Baltimore, Maryland

Transitional and Sober Housing in Baltimore.

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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  • Jobs Housing And Recovery Inc - JHR Carrington House Email Website Learn more 3500 Clifton Avenue
    Baltimore, MD - 21216
    (410) 947-7900
    Carrington House is a highly structured, residential substance abuse recovery program that offers homeless men the tools and life skills they need to turn their backs on addiction once and for all and rebuild their lives –one day at a time.     Carrington House services include individual and group counseling, access to GED classes and vocational training, jobs placement, relapse preve .. see more
  • Patrick Allison House, Inc. Email Website Learn more 210 West Madison Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21201
    443-986-4328
    Patrick Allison House is a transitional housing program in Baltimore City that supports homeless men in recovery from addiction in their efforts to sustain sobriety, secure full-time employment, attain permanent housing, and achieve personal and community responsibility. .. see more
  • United Ministries, Inc. Email Website Learn more Earl's Place Transitional Housing Program
    Baltimore, MD - 21231
    (410)522-0225
    .. see more
  • Light Of Truth Center, Inc. Email Website Learn more 3308 Kyle Court
    Baltimore, MD - 21244
    443-393-2109
    Light Of Truth Center, Inc.'s programs founding concepts are recovery, transition, and restoration. Their resident will take the required time to take the inner journey of self-discovery and healing in their recovery process. Recovery is an on-going process of unveiling and healing. As their residents grow, LTC will provide viable workshops that teach them how to unfold during their transi .. see more
  • National Fund For The Awareness Of Violence Against Women And Children Email Website Learn more 743 West Cross Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21230

    National Fund For The Awareness Of Violence Against Women And Children assists victims and families to obtain safe housing to rebuild their lives to regain self confidence and dignity offering Transitional Housing to Permanent Housing with financial assistance. .. see more
  • Project Plase, Inc. Email Website Learn more 1814 Maryland Avenue
    Baltimore, MD - 21201
    410-837-1400
    Project PLASE addresses homelessness by providing transitional and permanent housing and supportive services to homeless adults, particularly the most vulnerable and underserved (i.e., people with mental illness, HIV/AIDS, addictions, developmental disabilities, ex-offenders, etc.) and by treating the whole person and empowering each individual to function at the highest possible level. .. see more
  • Dayspring Programs Inc Email Website Learn more 1125 N. Patterson Park Avenue
    Baltimore, MD - 21213
    410.563.3459
    Dayspring operates a transitional housing program for 18 families in east Baltimore.   Families with a parent of 18 years or older with a history of homelessness and substance abuse qualify for the program.   Dayspring is unique among transitional housing programs as they take children up to the age of 16 and multiple-children families. .. see more
  • Baltimore Outreach Services, Inc. Email Website Learn more 701 South Charles Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21230
    (410)752-1285
    Residents at Baltimore Outreach Services stay in their emergency shelter until housing is available, as long as they are working toward their goals of housing and self-sufficiency. Their residents do not have enough income to participate in traditional market housing. Once a resident has obtained employment and is ready to leave the shelter, the lack of available supportive housing becomes .. see more
  • Newborn Holistic Ministries, Inc. Email Website Learn more Po Box 12764
    Baltimore, MD - 21217
    410.728.8402
     Women completing 28-day detoxification, 30 Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings in a span of 30 days, or being referred by the drug-court system are eligible to apply for the six-month transitional housing program at Martha’s Place.   The program focuses on teaching women the skills necessary to overcome their drug-dependency while simultaneously developing the skills necessary fo .. see more
  • Helping Up Mission Of Baltimore City, Inc. Email Website Learn more 1029 East Baltimore Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21202
    (410) 675-7500
    Helping Up Mission provides hope to the poor and homeless. They do this through programs designed to meet their individual physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs. .. see more
  • House Of Ruth Email Website Learn more 2201 Argonne Drive
    Baltimore, MD - 21218
    410-889-0840
    Providing for battered women and their children: Emergency/transitional shelter Meals Counseling Legal assistance .. see more
