We now have five homes that serve as transitional housing to families in need. These living facilities are for homeless families with children. The residents may only live in the facilities for 6-12 months at the maximum. Once they find employment, they must start to save money for when they move out.
Spiritual guidance will be provided to all residents. They will be taught skills such as how to find a job, keep a job, care for themselves, and maintain a healthy lifestyle. There will be onsite staff to ensure the residents’ well-being. The community will be gated and guests must be added to the approved visitor’s list 48 hours before the visit.
To live in the transitional housing facilities, residents must be free of alcohol, tobacco, drugs, and pornography. Residents will receive a background check before being admitted to the facilities. If the residents have been committed of a felony or are found to be a sexual predator, they will not be admitted to the living facilities. Mission Norman will do everything within its power to guarantee a safe living facility.
If you have questions about the transitional homes, wish to apply for future residency or wish to support the transitional homes, please contact Mission Norman using one of the methods listed on our contact page or you may donate online.
"Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world."