A New Entry - McCabe Center

Transitional Housing
Austin, TX
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1915 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Austin, TX - 78702

(512) 464-1250 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. services@anewentry.org Website Donate Go to Facebook

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Last-Modified: 2020-03-20 03:32:16

McCabe Center provides transitional housing in a Christian, alcohol- and drug-free environment for men who are willing to be employed and achieve independence from social services through education, cognitive development and accountability. Residents must actively pursue self-defined goals and be working with approved community support systems. People with recent methamphetamine diagnosis or who participate in the SHORT drug court program may qualify for free services for the first 60 days. Other Travis County residents may be initially funded through the rent assistance voucher program through Austin/Travis County Health and Human Services. Amenities include: a home atmosphere, shared rooms, fully equipped, shared kitchen, shared area with Cable TV and computer with Internet access, house phone for free local and long-distance calls, bed linen with no-charge onsite laundry, access to bus routes. Eligibility: Formerly incarcerated or homeless single adult males who are willing and able to work, and willing to co-create holistic bio, psycho, social and spiritual goals, must be a US citizen, does not accept sex offenders Fees:   Typical weekly housing services fee: $115/week, all bills paid Intake Procedure:   Call for information and to request an application, intake is by appointment only Documents Required:   Completed application

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: Our mission is to serve individuals who are experiencing either homelessness, substance use dependence, or are formally criminal justice involved and have the desire to reintegrate into the community to become hope inspired and productive members of our community.

There is 1 review

Anonymous - Nov 15, 2019

hey i was just released from county jail im on probation and have court orders to do intensive outpatient rehab. honestly i would rather inpatient. im still clean and sober and i am determined to stay that way. i have accepted i need the right guidance. i know i cannot obviously do it on my own. i need help with learning the right way to live. i was doing the hard way of life. i want to be sober and clean from all bad habits and addictions. i know i have a drug problem and hopefully this might be a good stepping stone into creating good habits and copping mechanisms.. ive been sober since 9/21 since i was locked up in travis county. please email what i can and need to do to be apart of your program.. my father was a former client and i would love to maybe go to the same place he did. if he can i can right? well thank you hopefully i hear from you soon.. sincerly falon mackillop

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