The supported housing program provides safe, decent, and affordable housing for clients in houses and apartments in the surrounding community. This program includes two apartment buildings serving a total of 31 clients (Avalon Mutual Housing and Avalon Place, both of which are located next to TRY house), ten group houses serving 3-5 clients each, and numerous individual apartments.

Clients support each other in an independent living environment with regular contact and assistance from Transitional Resources’ staff. Clients receive as much or as little support as needed to be successful living independently.

By offering supported permanent housing to men and women with serious mental illness and co-occurring disorders, TR fills a niche within King County’s mental health community.  Most of our clients have spent years in and out of homelessness.  Although making the transition to stable living in the community can be challenging, TR has long believed in the ability of these individuals to be successful, provided they are given adequate support.