Transitional and Sober Housing in Arlington, VA

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Treatment Support Availble 24/7 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.

Active Listings In Arlington, VA

Borromeo Housing Inc

3304 North Washington Blvd
Arlington, VA - 22201
Borromeo Housing Inc. (BHI) helps at-risk youth build a self-reliant future one family at a time. ' BHI operates a two-year Second-Chance Home program in Northern Virginia for homeless teen mothers (ages 17 to 21) and their babies. They provide comprehensive programming that addresses the multiple problems facing these fragile young families: poverty, homelessness, domestic violence..

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Arlington Alexandria Coalition For The Homeless, Inc.

3103 Ninth Road North
Arlington, VA - 22201
(703) 525.7177
The Arlington Alexandria Coalition for the Homeless (AACH) supports and provides direct aid to homeless families and women. AACH does more than simply provide emergency housing; it systematically helps homeless clients make the transition back to residential stability. AACH provides a foundation for rebuilding individual lives and families...

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Doorways For Women And Families

PO Box 100185
Arlington, VA - 22210
(703) 504-9400
The causes of family homelessness and domestic violence are profound and varied. As a result there is no single service that universally helps families overcome their barriers to independence. In order to help, Doorway for Women and Families has created a four-tiered strategy to meet both the immediate and long-term needs of their clients, as well as address the econo..

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Phoenix Program Phoenix Houses of the Mid Atlantic

521 North Quincy Street
Arlington, VA - 22203
(703) 841-0703

Womens Home Inc

1628 North George Mason Drive
Arlington, VA - 22207
(703) 237-2822

Oxford House Glen Carlyn

3503 19th Street South
Arlington, VA - 22204-5311
Oxford House Glen Carlyn is a self-run, self-supported recovery house for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts. This is an all female house. Oxford Houses are a concept in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. 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 Glen Carlyn..

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Oxford House Waverly Hills

1714 North Glebe Road
Arlington, VA - 22207-2038
Oxford House Waverly Hills is a self-run, self-supported recovery house for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts. Oxford House Waverly Hills is an all men sober house. Every Oxford house represents an effective and low cost method of preventing relapse. Every month the Oxford houses in the area get together to share their experiences in order to ensure that Oxford H..

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Oxford House Glebewood

2244 North Glebe Road
Arlington, VA - 22207-3405

Oxford House Ballston

4246 15th Street, North
Arlington, VA - 22207
(703) 527-2313
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 Ballston is a male transitional house with a total occupancy of 8. ..

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Types of listings we uncover

Faith-based Transitional Housing

Many religious organizations offer transitional housing at no cost as part of their ministry services. Many also offer payment assistance for those that qualify. We list these resources.

Government Subsidized

Through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, grants are provided to sober homes and transitional housing facilities for those who cannot afford alcohol and drug treatment.

Sliding-scale fees

Many transitional housing locations provide housing on a sliding scale basis. This is generally income based support that charges based on one's ability to pay. We find and list those resources.

Non-profit Transitional Housing

There are many non profit organizations that provide transitional housing. These transitional locations can provide payment assistance for those in need of services. Find these resources here and contact them for support.