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"I got my GED, when I was here, I got my car, I got childcare...I got so much stuff done in so little time that I couldn't do on my own without the support of the people here to help me." former Centre House resident



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Housing Transitions, Inc. (HTI)


Housing Transitions (HTI) is a nonprofit corporation offering a variety of housing services to Centre County residents in need.  We believe that housing crises are caused by a multitude of personal and financial difficulties that must be handled properly in order to arrive at sustainable solutions. Having a stable housing environment allows families and individuals to more effectively address underlying problems and increase their self-sufficiency.

Our mission is to assist families and individuals achieve a more independent lifestyle by providing a continuum of effective and well-managed services.
 
Housing Transitions was founded in 1984 as a homeless shelter and has gradually become the primary housing resources provider in Centre County.
 
Now, more than ever, community support is needed to help HTI meet its goals. To learn more about how you can support HTI's mission, visit our Donate page.
 

Housing Transitions, Inc. is committed to the policy that persons shall have equal access to programs, facilities, admission and employment without regard to personal characteristics not related to ability performance, or qualifications as determined by HTI policy or by state and federal authorities.  HTI does not discriminate against any person because of age, ancestry, color, disability, national origin, race, religious creed, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status.  HTI is committed to the concept of affirmative action to accelerate the achievement of equal opportunity for minority groups, women, the disabled, and veterans, to insure equal opportunity in all aspects.

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