Transitional Housing

Our transitional housing in upscale recovery homes provides structure and support to promote lasting recovery. With relief from daily stressors, transitional housing is an excellent solution for patients shifting from comprehensive rehab into an independent lifestyle.

What Is Transitional Housing?

Transitioning housing provides safe, comfortable living accommodations for individuals recovering from substance abuse or mental illness. It provides a smooth transition from intensive rehabilitation treatment to a healthy, independent life. 

In transitional housing, residents have more freedom than they would in a recovery center, but they’re still held to set standards and guidelines. These guidelines help residents stay on the path to lasting recovery as they gain independence. 

Candidates for Transitional Housing

Individuals who no longer need the level of care provided in a rehabilitation center but want to stay committed to their recovery are great candidates for transitional housing. In practice, transitional housing can significantly boost the success rate of addiction recovery. 

We offer services to people aged 18 to 75 with a diagnosis of mental illness or chemical dependence. Residents of transitional housing receive help with the shift to full independence and daily responsibilities.

The Benefits of Transitional Housing

Life Without Distractions and Temptations

For transitional housing residents, the distractions and temptations of day-to-day life aren’t a factor. Residents can focus on their transition to full independence in a controlled, supportive, and comfortable atmosphere. 

Have Access to Clinician Support

In transitional housing, treatment staff members are on call to provide help and support as needed. This safety net provides peace of mind and assistance to residents during the later stages of their recovery. 

Stay Connected to a Sober Community

Recovering individuals have access to a vibrant, sober community in transitional housing. This eliminates the feeling of isolation that many people experience when they return to life after rehab. In the company of treatment staff and other recovering individuals, transitional housing residents can enjoy positive social interactions in a safe environment. 

Stay on Track with Accountability

In transitional housing, residents are held accountable for their actions. Rules and expectations act as a major deterrent against relapse and risky behavior. When compared to independent living, transitional housing helps residents stick to their recovery plan for long-term wellness.

Transitional housing can help you stick to your recovery plan and work towards long-term health. To learn more, contact us today. 

Contact Us

Main Office
DreamLife Treatment
7255 Standard Dr
Hanover MD 21076
Treatment House
5714 Seymour Ave
Baltimore md 21207