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What is Transitional Housing Services
Safe and affordable housing plays a critical role in the process of recovery from drug and alcohol abuse. Willamette Family currently has 20 Recovery Living/Transitional Housing units that provide clean, safe, drug-free living environments for clients and their families.
Benefits of the Housing Program
This extensive network is available to assist clients in safely experiencing the transition from higher levels of care back into the community and day-to-day independent living. Clients participating in the Transitional Housing program live, socialize and attend treatment with a network of individuals that are working towards the same goals of recovery and self-sufficiency.
Willamette Family has highly trained, professional and compassionate staff members who are experienced in the recovery process.
Some special services that are available include:
- Referral to a vast network of community resources
- Brief intervention counseling
- Long-term recovery planning
- In-home visits
- Parenting support
How do I access services?
Call or visit our Rapid Access Center (RAC) to complete an assessment.
8:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday through Friday (541) 762-4300
195 W. 12th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97401