Transitional Housing Programs for Men who are Homeless

Blair House

Blair House is a large Transitional Rehabilitation housing facility that can serve up to 85 men who are 18 and older. The purpose of this program is to provide individuals with comprehensive supportive services which will enable them to return to independent living and to obtain employment. Men who are accepted into the program will be assigned to a case manager who will develop an individual service plan (ISP). The ISP targets goals that should be reached prior to and after leaving the program.

Emery Work Bed Program (EWBP)

Emery Work Bed Program (EWBP) is specifically tailored to the needs of homeless men who are employed or in job training. Emery can serve up to 100 men. The primary objective is to assist men in sustaining employment and moving into permanent housing. Program participants must be willing to accept case management services, meet with case management staff weekly and develop and follow an Individualized Service Plan (ISP).

The Webster House

The Webster House is a small home-like program that can serve 12 men who are homeless. To help foster responsibility, the men are assigned tasks to maintain the property. Supportive services include case management, employment and housing placement assistance, substance abuse counseling, life skills training and social skills development.

La Casa Transitional Rehabilitation Program (TRP)

La Casa Transitional Rehabilitation Program (TRP)provides transitional housing for English and Spanish speaking homeless men to help them achieve self-sufficiency. The program can serve up to 40 men who are 18 and older. All participants in the program receive an Individualized Service Plan (ISP). The ISP identifies goals that should be met by individuals in the program. The primary objective will be to assist the residents in finding employment and moving into permanent housing.

Park Road Transitional Program

Park Road Transitional Program can accommodate up to 12 men who are homeless and are in transition from a substance abuse treatment program emergency shelter or other crisis situation. Along with other trained staff, a Program Director is onsite to manage shelter operations. A Social Worker helps to formulate and facilitate an Individual Service Plan (ISP) to include helping the participant obtain and remain in permanent housing, helping develop independent living skills, stabilizing his recovery from substance abuse and finding employment.


  • 1234 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Suite C-1015
  • DC, Washington 20005
  • (202) 347-8870

Coalition for the Homeless, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization registered with the Internal Revenue Service/Department of the Treasury.



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