The Madge Bush Transitional Living Center is a (16) one bedroom residential facility that provides housing and client-centered supportive services to homeless women and their children up to twenty-four months. The MBTLC Program offers: A safe environment during a time of crisis, one bedroom furnished apartment, on-site laundry facility, education and vocational training assistance, Financial Literacy program, Life Skills Development, transportation, referral to individual, group and family counseling, linkage to community resources, client centered case management, and a computer lab with WIFI and Internet Services.
Aiding the families of Houston
The mission of MBTLC is to prepare families to attain long term self-sustainability through transitional housing and client-centered case management services.
Our vision is to prepare families for self-sustainability. We want to help families in the Houston area get their lives back together.
Applicant must be a homeless male/female at least 22 years of age with one or two children.
Applicant must provide documentation of homelessness from an emergency shelter.
Applicant must have at least 12 months of documented sobriety from an agency.
Applicant must have a state issued driver’s license or identification card.
Applicant must have the ability to live independently.