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Transitional Housing and Sober Living in Dayton, OH: 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 Dayton, OH

Eligibility requirements and availability for transitional housing programs vary. It is important to contact each program directly to learn more about their specific requirements.
  • St. Vincent de Paul Dayton Transitional Housing Email Website Learn more 1133 S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd,.Suite 308
    Dayton, OH - 45417
    (937) 222-3661
    St. Vincent de Paul operates two transitional housing programs one 26-unit program for single men and one 26-unit program for families. The Transitional Housing programs provide an integrated educational and residential support program for eligible homeless men, women and families with children who are drug and alcohol-free and committed to becoming self-sufficient and attaining permanent housing. .. see more
  • St Vincent de Paul Transitional Housing Email Website Learn more 124 West Apple Street
    Dayton, OH - 45402-2617
    (937) 222-7349
    St. Vincent de Paul operates supportive housing for people throughout Montgomery County. The several different supportive housing programs provide an integrated educational and residential support program for eligible homeless individuals who are drug and alcohol-free and committed to becoming self-sufficient and attaining permanent housing. Housing programs include St Vincent DePau .. see more
  • Nova House Association Inc Email Website Learn more 732 Beckman Street
    Dayton, OH - 45410
    (937) 253-1680
    .. see more
  • BelindaSmiles Projects, LLC Email Learn more 1334 Alcott Drive
    Dayton, OH - 45416
    (937) 241-4201
    BelindaSmiles Project Offers: Transitional Housing Specializing in Addiction and RecoveryLife Coaching/Life SkillsCrisis CounselingCommunity Support Relationships .. see more
  • Catholic Worker Movement Email Website Learn more 100 Huffman Avenue
    Dayton, OH - 45403
    9379385784
    Dayton Catholic Worker provides has 12 Step sober house for people in the early stages of recovery from addictions. 80% of their guests have made it to sustainable faith - measures as one year of continuous abstinence from drugs and alcohol. Zero tolerance for relapse. The guest fee is $350 per month. Private room with cable TV and High Speed Internet access. .. see more
  • Oxford House Dayton Email Website Learn more 6124 Clematis Dr.
    Dayton, OH - 45449
    (513) 218-4599
    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. Oxford House Dayton is a male transitional house with a total occupancy of 8. For the most current information about availability, please visit their website: www.oxfordvacancies.com .. see more
  • Oxford House Charles Email Website Learn more 6306 Blossom Park Dr
    Dayton, OH - 45449
    (513) 218-4599
    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. Oxford House Charles is a male transitional house with a total occupancy of 8. For the most current information about availability, please visit their website: www.oxfordvacancies.com .. see more
  • Oxford House Oh Email Website Learn more 554 Deeds Ave
    Dayton, OH - 45404
    (937) 723-6683
    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. Oxford House Oh is a female transitional house with a total occupancy of 7. For the most current information about availability, please visit their website: www.oxfordvacancies.com .. see more
  • Marathon Medical Email Website Learn more 539 Windsor Park Dr
    Dayton, OH - 45459
    (937) 589-2277
    Marathon is a clinic devoted to restoring the divinity and quality of life to those impacted by substance use disorders. For those in need of housing, please call/text/email and they can have you assessed and in the program within that same day! .. 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 Dayton 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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