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Transitional Housing and Sober Living in New York, NY: Find a Safe Place to Live and Recover

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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Transitional housing is a short-term housing solution that provides support services to help people get back on their feet. It can be a good option for people who are homeless, leaving an abusive relationship, or have recently been released from prison.

Transitional housing programs typically offer a variety of services, such as:

  • Affordable housing
  • Case management
  • Employment assistance
  • Life skills training
  • Support groups
What is sober living?
Sober living is a type of transitional housing that is specifically designed for people who are recovering from addiction. It provides a supportive environment where people can focus on their recovery and learn to live sober.
Sober living programs typically offer the same services as transitional housing programs, but they also offer additional services, such as:
  • Peer support
  • 12-step meetings
  • Drug testing
  • Relapse prevention

List of Transitional Housing in New York, NY

Eligibility requirements and availability for transitional housing programs vary. It is important to contact each program directly to learn more about their specific requirements.
  • Nazareth Housing Email Website Learn more 519 E 11th St
    New York, NY - 10009
    (212) 777-1010
    Nazareth Housing has developed highly successful supportive housing and emergency family shelter programs. These housing options are augmented by an extensive homelessness prevention program along with growing financial empowerment and food pantry services. All of their services and programs are delivered with the goal to ensure safe and stable housing for families, seniors and veterans in .. see more
  • Praxis Housing Initiatives Email Website Learn more 130 West 29th Street,
    New York, NY - 10001
    (212) 293-8404
    Praxis is one of HIV/AIDS Services Administrations largest providers of Transitional Housing, with 376 units and counting. Operating four Transitional Congregate Housing Programs, clients are referred by HIV/AIDS Service Administration (HASA) Emergency Placement Unit. Clients stay for up to 180 days in one of the four sites located in Brooklyn and Manhattan. Each site offers .. see more
  • West End Intergenerational Residence Email Website Learn more 475 Riverside Drive,
    New York, NY - 10115
    (212) 870-3360
    Intergenerational Residence is a transitional shelter for homeless young mothers and their children and long-term, and affordable housing for low-income and homeless older adults. Hours: Monday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm   .. see more
  • New Destiny Housing Email Website Learn more 12 W 37th St,
    New York, NY - 10001
    (646) 472-0262
    New Destiny promotes the long-term safety and stability of low-income families and individuals at risk of domestic violence and homelessness by providing housing and services. New Destiny builds service-enriched housing, provides services and programs to help victims of violence find and retain stable housing, and advocates to increase the housing resources available to New York City's low .. see more
  • New York Foundation for Senior Citizens - George Daly House Email Website Learn more 269 East 4th Street
    New York, NY - 10009
    (212) 260-9825
    New York Foundation for Senior Citizens is dedicated to helping New York's seniors enjoy healthier, safer, more productive and dignified lives in their own homes and communities and to help them avoid the need for premature institutionalization.  The staff provides case management services and organizes various social and recreational activities. To apply for or inquire abou .. see more
  • WPA Hopper Home Transitional Shelter Email Website Learn more 110 2nd Avenue
    New York, NY - 10003
    (646) 292-7740
    Hopper Home Transitional Shelter is a 38-bed homeless shelter for women.WPA is committed to helping women with criminal justice histories realize new possibilities for themselves and their families. WPA promotes the use of holistic, community-based responses to crime.Their approach prioritizes working collaboratively with women and families toward defining their ow .. see more
  • Fountain House Email Website Learn more 425 West 47th Street
    New York, NY - 10036
    (212) 582-0340
    Fountain House's vision is for people with mental illness everywhere to achieve their potential and be respected as workers, neighbors and friends. By working together, members regain confidence, make friends, learn new skills, and make progress towards achieving their employment and educational goals.  This opportunity to be a part of a successful working community is resto .. see more
  • Create Email Website Learn more 73 Lenox Avenue
    New York, NY - 10026
    (212) 663-1975
    CREATE is a not-for-profit organization in New York State that provides 24-hour-a-day Transitional Shelter, In-Patient and Out-Patient Rehab and Counseling services. Services include: treatment and recovery services for alcohol- and chemically-dependent men and women; specialized services for those who have co-occurring mental health and chemical abuse issues; transitional living for homele .. see more
  • HELP USA Email Website Learn more 5 Hanover Square
    New York, NY - 10004
    (212) 400-7000
    HELP USA's goal is to provide housing and the supportive services necessary for the homeless and people in need to become and remain self reliant. Through the development of quality housing with on-site support services, they provide resources for residents to become independent and self-sufficient. They break the cycle of dependency by addressing underlying causes in a way that respects t .. see more
  • Moravian Open Door Email Website Learn more 347 East 18th Street
    New York, NY - 10003
    (212) 995-5810
    Moravian Open Door is a not-for-profit (501c-3) organization committed to providing transitional housing and supportive services to the homeless, distressed and underserved population of New York City. Their ministry serves those individuals who are fifty and older with the goal of helping them regain their independence and security, and assisting them in moving to appropriate, permanent f .. see more
  • Comunilife Email Website Learn more 214 West 29th Street, 8th Floor
    New York, NY - 10001
    (212) 219-1618
    Comunilife's goal is to improve the quality of life and create a healthier tomorrow for New Yorkers with special needs in the Hispanic and broader communities by providing culturally competent health and human services and a continuum of affordable and supportive housing.  Hours: Monday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm  .. see more
  • Barrier Free Living Holding Email Website Learn more 270 East 2nd Street
    New York, NY - 10009
    (212) 677-6668
