Transitional and Sober Housing in Bellingham, WA

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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 Bellingham, WA

YWCA Of Bellingham

1026 North Forest Street
Bellingham, WA - 98225
(360) 734-4820
YWCA is the only transitional housing program available for single adult women in Whatcom County. The YWCA aims to give women a safe, supportive place to stay while connecting them with the appropriate resources to get their lives back of track and become self supporting. The average stay is about 60 days in emergency shelter, and 8 months in the transitional housing program...

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Lydia Place A Nonprofit Corporation

Po Box 28487
Bellingham, WA - 98228
(360) 671-7663
The goal of Lydia Place is to support sustained independence by providing housing, supportive services, advocacy, education, and by raising awareness of the faces and causes of homelessness...

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Second Wakeup House

1714 Grant Street
Bellingham, WA - 98225
(360) 739-9298
Second Wakeup House provides a safe, healthy, alcohol and drug free living environment for the recovering individual to flourish and become the person God intended them to be.A great option for those who have made a decision to adopt a life of sobriety.Residents get strong peer support and a structure that encourages the necessary life changes required for successful recovery...

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Interfaith Coalition

910 14th St
Bellingham, WA - 98225
(360) 734-3983
Interfaith Coalition is a community of many faiths working together to eliminate homelessness and poverty in Whatcom County...

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Opportunity Council Community Resource Center

1111 Cornwall Avenue
Bellingham, WA - 98225
(360) 734-5121
The Opportunity Council's mission is to be a catalyst for positive change.Their goal is to help people become self-sufficient.Their programs range from helping people in crisis with immediate needs to addressing long-term support. Programs include shelter and support for people who are homeless, hot meals for people who are hungry, energy assistance and home repair to kee..

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Oxford House View Ridge

2323 View Ridge Drive
Bellingham, WA - 98229-5925
Gender: Males Occupancy: 8 Oxford House View Ridge is a democratically run, self-supporting and drug free home. This facility accepts men only. Oxford Houses are a concept in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Every month the Oxford houses in the area get together to s..

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Oxford House Connelly

2804 Connelly Avenue
Bellingham, WA - 98225-8224
For Men only. 9 occupants allowed. Oxford House Connelly is a democratically run, self-supporting and drug free home. This facility accepts men only. Oxford Houses are a concept in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. A representative of every House in the area meets with the others on a monthly basis, to share information, to seek resolution of..

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Oxford House Journey

2412 Yew Street Road
Bellingham, WA - 98229-8811

Helen's House

4226 Pickett Rd
Bellingham, WA - 98226
(360) 303-6334
Helen's House is a women’s clean and sober living home...

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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.