Carolina Transitional Housing is a non-profit organization that offers affordable sober living accommodations for adult men and women. We pride ourselves in offering residents a clean, safe, and comfortable place to live. Located just off Independence Blvd in Matthews, NC, a suburb of Charlotte, Carolina Transitional Housing is dedicated to helping those wishing to overcome substance abuse issues. All houses are within walking distance of bus routes and conveniently located a mile from grocery store and restaurants.
Furnishings and linens are provided. The only thing new residents need to bring is clothing, toiletries, and the desire to get clean and stay sober. Each resident is expected to cook their own meals. Transportation to grocery store and recovery support group meetings is provided on a weekly basis. Residents are expected to contribute to efforts to keep the house clean and it is required that new residents obtain employment unless they are actively enrolled in outpatient treatment, in which case exceptions are made. House rules can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.
Residents pay $175/wk for double-occupancy rooms. We require 2 weeks rent upfront (first/last) and there is a $100 entry fee. We are willing to work with people to help them get back on their feet. Please call with any questions.
We will consider anyone with a desire to stop using drugs and alcohol. If you or someone you know has questions about moving in please contact us at 704-631-7166 or email@example.com
The house rules can be viewed and downloaded at the bottom of this page. Residents are required to keep their personal space clean and contribute to efforts to keep common areas clean. This is an abstinence-based house and residents are required to pass drug tests regularly.
If anyone is in need of treatment or counseling services we are conveniently located only a few minutes away from Carolina Center for Recovery (www.carolinacenterforrecovery.com), a holistic substance abuse treatment facility offering inpatient and outpatient treatment.
Each month, residents gather for a family outing such as bowling, dinner, movies, etc. We try to do as much as possible to show people that it is possible to have fun in recovery.
Each house employs a manager responsible for enforcing rules and holding residents accountable. Managers have extended time in sobriety and were chosen because they exemplify the recovery lifestyle. Residents abide by reasonable curfew and visitor restrictions and each resident must participate in a weekly house meeting.
Carolina Transitional Housing is a non-profit organization started by North Carolina residents with personal experience overcoming addiction. We are committed to giving back and dedicated to making a difference in our community.
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