San Pedro, California

Transitional and Sober Housing in San Pedro.

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 San Pedro, CA you need.

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  • Harbor Interfaith Services, Inc. Email Website Learn more 670 West 9th Street
    San Pedro, CA - 90731
    (310) 831-0603
    Harbor Interfaith provides emergency shelter, food, job placement, transitional housing, childcare and support services to the homeless and working poor in the South Bay area of Los Angeles. The agency empowers its clients with the self esteem necessary to build success and achieve self-sufficiency. Harbor Interfaith also strives for the solutions needed to eliminate the larger social problems .. see more
  • Beacon House Association of San Pedro Channel View House Email Website Learn more 1003 S. Beacon Street
    San Pedro, CA - 90731
    (310) 514-4940
    The mission of the Beacon House Association of San Pedro is to help men recover from the diseases of alcoholism and addiction to other drugs. The association will provide food, shelter, counseling, and the time to build a foundation in recovery and return to family, home and community. The vision of The Beacon House Association of San Pedro is to provide the best possible recovery experience for .. see more
  • Beacon House Association of San Pedro McMillen House Email Website Learn more 1012 South Palos Verdes Street
    San Pedro, CA - 90731
    (310) 514-4940
    The mission of the Beacon House Association of San Pedro is to assist men who are seeking recovery from the disease of Alcoholism or Addiction The Association will provide food and shelter, counseling and the time to build a foundation in the program. of Alcoholics Anonymous and to return to normal, useful lives. .. see more
  • House of Hope Foundation Email Website Learn more 205 West 9th Street
    San Pedro, CA - 90731
    (310) 521-9209
    A solid foundation consisting of education, coping skills and peer support is necessary for a strong recovery. All recovery is best achieved in a structured, comfortable, respectful environment, including substance free living with full involvement in 12-step activities. Women begin their stay in a structured residential program which can last up to 90 days. .. see more


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