Transitional Housing in Colorado

A number of challenges are faced by those who have been displaced from their permanent homes as a result of drug or alcohol addiction, trauma, domestic violence or other crisis. Colorado transitional housing programs provide semi-independent living for those who have been displaced from their homes for various reasons offering a stepping stone back into independence and economic self-sufficiency.

Individuals choose transitional housing for various reasons. Many are struggling with depression, anxiety or PTSD; others are healing from substance abuse disorders, eating disorders or behavioral disorders of various sorts. Regardless of why you choose transitional housing in Colorado, the overall goal is the same for those living in this type of environment which is independence. The primary goal is to get the assistance necessary to facility economic self-sufficiency and independence that allows for the later transition back to independent living.

How Transitional Housing Works

Most transitional housing programs in Colorado offer at least two weeks of permanent living and generally these programs provide minimum of 60 days of assistance; some provide up to two years of shelter to those who are in various stages of recovery from addiction, trauma or behavioral disorders.

Many different treatment, rehabilitation and healing services are offered in transitional housing programs. Some of the most common include:

Why Choose Transitional Housing in Colorado?

Establishing a support system along with your own confidence can go a long way in ensuring your continued abstinence from drugs or alcohol while providing you with the stepping stones necessary to facilitate economic improvement. Transitional housing in Colorado is the next step in recovery following time spent in treatment and, when you are focused and committed, it can help you to safely transition back into an independent living situations.

Transitional housing is not a homeless shelter—these programs provide more than just a place to stay. Most homes require that you continue your involvement in treatment, work toward the goal of economic self-sufficiency and independence and take strides in the right direction. While it’s not residential treatment, transitional housing programs may require that you continue to take part in counseling and therapy that will aid in the prevention of relapse while you learn the new skills necessary to facilitate your independence.

Through the support of friends, family, and the community, you can regain your independence and freedom from addiction, trauma, behavioral disorders and other crisis which may otherwise have displaced you from your permanent living situation. For help finding a transitional housing program that will assist you in reaching your independence goals, call our helpline toll-free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Operators are standing by to assist you in finding and choosing a Colorado transitional housing program that will help you continue down the path of recovery and healing.

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