Transitional Living Program (TLP)

Drury House, located on Marygrove’s main campus, provides a foundation of support as young men pursue academic, occupational, and other life skills that advance them towards healthy and productive adult lives. Young adults in TLP receive a broad range of assistance to help them advance toward independence. Residents in Drury House, which offer dorm-style housing for up to 12 young men, are between the ages of 16 and 21. They receive 24-hour support, which may include medical treatment, psychiatric treatment, life skills coaching, therapy services, and/or assistance with education or employment. Case management and therapeutic services are an integral part of every resident’s individual plan for success. Many of these young adults have experienced trauma; Marygrove’s TLP provides a safe place to heal, learn, and grow.

For placement or admission, please contact:

Melissa Rankin-Short, Director of Transitional and Independent Living

314-830-6215 or