  • Aids Interfaith Residential Services, (airs), Inc Email Website Learn more 1800 North Charles Street, Suite 910
    Baltimore, MD - 21201
    (410) 576-5070
    Adult Permanent Housing Program - City provides rental assistance and scattered site housing throughout Baltimore City. Supportive case management focuses on greater access to healthcare, substance abuse recovery, employability and income, with the goal of strengthening self-sufficiency. Eligibility criteria: Homeless, very low income HIV+ individuals or other disability and their family members. .. see more
  • Christopher Place Transitional Housing Email Learn more 709 E. Eager Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21202
    410-576-0066
    Services Include: Meals GED/Literacy classes Drug addictions counseling Employment academy (residential) Transitional housing .. see more
  • My Sister's Place Lodge - Women's Transitional Housing Email Website Learn more 111 West Mulberry Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21201
    410-528-9002
    My Sister’s Place Lodge is a transitional housing program for homeless women of Baltimore City who have been diagnosed with a disability. The Lodge provides a safe, therapeutic, and nurturing environment where our residents can increase their self-esteem and develop the skills necessary to successfully transition into the community once they complete the program. Th .. see more
  • At Jacob's Well Transitional Housing Email Website Learn more 323 East 25th Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21218
    410-235-8877
    At Jacob’s Well seeks to end the cycle of homelessness for mentally ill men and women by providing a caring and supportive environment that recognizes the dignity of the individual and that encourages accountability and independence. More than simply a shelter, At Jacob’s Well is committed to the creation of a supportive community in Baltimore for people who suffer from chronic mental illness. .. see more
  • Bea Gaddy's Family Center, Inc. Email Website Learn more 425 North Chester Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21231
    410-563-2749
    Emergency and transitional shelter for women including food and a clothing closet. .. see more
  • Carrington House (light Street Housing) Email Website Learn more 3500 Clifton Avenue
    Baltimore, MD - 21216
    410-947-7900
    Carrington House is a residential substance abuse recovery program that offers homeless men the tools and life skills they need to turn their backs on addiction once and for all and rebuild their lives.  Carrington House services include: individual and group counseling, access to GED classes and vocational training, jobs placement, .. see more
  • Innterim Transitional Housing Website Learn more 112 Sudbrook Lane
    Baltimore, MD - 21208
    410.486.8175
    Transitional housing and higher education for adult women. .. see more
  • Ywca: Druid Heights Transitional Housing Website Learn more 2140 Mcculloh Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21217
    (410) 523-1350
    YWCA Offers: Transitional housing Workshops Groups Self-sufficiency .. see more
  • Women's Housing Coalition Website Learn more 119 East 25th Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21218
    410.235.5782
    Women's Housing Coalition offers: Administrative offices Counseling Transitional housing .. see more
  • South Baltimore Station Transitional Housing Website Learn more 140 West West Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21230
    (410) 752-4454
    Transitional housing for men with substance abuse issues. Operates two transitional stations for homeless men recovering from addiction. Substance abuse treatment offered. Job training, employment counseling, medical and legal assistance referrals are provided. SERVICES: 1) SOUTH BALTIMORE STATION: Transitional housing for men with substance abuse problems. 50 beds. .. see more
  • Project F.r.e.s.h. Email Website Learn more 320 Cathedral Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21201
    410.547.5490
    Transitional program for single-parent families. Emphasis on financial independence. .. see more
  • Project Plase Women's Shelter Email Website Learn more 3549-3601 Old Frederick Road
    Baltimore, MD - 21229
    410-837-1400
    Emphasis on vets, mentally ill and at risk persons with AIDS, and exoffenders.Counseling, mealsTransitional housing (long term) .. see more
  • Patrick Allison House, Inc. Email Website Learn more 808 Park Avenue
    Baltimore, MD - 21217
    443-986-4328
    At Patrick Allison House, they believe that every member of the community has value and potential. The services, skills, resources, and opportunities they deliver are all offered with the purpose of supporting individual men exiting incarceration in maximizing their potential and enabling their journey to independence, self-sufficiency, and responsibility.  Patrick Alliso .. see more
  • Maryland Center For Veterans Email Website Learn more 301 North High Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21202
