Transitional Housing Programs provide up to 24 month housing in units scattered throughout the community–2 units serving families, and one unit serving four single men. Participants must be involved in education programs and/or employed for 30 hours per week, have income, and be able to manage their household with less intensive case management. Residents pay 30% of income as a program fee. These programs include Stepping Out (for families) and Turning Point (for singles). The programs are funded by a variety of grants or contracts, supplemented by private funds raised from the community.