Cleveland, Ohio

Transitional and Sober Housing in Cleveland.

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

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  • Front Steps - Cleveland Ohio Website Learn more 1545 W 25th St
    Cleveland, OH - 44113
    (216) 781-2250
    Front Steps provides a safe and secure environment for homeless individuals and families within Cuyahoga County.Our facility has 60 permanent supportive housing units, all equipped with a kitchenette and personal bathroom. Residents are referred by homeless shelters through the Cuyahoga County Central Intake process. Front Steps housing program adheres to the Housing First .. see more
  • West Side Catholic Center Email Website Learn more 3135 Lorain Avenue
    Cleveland, OH - 44113
    (216) 631-4741
    Transitional Housing for homeless families. Serves 32 families at various sites. Length of stay in transitional housing program: Up to 24 months Services: Provides assessment of needs for skill development, income, permanent housing, sobriety, self-sufficiency. Provides extensive case management assisting clients to develop domestic skills, higher educ .. see more
  • FrontLine Service Email Website Learn more 1744 Payne Avenue
    Cleveland, OH - 44114
    (216) 623-6555
    The mission of MHS is to help people gain control of their lives by forging solutions that resolve mental health crises and end homelessness. They are a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) corporation, founded in 1989 to serve severely mentally-disabled, homeless adults in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. They provide diverse interventions for the County's homeless adults, and for children and adults .. see more
  • University Settlement Email Website Learn more 4800 Broadway Avenue
    Cleveland, OH - 44127
    (216) 641-8948
    University Settlement exists to enhance the quality of life for all people in the neighborhoods it serves. Transitional Housing for Women with Children. Serves 22 families. Length of stay in transitional housing program: Up to 24 months. Services: Provides assessment of needs for skill development, income, permanent housin .. see more
  • New Life Community Email Website Learn more 3470 East 152nd Street
    Cleveland, OH - 44120
    (216) 767-4060
    Our mission is to inspire and empower homeless families to transform their lives, become self-sufficient, and fulfill their promise. .. see more
  • Julie Adams House Email Website Learn more 4225 Daisy Ave
    Cleveland, OH - 44109
    (216) 741-2871
    The mission of Julie Adams House Incorporated is to enhance the emotional, social, and spiritual health of Women, of all ages inflicted with addiction, by providing women an affordable, safe, clean, and sober environment where they are taught the principles of a 12-step program and taught the skills needed to become useful members of society. Julie Adams House is Non-medical, Structured, S .. see more
  • AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland Abdenour House Email Website Learn more 2829 Euclid Avenue
    Cleveland, OH - 44115
    (216) 621-0766
    Abdenour House provides transitional housing for up to six single individuals, male or female, for up to 24 months. The program provides direct assistance in acquiring permanent housing, as well as assessment of needs and case management for medical Tx or maintenance, skill development, income, sobriety, and self-sufficiency. Contact Darilynn Beiler for more information. .. see more
  • Josephs Home Email Website Learn more 2412 Community College Avenue
    Cleveland, OH - 44115
    216.685.1551
    Residents of Joseph’s Home often come to us from local hospitals, emergency shelters and other social service agencies. Men entering Joseph’s Home have an acute or temporary medical issue that can be stabilized within three to six months after their arrival. A resident’s average length of stay is 4.8 months, and Joseph’s Home is typically at full occupancy, with 11 men sharing the home- .. see more
  • Salvation Army PASS Program Email Website Learn more 1710 Prospect Avenue
    Cleveland, OH - 44115
    (216) 619-4709
    Transitional Housing for Men Serves 75 men. Length of stay in transitional housing program: Up to 24 months.Services: Provides assessment of needs for skill development, income, permanent housing, sobriety, self-sufficiency. Provides extensive case management assisting clients to develop domestic skills, higher education, job readiness/training, D/A recovery, emotional stability. .. see more
  • Volunteers of America Transitional Living Program Email Website Learn more 2710 Walton Avenue
    Cleveland, OH - 44113
    (216) 621-0120
    We provide transitional housing for homeless veterans and their families. Comprehensive support services include outreach and assessment, emergency services and case management.  We also offers Transitional Treatment Programs, providing residential therapeutic treatment for veterans recovering from substance use disorders; and special need services for the frail elderly and veterans with menta .. see more
  • Volunteers of America Veterans Resource Program Email Website Learn more 775 East 152 Street
    Cleveland, OH - 44110
    (216) 541-9000
    Transitional Housing for Men who are Veterans Serves 53 menLength of stay in transitional housing program: Up to 24 monthsServices: Provides assessment of needs for skill development, income, permanent housing, sobriety, self-sufficiency. Provides extensive case management assisting clients to develop domestic skills, higher education, job readiness/training, D/A recovery, e .. see more
  • Y Haven I and III Email Website Learn more 6001 Woodland Ave
    Cleveland, OH - 44104
    (216) 431-2018
    Y-Haven provides transitional housing, recovery services, treatment for mental illness, educational training, vocational services and permanent housing placement to men who are homeless. Y-Haven aims to help men live free of drugs and alcohol, become self-sufficient and end their homelessness once and for all. Y-Haven has the capacity to serve 113 single homeless men at a time in its Transition .. see more
  • Community Assessment and Treatment Services Website Learn more 8411 Broadway Avenue
    Cleveland, OH - 44105
    (216) 441-0200
    Community Assessment & Treatment Services promotes the social justice needs of the community by providing high-quality, cost-effective, evidence-based interventions that comprehensively address the chemical dependency and behavioral health needs of a diverse clientele. .. see more
  • Hitchcock Center for Women Inc Email Website Learn more 1227 Ansel Road
    Cleveland, OH - 44108
    (216) 421-0662
    Affordable Housing is a housing solution for women that are looking for an affordable housing option in a sober living environment. With six units that can accommodate single women and single women with one child under three years old, Hitchcock is the right answer for women seeking a safe, sober home as they transition to the next phase of their lives. To qualify, applicants need the following: - .. see more
  • Reliable Hearts Email Website Learn more 479 E. 120
    Cleveland, OH - 44110
    3308888330
    We provide a wide range of services to underprivileged individuals who suffer from chemical dependency, homelessness and behavioral health disabilities. The cost is $400 per person per month. Office Hours are Mon-Sat 830am-7pm and closed on Sunday. .. see more


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