Norwich, Connecticut

Transitional and Sober Housing in Norwich.

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 Norwich, CT you need.

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  • Bethsaida Community, Inc. Email Website Learn more Po Box 913
    Norwich, CT - 06360
    (860)886-7511
    The Mission of Bethsaida Community is to create a hope, a home, a family for homeless or at risk women. Our programs provide a supportive environment that promotes healing, personal growth, and self-sufficiency with the expectation of participation in employment and supportive services.Katie Blair House is a HUD, DOH and DMHAS funded program for homeless women who are: • N .. see more
  • SCADD Halfway House For Men Website Learn more 313 Main Street
    Norwich, CT - 06360
    (860) 889-3414
    A residential treatment program designed to assist and support clients in sobriety. Here clients have the opportunity to apply learned recovery skills, prevent relapse and promote personal responsibility. Clients will re-integrate into educational, vocational, familial and social structures. Clients are expected to seek employment during their residency in this program. .. see more


Area Transitional Housing Locations

Due to the low number of listings in Norwich, we have added area listings below. All listings are within 30 miles of Norwich.
  • New London Homeless Hospitality Center Project Home Website Learn more 51-53 Mountain Avenue
    New London, CT - 06320
    (860) 439-1573
    Project Home provides transitional housing for veterans who are struggling with mental health or substance abuse issues or who have been unemployed for a long time. The program helps residents with finding a job and accessing veterans services. Veterans can stay for up to two years but the goal is to get them into their own apartment quickly.... .. see more
    Transitional Housing Location:: 13.73 miles from Norwich
  • SE Council on Alc and Drug Depend Inc Website Learn more 62-64 Coit Street
    New London, NH - 06320
    860.442.1017
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    Transitional Housing Location:: 13.81 miles from Norwich
  • SCADD Halfway House For Women Website Learn more 62 Coit Street
    New London, CT - 06320
    (860) 442-1017
    Provides a residential treatment program that allows individuals to interact in the community from a supportive home like environment. The program supports residents in maintaining sobriety, establishing meaningful relationships with housemates, community members, sponsors and family members. The program promotes an environment conducive to accepti... .. see more
    Transitional Housing Location:: 13.81 miles from Norwich
  • SCADD Halfway House For Women New London Website Learn more 1000 Bank Street
    New London, CT - 06320
    (860) 447-8021
    A residential treatment program that allows individuals to interact in the community from a supportive home like environment. The program supports residents in maintaining sobriety, establishing meaningful relationships with housemates, community members, sponsors and family members. The program promotes an environment conducive to accepting respon... .. see more
    Transitional Housing Location:: 14.42 miles from Norwich
  • Victoria\'s Haven Transitional Housing Website Learn more 1007 North Main Street
    Dayville, CT - 06241
    860-774-2020
    Victoria's Haven is a transitional living program for women and their children who are recovering from violent relationships and need help to achieve independent living. Families live in furnished apartments for up to two years. Participants are required to work or seek job training. Counseling, advocacy and information are provided throughout t... .. see more
    Transitional Housing Location:: 22.40 miles from Norwich

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