Manna House Apartments

Transitional Housing for Young Adults


Manna House provides up to two years of transitional housing to individuals between 18-24 years old who are experiencing homelessness.

Nestled in between luxury riverfront apartments in downtown Wilkes-Barre, Manna House has offered private transitional housing and case management support to youth aged 18 to 24 years old who have been experiencing homelessness since 2007. At Manna House, these young adults work with a team of Life Skills Coaches and a Case Manager towards securing permanent housing, stable income, and personal independence during a two-year time frame. 

Program Eligibility:

Individuals are referred to Manna House via the Luzerne County Coordinated Entry System which is orchestrated by Luzerne County’s Continuum of Care. Individuals are referred to the Coordinated Entry System by utilizing the county’s emergency shelter system or our Give Hope program.

If you have questions about eligibility, call 570.899.3068 for immediate assistance.

Program Services:

  • 24/7 transitional housing and hotline for service navigation
  • Personalized case management, referrals, and housing planning
  • Life skills development including budgeting, cooking skills, housekeeping, social skills, etc.
  • Access to laundry, showers, kitchen, telephone, internet, etc.
  • Direct support including transportation, food bank access, personal care supplies, etc.
  • Income-based rental assistance (rental payments up to 30% of income but capped at $175 per month per individual)
  • All supportive services delivered at zero cost
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