Georgia Transitional Housing

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Transitional, sober housing provides supportive housing along with drug and alcohol treatment for selective locations. Search through our list of supportive housing below to find the transitional resource in Alabama you need.

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Latest Listings Added in Georgia:

  • Potters House Website Learn more 655 Potter House Road
    Jefferson, GA - 30549
    While all of their programs and facilities will help guests find transitional housing, two are designated just for that purpose — one at Fuqua Hall, and one at The Potter’s House. Both are for men only, and both provide extended support to help them navigate the transition to independent liv .. see more
  • Hope Shelter Transitional Housing Learn more 4231 Old Dixie Hwy.
    Hapeville, GA - 30354
    (404) 366-0210
    This shelter provides a transitional housing program for women with children. Contact during office hours for assistance: 7 days a week, 8am - 9pm. Women must be employed and drug/alcohol free to be approved. .. see more
  • The Arches Recovery Residences Email Website Learn more 8343 Roswell Road - #358
    Atlanta, GA - 30350
    The Arches are a structured transitional living program, based in the 12 step program for Alcoholics Anonymous. They serve both men and women and are located close to the 8111 Clubhouse .. see more
  • The Faith Project Email Website Learn more not disclosed
    Jonesboro, GA - 30238

    The Faith Project provides transitional housing to homeless men. They help to connect individuals with job, educational opportunities, resources and support to regain their independence. Service Hours : 9:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday - Friday Eligibility : male 18 years of .. see more
  • Clayton Center Community Service Board Website Learn more 853 Battle Creek Road
    Jonesboro, GA - 30236
    (770) 478-1099
    The Clayton Center provides services that minimize the impact of mental illness, developmental disabilities and substance abuse in the lives of persons served and their families while supporting their inclusion in the community. Clayton Center Community Service Board was established in 1971 as o .. see more
  • Fortress Women's Facility Learn more not disclosed
    Acworth, GA - 30101
    (770) 544-7676
    Office hours: Mondays through Fridays 9am - 8pm. To be eligible you must be a women who is 18 years or older with children. The children must be 12 years old and younger. The fees are sliding fee. Based on income. Transitional housing for single mothers. Can stay up to a maximum of six months. Must .. see more
  • Hope 4 Haven House Email Learn more 3027 Memorial Drive
    Atlanta, GA - 30317
    This program provides transitional housing for sober veterans and men who have experienced an altering life event such as addiction recovery or incarceration. Hope 4 Haven House provide case management and support Service hours open Monday through Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Cost base on sl .. see more
  • Gift Transitional Home Email Website Learn more 2001 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
    Atlanta, GA - 30310
    (404) 564-6486
    Gift Transitional Home provides transitional housing to males and females 18 years and above who are transitioning from homelessness. Fees are based on a sliding scale range according to income. Service hours : 9:00 am to 7:00 pm MONDAY - FRIDAY, SUNDAY Eligibility: homeless male .. see more
  • Fulton Atlanta Community Action Authority Website Learn more 1690 Chantilly Drive North East
    Atlanta, GA - 30324
    (404) 320-0166
    This agency provides an array of programs and services to City of Atlanta and Fulton County residents to help them achieve self-sufficiency. Services include financial assistance, job search, transitional housing, adult education, etc. Service hours: 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM  Monday and .. see more
  • Talbott Recovery Campus Website Learn more 5448 Yorktowne Drive
    Atlanta, GA - 30349
    (855) 894-3703
    The road to substance abuse recovery can be different for every individual. Family history, support networks, the degree of intensity of addiction – these elements and more combine to make each sufferer’s experience unique. To meet their clients’ needs where they are currently in terms .. see more

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