Hartford, Connecticut

Transitional and Sober Housing in Hartford.

The website TransitionalHousing.org is for those who are looking for transitional housing based on their current needs.

Types of transitional housing listed.

- 3/4 house: Sober living homes that help you transition back to your normal life.
- Sober Living Home: Homes where residents recover from substance abuse.
- Halfway House: Variety of homes that can assist residents with substance abuse issues, emaotional issues, physical issues and to transition back to society.

Search through our list of supportive housing below to find the transitional resource in Hartford, CT you need. We also provide prices/rates for transitional housing when possible, on the listing details pages.

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  • South Park Inn, Inc. Email Website Learn more 75 Main Street
    Hartford, CT - 06106
    (860) 724-0071
    South Park Inn's mission is to assist homeless people to improve their life situation by providing temporary and long-term housing and supportive services. In addition, to advocate for solutions to homelessness.  South Park Inn provides a continuum of services from street outreach and emergency shelter to transitional and permanent housing. While staying at South Park Inn residents .. see more
  • Mercy Housing and Shelter Corporation Email Website Learn more 211 Wethersfield Avenue
    Hartford, CT - 06114
    (860) 808-2040
    Transitional Housing/Shelter for AIDS/HIV   "Ryan White Part A: .. see more
  • Community Renewal Team Supportive Housing Services Website Learn more 8 Stonington Street
    Hartford, CT - 06114
    (860) 560-5790
    Description: Transitional housing and support services for homeless families with at least one dependent child. Program provides rental subsidies for scattered site transitional housing. People with substance addictions must have a minimum of 90 days clean time, attend AA/NA/CA meetings and work with a substance abuse counselor. Maximum stay is 24 months. .. see more
  • Alcohol and Drug Recovery House Email Website Learn more 56 Coventry Street
    Hartford, CT - 06112
    (860) 569-5900
    InterCommunity Recovery House I and Recovery House II are both short term transitional living facilities that can accommodate both males and females with substance and co-occurring disabilities. The resident being referred to the recovery house must be waitlisted for another level  of care or sober housing. Recovery house is also methadone and suboxone friendly.Th .. see more
  • Youth Challenge of Connecticut Mission for Women Website Learn more 15-17 May Street
    Hartford, CT - 06105
    (860) 728-5199
    Transitional Substance Use, Mental Health and Case Management Services are provided to Men who are 18 years old and older. These services are provided at 17 May Street Hartford, Connecticut. Services provided in our Second Phase Transitional Center include 4 hours a week of group and individual case management services. These services are provided in a residential setting that provides a safe and .. see more
  • Hartford Halfway House For Women Email Website Learn more 10 Irving Street
    Hartford, CT - 06112
    (860) 547-1313
    Residential Re-entry Work Release Halfway House for adult women, Mothers and Infants Nurtured Together (MINT) program, Home Confinement (non-residential) slots provided as needed. .. see more
  • Agatha Sober Living Email Learn more 108 Babcock Street
    Hartford, CT - 06106
    (860) 604-6093
    Agatha's Sober Living, LLC provides quality services for women who are transitioning from incarceration and detox to stable living. They offer Counseling group and individual, weekly workshop series with topics on budget/finance, computer skills, and job readiness. Cost: Private Rooms $725.00 monthly. Semi private rooms $550.00 monthly. Fully furnished beautif .. see more


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