Aphesis House was formed in 2003 by James Settles, who had successfully gone through a transitional program himself and wanted to help others find healing after seasons of incarceration and addiction. Aphesis House exists to provide comprehensive transitional services for men seeking recovery after seasons of incarceration, addiction, and homelessness. The agency seeks to develop the physical, emotional, and social well-being of the men while equipping them with the personal and professional skills necessary to achieve self-sufficiency as productive, law-abiding members of society. The funds requested in the application will support a portion of the salary and benefits of one RAP Intake Coordinator/Case Manager. 60 out of 75 residents (80%) will remain sober from drugs and alcohol, develop a Relapse Prevention Plan, and successfully complete 90 days of transitional services. 57 out of 60 residents (95%) will carry out their Relapse Prevention Plan, not re-offend or return to an incarcerated setting, and continue to reflect positive changes in their physical and mental health for at least six months.