • Bathroom and sink in every bedroom

  • Full sized kitchen for meal prep

  • Dishwasher in kitchen

  • Washer and dryer on site

  • On-site Learning Center for programming

  • Computer available

  • Security cameras on site

  • Backyard with patio and green space

  • ​Garden planters available

  • Basketball hoop

  • Bicycles available

  • Air conditioning

  • Easy access to public transportation

ADMISSIONS

The Wings of Refuge Transitional Living Center is offered to women who have graduated from the Wings of Refuge program and/or to women who have graduated from another Christ centered, long term restoration program. 

 

There will be no gap between the restoration program and the transitional home for any of our TLC candidates.  

 

Qualification for the Transitional Living Center is based on the application, individual interview, availability of housing and the recommendations of the incoming Program Director.