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Transitional Housing and Sober Living in San Francisco, CA: Find a Safe Place to Live and Recover

Types of transitional housing listed.

- 3/4 houses: Sober living homes that help you transition back to your normal life.
- Sober Living Homes: Homes where residents recover from substance abuse.
- Halfway Houses: Variety of homes that can assist residents with substance abuse issues, emaotional issues, physical issues and to transition back to society.
- Reentry Programs: Hard to find residential re-entry programs.

Our listings include: government run, privately owned, non profit transitional housing resources. We work closely with many transitional housing programs who provide us with their latest details and costs. View the full details on our listing details pages. Where possible we provide prices and details such as sliding fee scale, free programs.

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Transitional housing is a short-term housing solution that provides support services to help people get back on their feet. It can be a good option for people who are homeless, leaving an abusive relationship, or have recently been released from prison.

Transitional housing programs typically offer a variety of services, such as:

  • Affordable housing
  • Case management
  • Employment assistance
  • Life skills training
  • Support groups
What is sober living?
Sober living is a type of transitional housing that is specifically designed for people who are recovering from addiction. It provides a supportive environment where people can focus on their recovery and learn to live sober.
Sober living programs typically offer the same services as transitional housing programs, but they also offer additional services, such as:
  • Peer support
  • 12-step meetings
  • Drug testing
  • Relapse prevention

List of Transitional Housing in San Francisco, CA

Eligibility requirements and availability for transitional housing programs vary. It is important to contact each program directly to learn more about their specific requirements.
  • Hamilton Families Transitional Housing Email Website Learn more 273 9th Street
    San Francisco, CA - 94103
    (415) 321-2612
    Hamilton Families Transitional Housing, located North of the Panhandle, has two programs which provide temporary housing and supportive services to families experiencing homelessness.They offer private living accommodations and comprehensive support services for up to 12 months. .. see more
  • Friendship House Association Of American Indians Email Website Learn more 56 Julian Avenue
    San Francisco, CA - 94103
    (415) 865-0964
    Friendship House operates two residential treatment facilities: an 80-bed four-story healing center for adults located in the Mission District of San Francisco, and the Friendship House American Indian Lodge located in Oakland for American Indian women with their children. Both residential treatment facilities are licensed and certified by the State of California Department of Alcohol and .. see more
  • Compass Community Services Email Website Learn more 37 Grove Street
    San Francisco, CA - 94102
    (415) 644-0504
    An intensive, yet supportive, environment where great things can happen. With a focus on education, their 18 to 24-month live-in program helps each family to build a lasting foundation for success. Services include:     Housing in 13 individual family apartments within a uniquely supportive community     18 to 24-month action plans designed with each family to help clie .. see more
  • Community Awareness And Treatment Services (CATS) Email Website Learn more 1446 Market St
    San Francisco, CA - 94102
    (415) 241-1184
    CATS helps those most in need get off the street, achieve stability and establish permanent housing by providing compassionate, culturally sensitive services. CATS' focus is on the "hardest to serve" homeless, those who are dually diagnosed with addiction, physical disabilities, mental illness, domestic violence, veterans, HIV+/AIDS, and transgenders. Their nine unique programs, fro .. see more
  • Larkin Street Services Email Website Learn more 134 Golden Gate Avenue
    San Francisco, CA - 94102
    (415) 673-0911
    While their emergency shelters offer a bed for the night, Larkin Street also has several housing programs if you are looking for longer-term support (two years or more). Because every young person has different needs, they offer a continuum of housing options from dorm-style living with 24-hour on-site staff, to independent apartments in the community. All of their programs have ca .. see more
  • Saint Vincent De Paul Society San Francisco Administration Email Website Learn more 1237 Van Ness Avenue,
    San Francisco, CA - 94109
    (415) 977-1270
    Saint Vincent De Paul programs include: The Riley Center: Services for Survivors of Domestic Violence Services include: a Community Office located on 1175 Howard Street, offering a 24-hour crisis hotline drop-in serviceseducation and follow-up assistance to former clientsan emergency shelter (Rosalie House)a transitional housing program (Brennan House)Multi-Service Center (M .. see more
  • Episcopal Community Services Email Website Learn more 165 Eighth Street, 3rd Floor
    San Francisco, CA - 94103
    (415) 487-3300
    Episcopal Community Services is a tax-exempt non-profit organization, providing supportive housing, shelter, behavioral health services, and job training. Services Include: Health and Human Services Supportive Housing and Shelters Culinary Education Adult Skills and GED Training .. see more
  • PRC Baker Places Email Website Learn more 1249 Scott Street
    San Francisco, CA - 94115
    (415) 922-9104
    PRC baker services provide up to 90 days of residential treatment. All residential programs are licensed through the California Department of Health Care Services. A transitional residential treatment facility, serving individuals with serious and persistent mental health problems. There are sixteen beds at this program.  .. see more
  • Ohlhoff Recovery Programs Henry Ohlhoff House Email Website Learn more 601 Steiner Street
    San Francisco, CA - 94117
    (415) 621-4388
    Henry Ohlhoff House (HOH) has been providing 12-Step based alcohol and drug treatment for over 50 years. It is highly regarded for the quality of its programming, the professionalism of its staff and its commitment to helping residents successfully transition back into their communities. Located in a beautiful Victorian mansion in San Franciscos historic Alamo Square District, HOH offers easy acce .. see more
  • Salvation Army Harbor Light Center Recovery Home Email Website Learn more 1275 Harrison Street
    San Francisco, CA - 94103
    (415) 503-3000
    Their group homes, emergency shelters and transitional living centers provide housing, food and overnight lodging for varying amounts of time to destitute families, the homeless, the displaced and to youth where family care is undesirable or unavailable. In addition, Salvation Army supplement every shelter service with emotional and spiritual support.For families and individuals looking to escape .. see more
  • San Francisco Womens Rehab Foundation Email Website Learn more 255 10th Avenue
    San Francisco, CA - 94118
    Stepping Stone envisions a day when all women who suffer from drug and alcohol abuse can get the affordable help and support they need. Stepping Stone is a residential program designed specifically for working women in their early stages of recovery from alcoholism. Residents spend at least 32 hours per week in work, volunteer, or educational activities. .. see more
  • Swords to Plowshares Email Website Learn more 1433-F Hailbut Court
    San Francisco, CA - 94130
    (415) 834-0341
    Swords to Plowshares Core services include: Health and Social Services, Supportive Housing, Employment and Training, Legal Assistance. .. see more
  • Raphael House of San Francisco Email Website Learn more 1065 Sutter St
    San Francisco, CA - 94109
    (415) 345-7200
    Raphael House offers a broad community-focused continuum of services that help children and parents achieve stable housing and financial independence. Parents living at Raphael House receive intensive case management, housing, career-building and job placement services, mental-health counseling, and educational workshops in areas such as financial literacy, parenting, and wellness. Children in the .. see more

