Carolina Transitional Housing

3200 Matthews Mint Hill Rd
Matthews, NC - 28105
(704) 631-7166

Carolina Transitional Housing
Carolina Transitional Housing
Carolina Transitional Housing
Carolina Transitional Housing

Transitional housing for adult men and women. Structured Sober Living

Non profit affordable program.

Furnishings and linens are provided.  The only thing new residents need to bring is clothing, toiletries, and the desire to get clean and stay sober.  Each resident is expected to cook their own meals.  Transportation to grocery store and recovery support group meetings is provided on a weekly basis.  Residents are expected to contribute to efforts to keep the house clean and it is required that new residents obtain employment unless they are actively enrolled in outpatient treatment, in which case exceptions are made.  House rules can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.


Financial Costs:
* Rates Posted as of Feb 2019. Call for updated rates as they do change.
Residents pay $175 per week for a double occupancy rooms.  
We require 2 weeks rent upfront (first/last) and there is a $100 entry fee.  
We are willing to work with people to help them get back on their feet.

From their Facebook Page:
Residents must attend all house meetings and must go to at least four outside meetings per week. Each resident is subject to random drug screening and alcohol test.

All members of the house are encouraged to develop a support network which should include a sponsor and a home group. Each resident is expected to obtain employment within a reasonable period of time.

Each resident is assigned chores around the house with a daily deep clean once per week. A resident manager oversees the daily operations of the house. There is absolutely no drug or alcohol use tolerated at Carolina Transitional Housing. Please feel free to call us with any questions you may have.

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