Do I have to pay any sort of rent to stay at your facilities?

Nitor Suites serves as the home for our ​Bridge Housing program. In the Bridge Housing program, residents work closely with Case Managers to determine what has led them to homelessness and what steps they must take to overcome their situation. Bridge Housing residents must live by program rules, pay rent (if applicable), and abide by a budget and savings plan. Rent at Nitor Suites is based on 30% of your adjusted gross income, although income is not required. However it will not exceed $163 per suite. The goal of the Bridge Housing Program is to provide residents safe, temporary housing and case management services that allow them to become more stable and attain safe, sustainable housing upon exiting the program. ​

Nitor Suites is home to 11 suites that house a total of 36 residents. Each suite has its own restroom, and each resident is provided with a bed, wardrobe, nightstand and dresser. Our dedicated kitchen staff serves residents three meals a day, Monday – Friday, and brunch and dinner on weekends. Residents have access to on-site laundry, vending machines, a day room, children’s playroom and playground and case management services.

Bartlett Housing Solutions participates in the WV Coordinated Entry Program. That means that all programs (except our Emergency Triage Shelter) require a referral from Coordinated Entry. You can call Coordinated Entry at 1-833-722-2014.