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Tips for choosing a transitional housing or sober living program

When choosing a transitional housing or sober housing program, it's important to consider the following factors:
1. Types of services offered: Make sure the program offers the services you need. For example, if you're looking for a sober housing program, make sure the program offers peer support and 12-step meetings.
2. Eligibility requirements: Some transitional housing and sober housing programs have eligibility requirements, such as income limits or sobriety requirements. Make sure you meet the eligibility requirements before you apply to a program.
3. Location: Consider where you want to live. Some transitional housing and sober housing programs are located in urban areas, while others are located in rural areas.
4. Cost: Transitional housing and sober housing programs can vary in cost. Make sure you can afford the cost of the program before you move in.

What to expect when you move into transitional housing or sober housing.
- When you move into transitional housing or sober housing, you can expect to live in a shared environment. You will also be expected to follow the program's rules and regulations.
- Most transitional housing and sober housing programs have a curfew and require residents to participate in chores. Some programs also require residents to attend support groups and/or submit to drug testing. Conclusion

Transitional housing and sober housing can be a great way to get back on your feet and start living a sober and healthy life. If you're looking for transitional housing or sober housing, use the tips in this guide to find a program that's right for you.

More Options to Get In To Transitional Housing

If you cannot find a listing from our list above some further options for you are:
1. Contact the San Francisco local government or social service agencies. Many cities also have Housing and Community Development Departments that should be able to help.
2. Ask your doctor or therapist for a referral. Your doctor or therapist may be able to refer you to a transitional housing program in your area.

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