STHT provides support services, to individuals with barriers to housing, work towards their housing goals. We operate along a transitional housing model utilizing wraparound supports from other service agencies.
The expectation is that eligible clients actively work on a service plan with the Program Manager, and are held accountable to achieving the personal goals which they set out for themselves.
We work very closely with Wood Buffalo Housing and Development Corporation (WBHDC) to house our clients in a supportive apartment building, called Centennial House. This is a transitional housing program for individuals and families. Once a client is successful in Centennial House we support them in moving to their own unit within the community, and then on to independence.
Every STHT client has access to basic living skills through explicit instructions and direct experience, which may include, but not be limited to:
- Household cleaning and maintaining
- Household budgeting
- Personal hygiene
- Time Management
- Parenting Help Options
- Basic meal preparation including but not limited to: budgeting, nutritional information, shopping, safe food handling, cooking, and safe food storage.
- Volunteerism, citizenship, community pride and being a good neighbor
- Problem solving and decision making