    (410) 576-9626
    The Transitional Housing Program has 120 beds and provides up to two years of transitional housing and supportive services to veterans who have successfully completed the Emergency Shelter Program and need continued supportive services in order to return them to employment and permanent housing. .. see more
  • Marian House Email Website Learn more 949 Gorsuch Avenue
    Baltimore, MD - 21218
    (410) 467-4121
    For homeless & unemployed women Transitional housing to permanency (Marion House I - women only) (Marion House II - women can be reunited with children) .. see more
  • Earls Place Email Website Learn more 1400 East Lombard Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21231
    410-522-0225
    Transitional program for men. .. see more
  • Family Crisis Center Of Baltimore Co. Email Website Learn more Po Box 3909
    Baltimore, MD - 21222
    410.285.4357
    The Crisis Center is for battered women & their children They offer: Emergency & transitional shelterMealsCounselingVictims group batterers group Family psychotherapy (out-client) .. see more
  • Cottage Avenue Community Transitional Housing Email Website Learn more 2601 Ulman Avenue
    Baltimore, MD - 21215
    410-728-8741
    A "no barrier" transitional housing program for 15 families that focuses on helping families learn how to live independently so that they may successfully transition from shelter to permanent housing and long term self-sufficiency.  .. see more
  • St. Vincent De Paul Baltimore - Frederick Ozanam House Website Learn more 400 S. Bond Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21231
    410-732-1892
    A Recovery Housing program for homeless men who have an expressed interest to live in an abstinence-focused and peer-supported community for people recovering from substance abuse issues.  FOH is a Housing First, transitional program serving 20 residents at a time in a semi-independent living environment. .. see more
  • A Reason To Recover, Inc Email Website Learn more 1741 E. North Ave
    Baltimore, MD - 21213
    410-914-7177
    A Reason To Recover, Inc. provides a clean, caring, and professional recovery environment for women who are diagnosed with substance abuse or mental health disorders. Our house is a house of restoration. When women enter our program, we will work to renew their spirits, restore their minds, recover their dignity, rejuvenate their health, rebuild their relationships and re-establish their res .. see more
  • The Light of Truth Center Email Website Learn more 1736 N. Payson Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21217
    410-523-48-98
    The Lightof Truth Center is an innovative system of recovery for Women only. Were we offer each women to fully recovery, transform and restore herself, mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually. We offer a continuum of services were women can move easily through our system from transitional, to long-term housing and eventually to her own home through Habitat for Humanity. .. see more
  • Baltimore Behavioral Healthcare Inc Email Website Learn more 1001 West Pratt Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21223
    410.962.7180
    BBH offers individualized treatment in a setting which provides a full continuum of care. BBH provides service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The outpatient program at 1101 W Pratt Street provides services from 8:00 am - 6:00 pm seven days a week. All individuals providing services are appropriately credentialed and privileged. .. see more
  • Baltimore Station Website Learn more 140 W West Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21230
    (410) 752-4454
    Our mission is to provide rigorous self-help programs in a safe, caring residential setting to support men, most of whom are veterans, who are transitioning from the cycle of poverty, substance abuse and homelessness to self-sufficiency. .. see more
  • Build Fellowship Inc Tabitha House Learn more 653 Gutman Avenue
    Baltimore, MD - 21218
    (410) 235-9251
    .. see more
  • Damascus House Website Learn more 4203 Ritchie Highway
    Baltimore, MD - 21225
    (410) 789-7446
    Damascus House is a peaceful, homelike setting nestled a comfortable distance from Baltimore City, yet still easily accessible to residents of the metropolitan area. We work with male substance abusers to ease their struggle with an intense program to aide them with recovery. Up to 26 men can be residents of Damascus House at a time. The opportunity to live and recover with other men is a unique o .. see more
  • Helping Up Mission Email Website Learn more 1029 East Baltimore Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21202
    410-675-7500
    .. see more
  • I Cant We Can Website Learn more 4426 Park Heights Avenue
    Baltimore, MD - 21215
    410 -728-5174
    .. see more
  • Marthas Place Email Website Learn more 1928 Pennsylvania Avenue
    Baltimore, MD - 21217
    410.728.8402
