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Rochester, NY 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 Rochester, NY you need.
We have listed many of the Sober Housing locations in Rochester, NY 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.
THE ORGANIZATION WAS FORMED FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING TRANSITIONAL HOUSING IN ROCHESTER, NEW YORK, AND, WORKING COLLABORATIVELY WITH AN AFFILIATED ORGANIZATION, WILSON COMMENCEMENT PARK,...
VOC was founded in 1973 as a temporary "Vets Helping Vets" program in response to the Vietnam War. Twenty-five years later, we still help veterans and their families. Only now we help all veterans...
The mission of East House is to enable individuals recovering from mental illness, substance abuse, or both to live healthy and fulfilling lives, through personalized rehabilitative, vocational,...
407 Frederick Douglass Street Rochester, NY - 14608
(585) 546-4670 43.1471570,-77.6157980
East House is a private, nonprofit mental health agency. Founded in 1966, East House now serves 1,000 clients and families each year as they recover from mental illness and/or chemical dependency...
(585) 442-6562 43.1471180,-77.5854020
East House services include counseling, case management, education and career development services, independent living skills training, social and recreational activities, family education and...
East House is a private, non-profit rehabilitation agency. Founded in 1966, East House now serves over 1,000 clients and families each year as they recover from mental illness and/or chemical...