The Transition House, Inc. has developed valuable community partners and behavioral health resources over the years that work with us to assist our clients and their families. Our community partners are a vital part of th…
The Transition House
Since 1993 The Transition House Inc. has been listening to the community and filling the need for services for individuals that have been unable to find their way through the disease of addiction and mental health. We help people find their solutions and learn the skills to remain in recovery and stay healthy.
Through all struggles, whether it is substance use disorders, anxiety, depression, domestic violence, post-traumatic stress disorders, homelessness, poor health and wellness or someone just needing guidance on making healthier choices in their lives, we are here to guide and empower you into your own personal recovery.
The Transition House Inc. since 1993 has worked with diverse populations ranging from Veterans, children, family systems, those involved in the Justice System, homeless and chronically homeless individuals. We are a diverse agency and encompass many different cultures, counseling techniques and evidenced based practices. It is this reason why our staff are able to provide the best services and approach each client’s issues in a holistic manner to work on a full recovery. Our goal is to provide guidance and empower our clients to make healthy choices.
Empowering people to make healthier choices and strive for a better quality of life.
When the Transition House was established in 1993 in St. Cloud, Florida, we began as a halfway house, providing substance abuse treatment and transitional housing for men. Our goal was to assist homeless men with alcohol or drug …
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