What is 'Project Share'?
Transitional Housing For Men
Project Share, a men's sober transitional housing program, is operated by The Salvation Army through the Harbor Light Complex in Cleveland, Ohio. It is an innovative, semi-independent, sober housing project for men working toward permanent housing. Supportive services are provided by P.A.S.S. Program staff.
Residents pay a monthly fee based on their financial resources. Group and individual meetings foster self-sufficiency. Of approximately 18 residents, 70% move into permanent housing within 3 to 9 months.
Program clients can expect to:
Pay a monthly program fee (plus key deposit)
Perform household chores
Establish a savings plan
Attend in-house weekly AA meeting
Participate in 12 step/spiritual meetings
Provide proof of a verifiable monthly income
For questions regarding Harbor Light’s Transitional Housing Program or to set-up an appointment for intake screening, please contact John Wolak at (216) 619-4709 or email at John.Wolak@use.SalvationArmy.org