    Barrier Free Living (BFL) offers comprehensive support services for survivors of domestic violence with disabilities at its fully accessible BFL Freedom House domestic violence shelter. This BFL program offers counseling, support groups, advocacy, safety planning. .. see more
  • Ali Forney Center Email Website Learn more 224 West 35th St Ste 1102
    New York, NY - 10001
    (212) 222-3427
    The Mission of the Ali Forney Center is to help homeless Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered and Questioning youth be safe and become independent as they move from adolescence to adulthood. The Ali Forney Center is committed to providing homeless LGBTandQ youth with the services they need to thrive, including shelter, HIV Prevention and life skills training. .. see more
  • Center For Urban Community Services, Inc. Email Website Learn more 120 Wall Street 25th Floor
    New York, NY - 10005
    (212) 801-3300
    For over three decades, pioneering programs have delivered housing, financial stability, mental health and medical services to vulnerable New Yorkers while the training teams have provided professional development to a broad spectrum of staff from the human services, behavioral health and judicial sectors across the nation. CUCS helps people rise from poverty, exit homelessness, and .. see more
  • Bailey House, Inc. Email Website Learn more 1751 Park Avenue
    New York, NY - 10035
    (212) 633-2500
    Bailey Houses mission is to help transform the lives of people with or at risk of HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses through housing, health services and community support. They believe that housing and healthcare are human rights. They work towards a world without poverty, homelessness, hunger, HIV/AIDS or other chronic illnesses. .. see more
  • Women In Need, Inc. Email Website Learn more 115 W 31st St
    New York, NY - 10001
    (212) 695-4758
    Win provides safe housing, critical services, and ground-breaking programs to help homeless women and their children rebuild their lives. In the past year, Win served close to 10,000 homeless people including nearly 6,000 children and helped more than 800 families transition out of shelter into homes of their own. Win has sharpened its focus from offering shelter and support to ho .. see more
  • Phipps Community Development Corporation Email Website Learn more 902 Broadway
    New York, NY - 10010
    (212) 243-9090
    Phipps Neighborhoods works toward a New York City in which no one is caught in the cycle of poverty. Phipps Community Development Corporation provide children, youth and families in low-income neighborhoods the opportunities they need to thrive through comprehensive education and career programs, and access to community services. More than 30 programs serve 10,000 c .. see more
  • Henry Street Settlement Email Website Learn more 265 Henry Street
    New York, NY - 10002
    (212) 475-6400
    Henry Street Settlement opens doors of opportunity to enrich lives and enhance human progress for Lower East Side residents and other New Yorkers through social services, arts, and health care programs.Henry Street Settlement delivers a wide range of social service and arts programming to more than 50,000 New Yorkers each year. Distinguished by a profound connection to its neighbors, a wil .. see more
  • Avenues New York Email Website Learn more Confidential
    New York, NY - 10013
    (917) 922-8184
    Combining refined comfort, peaceful and serene surroundings, and purpose-driven recovery, Avenues NYC offers an unparalleled recovery experience designed for men and women seeking a better way of life. Avenues NYC is a network of luxury sober living environments offering custom-tailored case management and premium recovery services in the heart of Manhattans TriBeCa neighborhood. A .. see more
  • Daytop Village Inc Email Website Learn more 54 West 40th Street 1st 2nd and 11th Floors
    New York, NY - 10018
    (212) 354-6000
    For more than 50 years, Samaritan Daytop Village has been wholly dedicated to improving the quality of life for New Yorkers facing adversity. With its humble beginnings as a Queens counseling center, Samaritan Daytop Village has evolved into a nationally-recognized human services organization, doing more good than ever imagined. Today, Samaritan Daytop Village provides comprehensive health and hum .. see more
  • Project Renewal Email Website Learn more 8 East 3rd Street
    New York, NY - 10003
    (212) 533-8400
    Project Renewals mission is to end the cycle of homelessness by empowering adults and children to renew their lives with health, homes and jobs.  They focus their efforts on the neediest of the City's homeless - men and women who struggle with addiction and mental illness. Their comprehensive outreach begins on the street where their mobile psychiatric and medical teams reach homel .. see more
  • Prospect Place Transitional Housing Community Email Website Learn more 198 East 121st Street
    New York, NY - 10035
    (212) 801-3300
    Operated by: Center for Urban Community ServicesProspect Place Transitional Housing CommunityWomens transitional housing programProspect Place Transitional Housing Community offers holistic, integrated services to 90 homeless women with mental illnesses every night. Opened in 2017, Prospect Places dynamic community provides women with extensive case management, psychiatric and primary medi .. see more
  • The Kelly Transitional Housing Program Email Website Learn more 312 W 127th St
    New York, NY - 10027
    (212) 801-3300
    The Kelly provides transitional housing, comprehensive psychiatric and primary medical care services and case management to an average of 100 street homeless men and women annually. The program was ranked number one out of 200 NYC programs by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development in 2014, 2015 and 2016. .. see more
  • The Bridge NYC Email Website Learn more 86th Street
    New York, NY - 10021
    (917) 692-1381
    The Bridge NYC is a male-centric sober living home that was founded on the principle that those in need of stability and support while recovering from addiction and/or mental health issues should be able to do so in a safe and comfortable environment. .. see more
  • Regent Family Residence - Volunteers of America Email Website Learn more 2720 Broadway
    New York, NY - 10025
    (212) 865-7000
    Tier II transitional residences for families, providing comprehensive services to help them achieve independence and obtain permanent housing. Serves 140 homeless families .. see more
  • A.B.L.E. House Email Website Learn more 2009 Third Avenue
    New York, NY - 10029
    (212) 348-4660
    Emma L. Bowen Centers A.B.L.E. House is a twenty bed residence for men and women that provides a home-like, drug and alcohol free environment where individuals strengthen the skills necessary for community integration. Services include: Therapeutic and medical supportCommunity integrationHousing assistanceSocialization/parenting/life skillsCommunity/personal hygiene and personal car .. see more

