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Transitional Housing Programs for Drug & Alcohol Addiction in Vermont

Transition homes in Vermont do work with a variety of different people, such as homeless families and individuals, teens and young adults, veterans, working homeless, and even refugees. There are transitional housing programs that are operated by local religious groups and or non-profit organizations. Each transition home does operate different from the next one, and you will typically be referred there from the shelter you are staying at. The purpose of a transition home in Vermont is to bridge the gap between shelter and finding permanent housing. Most transitional housing programs are in areas where the demand is high, and where there is access to affordable housing programs. These types of homes cannot always work unless there is access to affordable housing after the fact. The length of time that people stay at any transition home can be a couple of weeks, to upwards of a couple of years. This will be dependent upon how well you are doing with putting your life back together again.

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Vermont Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Vermont Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Here is a list of the different drug and alcohol addiction centers offering transitional living programs in Vermont. 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 Vermont