Evansville, IN 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 Evansville, IN you need.
We have listed many of the Sober Housing locations in Evansville, IN 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.





United Caring Shelter
26 Aug

United Caring Shelter

324 North West 6th Street
Evansville, IN - 47708
(812) 422-0297
37.9756945, -87.571416 The Transitional Housing/Shared Spaces Apartment Program has 21 studio apartments, available for men or women, located on the third and fourth floors of our facility. We provide a residential...

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Albion Fellows Bacon Center
1 Sep

Albion Fellows Bacon Center

PO Box 3164
Evansville, IN - 47731
(800) 339-7752
37.9700000,-87.5699999 Albion Fellows Bacon Center provides shelter to women and their minor children seeking safe housing because of domestic violence or sexual assault. Crisis line is answered 24 hours a day. Support...

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Lucas Place Transitional Housing
1 Sep

Lucas Place Transitional Housing

414 Baker Avenue
Evansville, IN - 47710
(812) 423-8422
37.9814126,-87.5657980 Lucas Place is a 20-unit permanent-supportive housing complex for homeless families. Guided by the Housing First model, families are provided with individualized supportive services that are aimed...

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YWCA Evansville - Transition Housing Recovery Program (THRP)
1 Sep

YWCA Evansville - Transition Housing Recovery Program (THRP)

118 Vine Street
Evansville, IN - 47708
812-422-1191
37.9721857, -87.575114 The YWCA provides a highly structured four-phase residential program for homeless women in recovery from substance abuse. In 2012, THRP provided approximately 9,300 nights of safe shelter....

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