Worcester, Massachusetts

Transitional and Sober Housing in Worcester.

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 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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  • Tsg Living Inc Sober House Email Website Learn more 70 Cutler St
    Worcester, MA - 01604
    5087099874
    12 Step Program, substance abuse treatment services, halfway house, residential long-term treatment. Tsg Living Inc Sober House strives to provide a safe and supportive environment for men and women who have made a decision to take their lives in a new direction.  Recovery is a journey that requires commitment and help, If you make the commitment, they will help you develop the ski .. see more
  • Young Womens Christian Association Of Central Mass Email Website Learn more One Salem Square
    Worcester, MA - 01608
    (508)791-3181
    Women in need of short-term housing have access to safe, affordable dormitory style living quarters at One Salem Square for four weeks up to two years. For a modest program fee, each resident has a private room with essential furnishings and access to a community kitchen and living area. .. see more
  • Abbys House Email Website Learn more 52 High Street
    Worcester, MA - 01609
    (505)756-5486
    Abby’s House is Worcester’s largest provider of affordable housing specifically designed to meet the needs of women and children. Abby’s operates 7 two-bedroom apartments and 70 single room units in four buildings in Worcester, which serve women and children from across Central MA. The rental fees they collect only cover 48% of these costs. The remainder is covered by foundat .. see more
  • Youth Opportunities Upheld, Inc. Email Website Learn more 81 Plantation Street
    Worcester, MA - 01604
    (508)849-5600
    Youth Opportunities Upheld, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization serving, children, adolescents and families in the Worcester county area. Y.O.U., Inc. began as an arm of the Worcester Juvenile Court through a community effort to provide court diversion and prevention services to troubled adolescents. Y.O.U., Inc. is now a child welfare and behavioral health agency designed to provide .. see more
  • Dismas House Of Massachusetts Inc Email Website Learn more Po Box 30125
    Worcester, MA - 01603
    508-799-9389
    Dismas House is a supportive community that provides transitional housing and services to former prisoners and real-life educational opportunities to students from area colleges, and from throughout the US and the world! The men and women of Dismas House live and work as a family, helping each other grow towards the goal of reintegration into society. Dismas provide .. see more
  • Catholic Charities Worcester County Email Website Learn more 10 Hammond Street
    Worcester, MA - 01610
    508-798-0191
    .. see more
  • Jeremiahs Hospice Inc Jeremiahs Inn Email Website Learn more 1059 Main Street P.O. Box 30035
    Worcester, MA - 01603
    508-755-6403
    .. see more
  • Abbott Sober House Email Learn more 111 Piedmont Street
    Worcester, MA - 01609
    (617)528-8217
    Transitional Sober House providing single room occupancy with heat, hot water, electricity, cable, and light toiletries included for a flat $500 per month fee. Drug tests are done twice weekly (Zero Tolerance). .. see more
  • The Vanderburgh House Email Website Learn more 47 Harvard St
    Worcester, MA - 01609
    (508) 909-5015
    Vanderburgh House is a sober living community dedicated to offering semi-structured recovery-focused homes for those in recovery. The home environment is the single most important factor in preventing relapse. Sober houses are relied upon by thousands in recovery for support and accountability. Residents enjoy independent group living, while supported and encouraged by their broth .. see more
  • Dismas House Of Massachusetts Email Website Learn more Po Box 30125
    Worcester, MA - 01603
    (508) 799-9389
    Dismas House is a supportive community that provides transitional housing and services to former prisoners and real-life educational opportunities to students from area colleges, and from througout the US and the world! The men and women of Dismas House live and work as a family, helping each other grow towards the goal of reintegration into society. Dismas provides a consesnsus-based, sober al .. see more
  • Vanderburgh House Email Website Learn more 47 Harvard St.
    Worcester, MA - 01609
    (844) 762-3747
    Vanderburgh House is a MASH certified, recovery focused, sober living community. We have structured, affordable, peer recovery homes for both men and women. Our sober house residents enjoy independent group living, supported and encouraged by their brothers and sisters in recovery. We recognize the challenges and the difficulties recovering addicts and alcoholics experience in ear .. see more
  • The Wellness House for Men Email Website Learn more 48 Hamilton St.
    Worcester, MA - 01604
    (508) 281-0222
    MASH certified, structured transitional/sober home for adult men ages 25 and up who need a recovery-oriented environment in which to live. The home is based on the recovery principles of mindfulness and wellness, as well as self-help fellowships. Residents are required to attend daily meetings, scheduled outpatient appointments, and to contribute to the home by doing chores, cooki .. see more


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