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Sober/Transitional Living

The primary purpose or mission of transitional living environments is to help the resident become a productive member of society. Transitional living facilities often offer low cost housing, and generally require current enrollment in work, school, or other treatment activities. Transitional living provides professional support, education, and a stable living environment.

Recovery Now

433A 5th Street
Roseville CA

Funding Source: AB 109 (HHS-funded), offender-paid (sliding scale determined by provider)

  • Provides residential clean and sober living for men and women
  • Resident must be participating in an outpatient recovery program
  • No in-house treatment provided

Roseville Home Start

410 Riverside Avenue
Roseville CA
(916) 782-6667

Funding Source: AB 109 (HHS-funded), donation-funded by community

  • Transitional housing for homeless families for up to one year
  • Accepts fathers and/or mothers with children
  • Includes drug and alcohol support groups, financial education, family violence, parenting classes and health clinic
  • Also offers emergency housing for homeless