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Orlando, FL Transitional Housing
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Transitional housing provides supportive housing along with drug and alcohol treatment for selective locations. Search through our list of supportive housing below to find the transitional resource in Orlando, FL you need.
We have listed many of the Sober Housing locations in Orlando, FL below.
The transitional houses we list offer not only support housing for those needing homes, but they also provide supportive services that will enable you to live more independently.
Many are sober, detox, and drug treatment services. Addiction rehabilitation is a big part of these locations. We list full details on these locations.
(407)599-3900 28.6181263, -81.404758
Housing Provision with a focus on self sufficiency to homeless persons with mental health and/or substance abuse issues.Transitional housing for Chronically homeless individuals. Serves Men, Women...
In Central Florida, there is a great need for programs that help homeless people transition from states of crisis and dependency to ones of stability and independence. As the largest homeless...
Community Drug Treatment Program is a \"peer-led-peer driven\" Therapeutic Community (TC) which allows the offender to become an active participant in their recovery. The offender learns how to...
(407) 245-0014 28.5278700,-81.3807998
The Men\'s Residential Recovery Program (MRRP) offers short-term intensive residential therapy for adult males with alcohol or drug dependency and co-occurring mental health disorders. Co-occurring...
(407) 245-0020 28.5146650,-81.3997276
The Center for Drug-Free Living, Inc. is proud to be Central Florida\'s largest provider of behavioral healthcare services for over 40 years. The Center provides a full continuum of innovative,...
The Mind, Body and Soul Recovery House mission is to provide a safe and supportive community to facilitate long term continued recovery for individuals transitioning from treatment centers or other...