Transition Team

NoHo Home Alliance's Transition team provides peer support to help community members move from interim housing into long-term housing and self-sufficiency

This opportunity is best suited for existing volunteers of NoHo Home Alliance. Get in touch with Team Lead Lex if you have questions!

What the Transition Team Does

The Transition Team augments the work of case managers by offering additional support with:

  • One on one neighborly care to assess needs, challenges and goals 

  • Finding and contacting apartments and housing opportunities

  • Errands like supply restocks or pet care

  • Preparing welcome home kits for people moving into permanent housing

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Want to get involved with us?

This is a good fit for you if

  • You've volunteered with NoHo Home Alliance at least 3x

  • You’re a self starter who can problem solve

  • You’re game to work with a small set of folks for the longterm

  • You’re a strong online/text communicator and can let your team know your availability each week or month

  • You won’t drop the ball without making sure someone can pick up where you’re leaving off

This may not be for you if

  • You prefer shift-based volunteer work

  • You’re not likely to have availability every month

  • You don’t want to be responsible to an individual

  • None of the tasks appeal to you

  • Working off campus/in the field is not your thing 

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What to expect

The Transition is focused on outcomes, rather than process. Unlike shift-based volunteer opportunities, our team is aligning around the goals of each individual which can be achieved different ways.

If working one on one with your neighbors to support their journey to health and housing sounds compelling to you, get involved with the Transition Team!

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Get Involved with the Transition Team!

Join NoHo Home Alliance's Transition Team! This opportunity is best suited to past or current volunteers.

Email Lex Romanoutreach@nohohome.org

or DM us on Instagram @nohohomeorg

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