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Tips for choosing a transitional housing or sober living program

When choosing a transitional housing or sober housing program, it's important to consider the following factors:
1. Types of services offered: Make sure the program offers the services you need. For example, if you're looking for a sober housing program, make sure the program offers peer support and 12-step meetings.
2. Eligibility requirements: Some transitional housing and sober housing programs have eligibility requirements, such as income limits or sobriety requirements. Make sure you meet the eligibility requirements before you apply to a program.
3. Location: Consider where you want to live. Some transitional housing and sober housing programs are located in urban areas, while others are located in rural areas.
4. Cost: Transitional housing and sober housing programs can vary in cost. Make sure you can afford the cost of the program before you move in.

What to expect when you move into transitional housing or sober housing.
- When you move into transitional housing or sober housing, you can expect to live in a shared environment. You will also be expected to follow the program's rules and regulations.
- Most transitional housing and sober housing programs have a curfew and require residents to participate in chores. Some programs also require residents to attend support groups and/or submit to drug testing. Conclusion

Transitional housing and sober housing can be a great way to get back on your feet and start living a sober and healthy life. If you're looking for transitional housing or sober housing, use the tips in this guide to find a program that's right for you.

More Options to Get In To Transitional Housing

If you cannot find a listing from our list above some further options for you are:
1. Contact the New York local government or social service agencies. Many cities also have Housing and Community Development Departments that should be able to help.
2. Ask your doctor or therapist for a referral. Your doctor or therapist may be able to refer you to a transitional housing program in your area.

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