Maryland 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 Maryland:

  • MidShore Fresh Start Email Learn more 600 Dover Street
    Easton, MD - 21601
    (410) 253-6585
    The Mid-Shore Fresh Start Program offers adult men recovering from substance addiction, a stable residence. Also provide an environment and support necessary to transition from Treatment or incarceration to independent living. .. see more
  • Jobs Housing And Recovery Inc - JHR Carrington House Email Website Learn more 3500 Clifton Avenue
    Baltimore, MD - 21216
    (410) 947-7900
    Carrington House is a highly structured, residential substance abuse recovery program that offers homeless men the tools and life skills they need to turn their backs on addiction once and for all and rebuild their lives –one day at a time.     Carrington House services include individual and .. see more
  • Arundel House Of Hope, Inc. Email Website Learn more 514 North Crain Highway
    Glen Burnie, MD - 21061
    Arundel House of Hope provides housing and support services to men and women who are poor and homeless in Anne Arundel County in a professional and dignified manner. .. see more
  • Dwelling Place Inc Email Website Learn more 610 East Diamond Avenue
    Gaithersburg, MD - 20877
    The Dwelling Place provides transitional housing opportunities and support services in Montgomery County for families experiencing homelessness, helping them to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency. Program Fees: Clients pay 30% of their i .. see more
  • Patrick Allison House, Inc. Email Website Learn more 210 West Madison Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21201
    Patrick Allison House is a transitional housing program in Baltimore City that supports homeless men in recovery from addiction in their efforts to sustain sobriety, secure full-time employment, attain permanent housing, and achieve personal and community responsibility. .. see more
  • Laurel Advocacy And Referral Services, Inc. Email Website Learn more 311 Laurel Avenue
    Laurel, MD - 20707
    LARS conducts individual assessments to help link people to resources, provide financial support to prevent eviction or utility cut-off, and to help link street homeless individuals to substance abuse treatment or housing opportunities. LARS provides tools and resources that help people to become .. see more
  • Homecoming Project Website Learn more Po Box 1190
    Bel Air, MD - 21014
    The goal of Homecoming Project is to create and maintain a safe, supportive environment for women in a comprehensive, family oriented program of recovery from alcoholism or drug addiction. Homecoming Project is the only state-certified facility of its type in northeast Maryland that addresses the .. see more
  • United Ministries, Inc. Email Website Learn more Earl's Place Transitional Housing Program
    Baltimore, MD - 21231
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  • Light Of Truth Center, Inc. Email Website Learn more 3308 Kyle Court
    Baltimore, MD - 21244
    Light Of Truth Center, Inc.'s programs founding concepts are recovery, transition, and restoration. Their resident will take the required time to take the inner journey of self-discovery and healing in their recovery process. Recovery is an on-going process of unveiling and healing. As their resid .. see more
  • National Fund For The Awareness Of Violence Against Women And Children Email Website Learn more 743 West Cross Street
    Baltimore, MD - 21230

    National Fund For The Awareness Of Violence Against Women And Children assists victims and families to obtain safe housing to rebuild their lives to regain self confidence and dignity offering Transitional Housing to Permanent Housing with financial assistance. .. see more

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