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What Do You Mean When You Use the Term "Transitional Community"?

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A Transitional Community is similar to the term Community, but is slightly different in that it goes a little bit further. Transitional Communities consist of a BUD or multiple BUDs that are part of a cooperative arrangement in which people are living in a dwelling or multiple clustered dwellings together. Their goal is to grow and create neighborhoods or villages of compatibility with inter-familial relationships, more self-sufficiency, and economically benefitual ways of life.They do so with the intention of living and supporting all of those that are part of that Transitional Community and communally share items and resources to eliminate costs. They may even co-own community Hybrid Co-op businesses.