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Transitional Housing Programs for Drug & Alcohol Addiction in West Virginia

Transitional homes in the state of West Virginia are essentially supportive and temporary housing solutions to help bridge the gap between living in a shelter and finding more permanent housing. When you are staying at any transitional home in the state, you will typically be referred from a shelter, such as an emergency shelter. Transition homes do help many different types of people, such as homeless families and individuals, veterans, young adults and teens, and refugees. The purpose of staying at a transition home is to find more permanent housing. When living in most transition homes, you will be working with a case worker, and this will help ensure you are achieving your goals. The average transition home can provide basic supportive counseling, such as structure and support for substance abuse and mental health problems. There are cases where you can find help with life skills and job training, which can aid you in finding a job with a higher wage.

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West Virginia Addiction Services by Type of Drug

West Virginia Addiction Services by Type of Drug

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