About 1440 Pine
1440 Pine is a 40-unit affordable housing complex for young adults, ages 18-24, as a foundation to provide stable housing and supportive services. 1440 Pine is designed for transition-age young adults who have a history of homelessness and will benefit from the comprehensive support services being offered. Tenants at 1440 Pine meet regularly with their Case Manager, contribute 30% of their monthly income towards rent, must abide by all lease agreements, and participate in searching for long-term housing options after the program. Tenants also are given numerous opportunities for life-skills groups such as financial literacy training, household management education, nutrition and cooking classes, and other skills for self-sufficiency. TGTHR provides housing orientation, case planning, financial assistance as needed, life-skills development, mental health support, employment and education support, and other services as needed for each young person living at 1440 Pine.
Take a look inside of 1440 Pine, meet some of TGTHR staff, and learn more about our programs, values, and philosophical approaches at TGTHR by watching the 1440 Pine virtual tour: