Short–term transitional housing standard length of stay is a flexible 30–60 days.
Long term housing is explored with staff, social workers, and community organizations to identify available options for either private living or publicly supported housing programs. Hem of Garment is a fast track to secure these services and realize "housing first".
Mentoring is the promotion of a person's physical, mental, and emotional health. The goal is to assist in reestablishing a person within their community. Each person is guided by a mentor to identify personal needs and satisfy personal healing and growth.
The mentor’s objective is to provide spiritual support and encouragement to teenagers and young adults. They are to assist in building their self-esteem and give guidance in the area of their career development.
Employment and building a career is the establishment of any sustainable income allowing a person to support their household. This may include working a job or developing a career path. Hem of Garment works with workforce enforcement center, job placement centers, and universities to seek employment and career opportunities for young adults. Hem of Garment coordinates with all people to identify a means to survive by and determine the best methods to establish their future.