Joe's Place, Clifton's transitional living program, offers an additional component to men who have demonstrated the ability to live by Clifton's guidelines and are making positive progress in achieving their goals. A guest who is admitted into Joe's Place can stay in the program for up to 2 years. During this time, they receive intensive counseling in life skills management such as budgeting, job skills training, and relationship building.
Joe's Place is named for Joe Coppage, a member of the Lake Claire community back in the 1970s-80s who was homeless. Joe was a very sweet man whose standard answer when asked if he needed anything was simply, "Please pray for me."