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Transitional Housing Programs for Drug & Alcohol Addiction in Arizona

Transitional housing is often a bridge between emergency shelters and permanent housing. Anytime when someone is homeless, or homeless and struggling with an addiction, they will need a place to transition into permanent housing. Transitional housing in Arizona is temporary housing for someone overcoming a crisis. Transitional housing can provide general supportive counseling, and assistance in securing housing. When someone is homeless and is starting to get themselves out, they may not have the finances for permanent housing. The same can be done with someone who has finished drug treatment and will need a transition set-up before the move to permanent housing. Typically, transitional housing in Arizona receives referrals from local shelters, when space is available. A transitional home can help homeless families, refugees, or the general homeless population. The length of stay is determined by the transitional home and could be anything from two weeks to two years.

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Transitional living programs are done after the individual has finished their drug and/or alcohol treatment program, to help them manage their life before they go out in the world on their own. It usually includes counseling and random drug testing.

Here is a list of the different drug and alcohol addiction centers offering transitional living programs in Arizona. The list can be incomplete so please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

List of Transitional Housing Programs in Arizona

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