Transitional homes in New Hampshire are supportive and temporary housing programs for people who are homeless and coming from some type of shelter, such as an emergency shelter. There are many reasons, which will cause homelessness, and when it does happen, it can be difficult to get out of. Drug addiction, for example, will cause homelessness if your addiction becomes severe. Transition homes help bridge the gap between shelters and affordable housing. When you are living at a transitional home, you will be working with a caseworker to help achieve the goals you have set. Transitional homes can often provide basic supportive counseling, job skills training, assist you with finding work, or helping you maintain sobriety. The purpose of staying at a transition home is to help ensure you can find affordable housing, where you can start a new life. This type of new housing would be considered your new permanent address, and where you can continue to build on your life.