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Community Updates Newsletter Spring 2021

Seeking Board Members!

  Transitional Resources’ mission is building better health, stable housing, and a community of support for people living with mental illness. We offer behavioral health services that are integrated and comprehensive, coupled with permanent, supportive housing. TR is seeking volunteers who really want to make a difference at TR and the community. Board service is

Yancy Street Project Breaks Ground!

Our new Yancy Street Project is officially underway! Construction began early in the morning on Thursday July 30, 2020. This project has been in the works since 2018, and we are excited to see several years of planning and hard work come to fruition. This project will see our housing capacity expand by 50% and

Our 2019 Annual Report is here!

Our 2019 Annual Report has arrived. This report highlights what we accomplished last year and also features a few stories of what we are working on now to continue providing resources and stability to those we serve. You can take a look at the full report here. We thank you again for your steadfast support, and

In This Together: A Letter from our CEO

Dear Friends, I want to sincerely thank you for your compassion during the unprecedented situation we are all facing with the novel coronavirus outbreak. Transitional Resources is working hard to keep our community safe and healthy, and we are grateful to have so many friends and neighbors helping us make this possible. Our first priority

TR COVID Response

We Are In This Together: Transitional Resources’ Response to COVID-19   We at Transitional Resources take the health and well-being of our clients, staff, and community very seriously. From the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, we have been following guidelines and have carried out steps outlined by the CDC, King County Public Health Department, and

Statement from TR regarding our Spring Event and COVID-19

We at Transitional Resources take the health and well-being of our clients, staff, and community very seriously. We have been monitoring the outbreak of COVID-19, or coronavirus, in the region closely and are following guidelines and updates as released by King County Department of Public Health, the Governor’s Office, and the CDC. After much discussion,

Thank you, Impact West Seattle!

We want to take a moment to highlight a passionate collective of women in West Seattle who are committed to spreading kindness and generosity to the community.  These women started Impact West Seattle with a simple but bold vision—to have 100 women give $100 each quarter to a local organization. The group now has nearly 200

Pathways to Recovery: Healing Through Art

“I feel they really care about me, They want the best for me, and push me in that direction. And they love my art!” -Jenza   Before she came to TR, Jenza had been homeless for years and was in and out of the hospital. She was struggling to cope with her undiagnosed mental illness,

Community Partners: CPRS Leads the Way

Bellevue auditing firm CPRS continues to demonstrate generosity and community in action. For over a decade, they have collectively raised funds and inspired giving for our annual fall dinner. As for the holidays, they always have something special in store; each year they collect a truck-load of items to give to TR clients. These gifts