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 monthly basis .. see more
  • Catholic Family Center CR Jones Avenue Email Website Learn more 87 North Clinton Avenue
    Rochester, NY - 14604
    (585) 546-7220
    Lafayette Housing began in 2007 and provides 13 safe, affordable apartments along with case management for families and individuals who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. In 2010, Lafayette Housing expanded as Lafayette Housing II and added 13 additional apartments for families meeting th .. see more
  • Catholic Family Center Supportive Living Website Learn more 87 North Clinton Street
    Rochester, NY - 14604
    (585) 232-2050
    Catholic Family Center partners with people – especially the vulnerable and those facing poverty – to help them achieve their full human potential. A division of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Rochester, CFC offers compassionate and comprehensive services to families and individuals in nee .. see more
  • Crossroads Apartment Program Website Learn more 259 Monroe Avenue
    Rochester, NY - 14607
    (585) 238-4800
    Since 1989, the Independent Living Program has offered supportive housing and service coordination for individuals in recovery from mental illness. This OMH-funded program assists individuals with housing of their choice, within Monroe County. .. see more
  • East House Corp CD Community Residence - Blake House Website Learn more 239 Alphonse Street
    Rochester, NY - 14621
    (585) 342-4950
    This house serves adult males looking to recover from a substance abuse disorder. .. 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
  • East House Corp Pinny Cooke House Website Learn more 50 Browncroft Boulevard
    Rochester, NY - 14609
    (585) 288-3310
    This house serves adult females looking to recover from a substance abuse disorder. .. see more
  • East House Email Website Learn more 259 Monroe Avenue
    Rochester, NY - 14620
    (585) 238-4800
    East House Supportive Housing Programs serve individuals in recovery from mental illness and substance use disorder, including veterans and individuals who are homeless. The Supportive Housing Programs offer customized services based on individual need and include: evaluation and treatment; family e .. see more
  • Community Housing Innovations, Inc. Email Website Learn more 75 South Broadway,
    White Plains, NY - 10601
    (914) 683-1010
    Although homelessness can be a consequence of the lack of affordable housing, many other factors have an impact. For this reason, permanent housing with supportive services has become one of the most successful tools in combating homelessness. Many people in CHI’s emergency and transitional housin .. see more
  • Transitional Services For New York Inc Website Learn more 10 16 162nd Street
    Whitestone, NY - 11357
    (718) 746-6647
    Individuals who have achieved the level of rehabilitation and recovery to enter the Supported Housing Program live independently in their own apartments in the community.Supported Housing is an extended-stay program where tenants receive case management services and a rental subsidy to help support .. see more


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