    Women completing 28-day detoxification, 30 Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings in a span of 30 days, or being referred by the drug-court system are eligible to apply for the six-month transitional housing program at Martha’s Place.  The program focuses on teaching women the skills necessary to overcome their drug-dependency while simultaneously developing the skills necessary for independent .. see more
  • Mountain Manor Treatment Center ResidentialFrederick Avenue Website Learn more 3800 Frederick Avenue
    Baltimore, MD - 21229
    (410) 233-1400
    Mountain Manor Treatment Centers is one of Maryland’s most respected and experienced providers of adult, young adult and adolescent substance use disorder and dual diagnosis treatment. A comprehensive array of behavioral health care services is offered in Mountain Manor’s facilities throughout the State. .. see more
  • Powell Recovery Center Website Learn more 14 S Broadway
    Baltimore, MD - 21231
    410-276-1773
    Our physicians at Powell Recovery Center have extensive experience treating addictions. We offer addiction treatment and crisis housing for up to 5 months. Powell Recovery Center mental health and medical treatments include suboxone maintenance.  .. see more
  • Step Forward Inc Website Learn more 800 North Fulton Avenue
    Baltimore, MD - 21217
    (410) 462-6001
    The Transitional Housing provides funds for the construction, acquisition, or rehabilitation of residential housing for low-income individuals and families having an immediate need for temporary or transitional housing. The Transitional housing programs play an important part in many communities as they aid people struggling to get back on their feet. THP help people in your community make the tra .. see more
  • Transitioning Lives Inc Email Website Learn more 1515 East Biddle Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21213
    (410) 534-2141
    The Transitional Housing provides funds for the construction, acquisition, or rehabilitation of residential housing for low-income individuals and families having an immediate need for temporary or transitional housing. The Transitional housing programs play an important part in many communities as they aid people struggling to get back on their feet. Our transitional housing programs helps people .. see more
  • Valley Bridge House Inc Website Learn more 28 South Broadway
    Baltimore, MD - 21231
    (410) 675-7765
    .. see more
  • Tuerk House Main Campus - Administrative Offices Website Learn more 730 Ashburton Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21216
    410.233.0684
    .. see more
  • 2 God B The Glory Inc Email Website Learn more 3622 West Garrison Avenue
    Baltimore, MD - 21215
    410-367-3142
    The mission of 2 God B The Glory, Inc. to express the love of Jesus Christ to women by offering a supportive, nurturing environment for women and families recovering from crisis related to homelessness, abuse, HIV/AIDS, addiction , incarceration and displacement. .. see more
  • Oxford House Mura Website Learn more 2116 Mura Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21213-3323
    443-438-4384
    .. see more
  • Oxford House Magnolia Website Learn more 3201 Magnolia Avenue
    Baltimore, MD - 21227
    (410) 355-5797
    Oxford House is a concept in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. In its simplest form, an Oxford House describes a democratically run, self-supporting and drug free home.Male transitional house with a total occupancy of 8. .. see more
  • Oxford House Walden Website Learn more 2122 Mura Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21213
    (443) 438-4384
    Oxford House Walden is a democratically run, self-supporting and drug free home. Oxford House Walden is a mens facility. Every Oxford house represents an effective and low cost method of preventing relapse. On a monthly basis, the Oxford houses in a geographic area get together to share their common experiences in order to assure that Oxford House Walden operates in a way that preserves the g .. see more
  • Oxford House LaFayette 2 Website Learn more 1003 LaFayette
    Baltimore, MD - 21217

    Oxford House LaFayette 2 is a democratically run, self-supporting and drug free home. Oxford House LaFayette 2 is a mens facility. Every Oxford house represents an effective and low cost method of preventing relapse. On a monthly basis, the Oxford houses in a geographic area get together to share their common experiences in order to assure that Oxford House LaFayette 2 operates .. see more
  • Helping Hearts, Inc. Email Learn more 502 West Lafayette Ave
    Baltimore, MD - 21216
    443-670-2012
    Structured living envirnoment and supportive services. .. see more
  • 2 GOD B THE Glory Women & Children Housing Program Email Website Learn more 3701 West Garrison Avenue
    Baltimore, MD - 21215
    4103673103
    Women & Children Transitional Supportive Housing Program is a 24 month program .. see more
  • Grant House Inc. Email Website Learn more 2604 E. Preston St.
