The Stabilization Program offers long-term support to help families remain housed. Stabilization seeks to reduce the risk of housing instability and reentry into the homelessness system. Some continued support for families are offered while in their own home to remain connected with community resources and support. This structured program can be offered anywhere along the continuum: before or after eviction prevention, shelter diversion, and shelter. This program has grown and become a more formal support system.  Families enrolled in the Stabilization Program include those who have a Transitional or New Horizons voucher through the Lawrence Douglas County Housing Authority, or who choose voluntarily to take advantage of our Life Skills Program curriculum and case management supports.