The Transition House, Inc.

Affordable Housing

Victory Village

Victory Village is the affordable housing program developed by The Transition House, Inc. in partnership with HUD, Florida Economic Opportunities and Osceola County Human Services.

Victory Village is a division of The Transition House, Inc. designed to provide affordable housing and services that will allow families the ability to live independently and re-establish themselves into mainstream society.

Our 20-unit apartment complex, located at 4596 W. Irlo Bronson Highway, addresses Osceola County’s need for permanent housing for very-low and low-income families. Victory Village is unique because the location allows families to live on a major bus line for access to adequate transportation, and within walking distance to shopping and services. Rental units range from one to three bedrooms and Victory Village includes a laundry and community center onsite.

For more information and to apply to live at Victory Village contact Yvette DeJesus by email at victoryvillage@thetransitionhouse.org or call 407-892-5700 x180.

Eligibility Qualifications:

Please feel free to check FY 2018 Income Limits Summary to see income qualifications or contact Yvette DeJesus at the contact information above.

Team Members

Dr. Kimberly A. Quigley, MD

Medical Director

Dr. Kimberly Quigley graduated from Webb School of Knoxville in 1993. She moved on to Georgetown University earning a BSLA in German Language and Linguistics. She completed work at the Harvard University Health Careers Program, at which time she decided to pursue medicine. After graduating from medical school at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in 2001, Dr. Quigley completed an internship in Pediatrics, followed by a residency in Psychiatry. She holds board certification from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Quigley has provided medical leadership for outpatient mental health settings, hospital systems, and recovery programs.Dr. Quigley has over 15 years of experience in partnering with children, adolescents, adults, mature adults and their families in deciding if and how psychotropic medication can be used to help them attain their personal goals for wellness and wholeness in their lives. In her spare time, Dr. Quigley is the chess coach at the Episcopal School of Knoxville. She is a strong community advocate for developing chess programs across the East Tennessee area for children of all backgrounds. She is active at Emerald Youth Sports as a soccer coach and volunteer.

Paige Hudson

MACMHC, Program Director/Clinician

Paige Hudson is a Master’s Level Clinician from Chattanooga, Tennessee. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Tusculum College, and in 2016, earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Richmont Graduate University. She is currently working to obtain her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from Regent University. Paige enjoys working with a variety of populations with various life struggles including depression, anxiety, disordered eating, interpersonal struggles, significant life changes, and traumatic experiences. Paige engages in person-centered therapy and psychodynamic therapy. She believes that a therapeutic relationship is the catalyst for healing and that experiences in our past shape how we experience life in the present. Paige sits on the Alcohol and Drug Council for the Hamilton County Health Department and is an Ambassador for mental health rights for the National Council on Behavioral Health. In her free time, Paige enjoys exploring new places in town, reading, hiking, and taking her dog to the park.