New participants frequently lack resources after incarceration. In order to allow them to focus on the court program and their long-term sobriety, stabilizing assistance in the forms of housing, food, and bus transportation is needed. Drawing from Alaska Department of Health and Social Services funds, Partners for Progress provides basic needs assistance to indigent participants of therapeutic courts state-wide. We strive to be a "community based organization" by generating community support and providing flexible services to the therapeutic courts for the success of their participants.