The Sanctuary Recovery Foundation does not provide Transitional Homes or Halfway Houses.
Local municipalities define Transitional Housing as a facility that provides supervision and/or detention for residents who are making the transition from institutional to community living. This classification includes pre-parole detention facilities and halfway houses for juvenile delinquents and adult offenders. This classification also includes overnight shelters for the homeless and emergency shelters during crisis intervention for victims of crime, abuse, or neglect.
The Sanctuary Recovery Foundation does not provide these services or provide housing for these residents. Our homes offer a residential experience where all tenants live in a family type setting. The kitchens, living rooms, dining areas and yards are all shared as they would be for any roommate situation in a rental home. Like many landlords who don’t allow smoking or pets, we as your landlord find it important that there not be any drugs or alcohol consumption in our homes.
* The Sanctuary Recovery Foundation is a sober living residence, not a medical addiction treatment center. We provide a safe place for residents to work through the 12 step program. We do not provide rehabilitation or health services. Our facility does not provide medical advice, oversight, diagnosis, care or treatment. Please consult your physician when booking a stay with us, and continue any necessary care or treatment with your physician. The information and advice on our site has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any addiction, disease or medical condition.