Safe Refuge’s transitional and long-term housing programs provide furnished apartments with 1, 2, or 3 bedrooms for men, women and families seeking a supportive housing environment after completing treatment for alcohol or substance abuse. All of the apartments are located within walking distance of our continuing care outpatient services. Costs are calculated on a sliding scale according to each individual’s ability to pay. Some of our clients qualify for government-funded housing with a small co-payment. Call us to find out if you are eligible.

Transitional Housing

Participants must be employed, enrolled in educational courses or job training or engaged as volunteers in the community while living in transitional housing. Safe Refuge provide six months to one year in a furnished, alcohol-and-drug-free apartment. Residents can take advantage of conveniently located outpatient services designed to help them stabilize after treatment, prevent relapse and rebuild their lives.

Long-Term Housing

Residents must be employed while living in Safe Refuge’s long-term housing. Provides at least two years of housing in a furnished alcohol-and-drug-free apartment. Outpatient services are available to help prevent relapse and maintain long-term sobriety.

Housing for special populations:

  • Low-income and homeless individuals
  • People living with HIV/AIDS and substance abuse
  • Women and men with children
  • People with a criminal justice history
  • People with a co-occurring disorder
  • Veterans