Transitional Housing

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Our transitional housing programs allow residents to stay in housing for 6-24 months while tenants reintegrate into an independent lifestyle. All transitional housing programs are rent subsidized and based on income qualifications and the level of need of each individual applicant.

Our tenants are monitored by staff and provided with supportive services if needed, with the ultimate goal of insuring that our tenants can remain on the right path to move into a more independent living situation. Learn more about transitional housing opportunities and see more photos here.

Transitional Housing options include:

Horizon House – Group homes for young adults ages 18-22 throughout Summit County. Residents must be in school or working; a life management plan is designed for each resident.  Youth may stay 2 years or until education is completed, supportive programming offered including on-site resident advisors. 

Burton & Sherman Place – These group homes in Akron offer three-quarter way housing for single men and women just leaving treatment.  

peachtreePeachtree Estates I – Offers six units of housing in Cuyahoga Falls for single, recovering mothers who are being reunited with their children.  Residents may stay up to 2 years.

Project Hope – Located in scattered areas throughout the county, this program is for recovering single men and women.  Home furnishings are provided and residents have the ability to graduate and receive a savings check at the end of the 2 year program. 

Community Health Center’s housing programs are managed by OMCDC. Download a housing application or call 330-315-3718 for more information.