Park Woods Transitional Housing
Housing and Community Services
a division of Bangor Health and Community Services
Based on the belief that the path to a healthy, productive and self-sufficient life begins with a stable and secure home, Park Woods Transitional Housing has provided affordable housing and support services to homeless individuals and families since March of 1995. Adult tenants begin their two-year transitional plan with a commitment to sobriety and self-sufficiency through development of academic, job and interpersonal skills, as well as involvement in the community, Park Woods provides access to a wide variety of services to help ensure the best possible outcome for each of its nearly 200 residents.
- Case Management
- Housing Subsidies
- Coordination of Education and Training
- Child Care Assistance
- Transportation Assistance
- On-Site Nursing and Nutrition Services
- Plus services provided by the City of Bangor’s Department of Health and Community Services, which include:
- Maternal and Child Health
- Women, Infant and Children Nutritional Assistance
- HIV and STD/STI Testing
Tenants of Park Woods make a two-year commitment to hard work and a cooperative effort to create self-sufficiency for themselves and their neighbors. They agree to partner as individuals and with staff to build an atmosphere of mutual support, respect, safety and solidarity within their 60 unit community. In exchange, the Park Woods staff takes a proactive role in helping provide the resources necessary to assist residents in their effort to achieve self-sufficiency.
The City of Bangor’s Park Woods Transitional Housing Program regularly partners with community members to complement its own initiatives such as the Learning Center, to bring educational and developmental offerings to resident family members of all ages.
Park Woods Transitional Housing Staff
Orinda Fogler, Community Services Manager