    Baltimore, MD - 21213
    410-732-0236
    Grant house is a supportive living house for women who has completed any treatment programs and are looking to keep there sobriety. We help women with educational needs and working to rebuild there life. Grant House is a place where we survive and strive to support those living with obstacles that come from substances abuse, HIV, and mental health. Structure can come from many posit .. see more
  • NV CARE LLC Transitional Housing Learn more 4626 Park Heights Avenue
    Baltimore, MD - 21215
    718-772 6715
    Provides Transitional Housing, Assisted living and supportive Housing. NV CARE LLC is a licensed Transitional Housing, Assisted Living and Supportive housing facility committed to providing quality housing, care and a positive way of life for our clients. We are here to help men and women seeking assistance with daily life challenges such as ; homelessness, former incarceration, el .. see more
  • Grant House Email Website Learn more 2604 E. Preston St.
    Baltimore, MD - 21213
    410-732-0236
    Grant House is a transitional housing program for women. Our program provides time for reflection and self-discovery. We will support, encourage, and provide any help to build one\'s self-esteem, self- respect, and self worth. Grant House works with several programs for career training and job placements. You must be at least 25yrs of age, 28 days clean, consent to drug testing upon entering , and .. see more
  • Blessings Bestowed Restoration Support Program Email Website Learn more 1725 McCulloh Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21217
    410-225-9559
    Blessings Bestowed is a transitional house with a capacity to serve 8 women ages 18 and over who need assistance and are ready for change. We accept persons how have been incarcerated, are in treatment for substance abuse, and/ or are living with HIV/AIDS or other health concerns. .. see more
  • Changing Lanes Transitional Housing Email Learn more West
    Baltimore, MD - 21216
    540-841-7134 or
    Changing Lanes is a transitional living home located in West Baltimore, Maryland. Changing Lanes Transitional House for Women provides a caring, nurturing atmosphere for the LGBTQ Community to aid in the process of reconnection into the community growing free from the chains of addiction. The program is designed to raise awareness and increase positive self image by allowing each individual time t .. see more
  • Abundant Life Residences Email Website Learn more 2121 W. Baltimore St
    Baltimore, MD - 21223
    410-989-3878
    Abundant Life Residences is a reestablished non-profit transitional housing shelter for women in the Baltimore metropolitan area. Perfect Order Church inherited Moriah House in December of 2013 and renamed it Abundant Life Residences in February 2014. Since then the church along with dedicated volunteers have been working diligently to prepare the house for the women of Baltimore who may be in nee .. see more
  • Mi Casa Su Casa Inc. Email Website Learn more 411 Millington Ave
    Baltimore, MD - 21223
    443-759-5791
    Supportive housing program for homeless and veteran menThe purpose of the organization is to provide homeless, re-entering offenders, veterans, individuals recovering from drugs, individuals dealing with the effects of HIV/AIDS and the displaced with supportive housing. Our organization will provide supportive services to assist each Mi Casa Su Casa family member with becoming independ .. see more
  • Mi Casa Su Casa Email Website Learn more 411 Millington Ave.
    Baltimore, MD - 21223
    443-759-5791
    Mi Casa Su Casa is a supportive housing program for homeless & veteran men. We believe in the moral support of family by providing our clients with the emotional support, positive reinforcement, patience, and genuine care to get them back on solid ground. We provide substance abuse education, independent living skills, and many more services that cater to our client\'s individual needs to help .. see more
  • Man Up | Recovery Housing Email Website Learn more 2213 Poplar Grove Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21216
    410-449-0324
    Ran exclusively by men who were themselves once addicted to drugs and alcohol, Man Up is designed to succeed where similar programs fail. Working with each client on an individual basis, we hold our men accountable for their actions while teaching them to be self-sufficient from the very beginning. We are also fortunate enough to be well connected in the community which allows us to pr .. see more


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