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What is Transitional Housing?

The Transitional Housing Program helps victims of sexual assault and domestic violence secure safe housing options as they transition out of the emergency shelter, flee from an abusive home, and/or recover from financial abuse (which 98% of victims of domestic violence experience). 

Beyond helping clients secure safe housing through rental assistance, DCFOF's Transitional Housing Program assists clients on their path to independence and well-being by providing services so that they are able to build a sustainable foundation for their new lives.

Services Provided

Legal advocacy and case management 

  • Legal advocacy includes assistance with CVC, PO, law enforcement and court accompaniment, and connecting clients with legal resources and referrals 
  • Case management includes assistance with information and resources, guidance, navigating systems and community programs, and safety planning 

Housing Advocacy 

  • Assisting in implementing a housing plan, completing applications, providing information about housing options/resources

Employment Assistance 

  • Helping participants implement an employment plan, assistance in finding job training programs, assistance in creating a resume and completing job applications

Education Assistance 

  • Helping participants implement an education plan, referrals to community resources that assist with GED or college admission, and assistance in enrolling children in school 

Economic Guidance 

  • Helping participants implement economic plans, including budgeting training, and referrals to community resources for tax preparation and assistance programs 

Professional Counseling 

  • Group and individual counseling for adult participants 
  • Group, individual, play therapy, and activity therapy for child and adolescent participants 


  • Onsite childcare at the Transitional Housing office is provided during the time clients meet with counselors and advocates, so that securing childcare (an often difficult and expensive task) is never a barrier to receiving services

Client Impact

Client Stories

Meet the Team

Our wonderful Transitional Housing team consists of our Program Director, Housing Navigator, Housing Manager, Advocate, and Counselors.

Become a Housing Partner

Our Housing Partners mean the world to us! Without their help and generosity, we could not successfully meet the needs of our clients. Housing Partners come in many different forms and operate in various capacities by providing services and support to our Transitional Housing clients. We are currently looking for Housing Partners that can provide moving assistance, transportation assistance, recurring furniture donations, and the ability to provide space for storage. If you, your business, or your organization would also like to make a difference, consider becoming a Housing Partner today! Contact Community Relations for more information.

Featured Housing Partners


Are you a Landlord, Property Manager, Real Estate Professional, or Housing Provider in Denton County? 

You can collaborate with our agency to help address homelessness, housing insecurity, and domestic violence in our community. We are in need of local partners to help us house families who come from a variety of backgrounds and housing histories through our Transitional Housing Program.

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Get Involved

Want to help? There are the multiple ways you can get involved and help our Transitional Housing Program.

Donate Today

Click the links below to view our most needed items. Be sure to also check out our Amazon Smile Wishlist, which provides an easy way to purchase needed items and have them sent directly to DCFOF.

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Would you or your organization like to volunteer time to help move our clients? Learn more below!


DCFOF's Women's Auxiliary focus for 2019 is geared towards assisting the Transitional Housing Program's needs from fundraising to transportation assistance to collecting household items for the families' new homes. Learn about Women's Auxiliary and how to get involved below.

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