New York 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 New York:

  • Oxford House 90th St. Website Learn more 1116 90th Street
    Niagara Falls, NY - 14304
    (716) 371-2753
    Oxford House 90th St. is a democratically run, self-supporting and drug free home. Oxford House 90th St. is an all male facility. Every Oxford house represents an effective and low cost method of preventing relapse. A representative of every House in the area meets with the others on a .. see more
  • Mainstream House Email Website Learn more 3895 Sound Avenue
    Riverhead, NY - 11901
    Mainstream House was founded in order to give recovering addicts a safe home to recover from chemical substance abuse. Mainstream House introduces the clients to the tools they need for a long term recovery. Those who stay at Mainstream are required to keep a job, abide to the curfew and atte .. see more
  • Maxwell House Community Residence Email Website Learn more 1045 James Street
    Syracuse, NY - 13203
    (315) 425-1004
    Founded in 1991, Maxwell House is an 18 bed community residence licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) that serves men in early recovery. Residents have access to a full range of treatment options and support services. Maxwell House is staffed .. see more
  • Mid Hudson Addiction Recovery Centers Inc Email Website Learn more 51 Cannon Street
    Poughkeepsie, NY - 12601
    (845) 452-8816
    The goal of the Florence Manor is to help each resident successfully reintegrate into society while remaining clean and sober. The program has a proven record of helping women in recovery in the process of reuniting with their children and families. This residence offers parenting groups, sel .. see more
  • East House Corp Cody House Website Learn more 407 Frederick Douglas Street
    Rochester, NY - 14608
    (585) 546-4670
    This house serves adult males looking to recover from a substance abuse disorder. .. see more
  • African American Planning Commission, Inc. Email Website Learn more P.o. Box 330-707
    Brooklyn, NY - 11233
    (718) 218-7254
    The goal of Serenity House is to meet the immediate and long term needs of survivors of domestic violence and their minor children who have outlived their 90-day stay in an emergency domestic violence facility. Additionally, Serenity House offers survivors of domestic abuse, who have been unable t .. see more
  • Project Renewal Email Website Learn more 8 East 3rd Street
    New York, NY - 10003
    (212) 533-8400
    Project Renewal’s mission is to end the cycle of homelessness by empowering adults and children to renew their lives with health, homes and jobs.  They focus their efforts on the neediest of the City's homeless - men and women who struggle with addiction and mental illness. Their comprehens .. see more
  • Women In Need, Inc. Email Website Learn more 115 W 31st St
    New York, NY - 10001
    (212) 695-4758
    Win provides safe housing, critical services, and ground-breaking programs to help homeless women and their children rebuild their lives. In the past year, Win served close to 10,000 homeless people — including nearly 6,000 children — and helped more than 800 families transition out of shelter .. see more
  • HONORehg Middletown Addiction Crisis Center Website Learn more 38 Seward Avenue
    Middletown, NY - 10940
    (845)  343-7115
    HONORehg Adult and Family Shelters provide emergency housing for single men, single women and families. Their guests are provided three nutritionally balanced meals each day, transportation, and counseling to help them to become self-sufficient. .. see more
  • Julian B Dargan Transitional Housing - CAO Website Learn more 273 Ridge Road
    Lackawanna, NY - 14218
    (716) 825-0592
    The New Ventures Housing Program provides housing assistance to low income families and individuals facing foreclosures or evictions. The New Ventures housing program provides housing assistance to low income families and individuals. In addition to assisting with agency and community resourc .. see more

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