Transitional Living Program


The Transitional Living Program is a long-term residential program that empowers clients to achieve goals and reach self-sufficiency.  It is not an emergency shelter and only accepts clients through an application, interview and assessment process.  If you are in immediate need of shelter, we are happy to share with you other organizations you may want to contact. Download the application here.
Our offices are open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and closed weekends.  We will make every effort to return calls and emails on the first business day after your inquiry.  At times, our locations are full and include a wait list.  If this is the case, the Coordinator will notify you of the approximate wait time and you may elect to apply and be placed on the wait list, or apply elsewhere should your needs be more immediate.

Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services help young men and women facing challenges and difficult times of transition by providing a safe residential environment in which they can grow, increase live skills, and achieve self-sufficiency.

PCHAS of Texas Transitional Living Program provides young people:

  • Case management services
  • Residential housing
  • Job skills learning
  • Life skills training
  • Advanced Education resources
  • Debt management education

Our hope is that with a balance of structure and nurture, mutually agreed upon goals will assist these young men and women in finding gainful employment or pursuing educational goals which will result in moving into their own residence and living self-sufficient, independent lives.

Click the photo to download the application.

To learn more, contact:
Mari Molina
Transitional Living Coordinator, San Antonio
Phone: 210-422-1841

Kandi Shaw
Transitional Living Coordinator, Waxahachie
Phone: 972-456-9460