Newport, Delaware

Transitional and Sober Housing in Newport.

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 Newport, DE you need. We also provide prices/rates for transitional housing when possible, on the listing details pages.

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  • Oxford House Ida B Wells Website Learn more 16 North Walnut Street
    Newport, DE - 19804-2532
    302-999-1119
    Oxford House Ida B Wells is a democratically run, self-supporting and drug free home. Oxford House Ida B Wells is a women's self-supporting and drug free home. Every Oxford house represents an effective and low cost method of preventing relapse. A representative of each House in the Chapter meets with the others on a monthly basis, to exchange information, to seek resolution of problems in a parti .. see more
  • Oxford House Newport Website Learn more 221 East Justis Street
    Newport, DE - 19804-2521
    302-333-8626
    Oxford House Newport is a self-run, self-supported recovery house for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts. This is an all female house. Oxford Houses are a concept in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. A representative of every House in the area meets with the others on a monthly basis, to share information, to seek resolution of problems in a particular House, and to express that Chapt .. see more


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