Emma Norton Residence
The Emma Norton Residence Transitional Housing Program provides transitional housing for women who are homeless or at risk of being homeless, who currently are alone, and who are seeking self-sufficiency and independence. Last year, 89 individuals were served, with 43% having mental health issues and 92% with chemical dependency issues. A majority of the women had incomes of under $2,500 per year. Of those women who completed the program, 40% went to permanent supportive housing and 54% went to permanent housing without services.