Housing for Men and Women in Recovery

Housing for Men in Recovery

Men in recovery from drug and/or alcohol addiction, who are homeless, and who cannot afford market rate housing may qualify for MSC’s Men’s Clean and Sober Transitional Housing Program. Participants live in shared housing in single-family homes with other men in recovery who are actively working to rebuild their lives. Program participants work with a case manager and other support staff to reduce barriers to self-sufficiency, such as mental health issues, physical disabilities, drug/alcohol treatment, employment, education, legal, and/or financial issues. Rents are based on income and a deposit is due at move-in.

Eligibility requirements:

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Single without custodial children
  • Must be homeless
  • Must verify low-income status (30% of area median income)
  • Must be enrolled in a recovery program (treatment, AA, NA, etc.)
  • Must have an income
  • Willing to participate in case management services

NOTE: Clients may have criminal history BUT it cannot include meth production, sex offenses, arson charges, or significant recent assaults.

For additional program information or availability call  253.838-6810 or email.

Housing for Women in Recovery

Women in recovery from drug and/or alcohol addiction, who are homeless, and who cannot afford market rate rent can live in a supportive, communal environment as part of MSC’s Titusville Program. Women live in an historic downtown Kent building, which offers dormitory-style housing, with individual bedrooms and common kitchen, bathroom, and living room areas. Up to 15 women live here at one time. Program participants work with a case manager and set goals. Nearly 300 women have transitioned through this program with an 80-percent success rate at maintaining long-term sobriety and retaining stable housing. All residents must be self-managed as the program does not offer onsite staff.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Single without custodial children
  • Must be homeless
  • Must verify low-income status (30% of area median income)
  • Must be enrolled in a recovery program (treatment, AA, NA, etc.)
  • Must have an income
  • Willing to participate in case management services
  • Focused on working towards self-sufficiency

For additional program details and/or availability, call 253.854.4406, ext. 146.