Transitional Living Facilities

Transitional living facilities serve men, women, and even families who need support after treatment.

We provide food, shelter, stability and support so our residents can focus on their treatment without complications from stress and other emotional triggers.

Short-Term Transitional Living for Women

SCHH provides an eight bed Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF) for women. Residents get direct communication with case managers, financial planning assistance, and help setting realistic goals. Family oriented activities foster engagement and relationship building.

Day-to-needs are cared for so that women can focus on their recovery. Daily mentorship and in-house group sessions foster a family environment where each resident knows they have the support they need to meet their goals. The overarching goal is to give our residents a timely, productive, and sober return to independence.

Short-Term Transitional Living for Men

Uniquely designed for men to focus on their recovery, SCHH provides an eight bed Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF) for men with mental health or addiction issues.

The home-like atmosphere is our original facility granted a charter in 1969 to serve the elderly and those with mental or physical issues. As the need for a facility with a focus on mental health and addiction treatment has grown, the home answered the call and is now a transitional living facility.

The overarching goal is to give our residents a timely, productive, and sober return to independence.

We provide proven services to aid each person in their individual recovery plan. We work hand-in-hand with Sheboygan County Health and Human Services.

Our trained staff works to establish trust and two-way communication with our residents. Daily mentorship and in-house group sessions foster a family environment where each resident knows they have the support they need to meet their goals.

Potter's Place

Residents of Potter's Place must be graduates of the SCHH program.

This four unit apartment building is designed for longer term stays at below market rents. Residents continue to access SCHH support services.

One unit, a two-bedroom, has been allocated to families in need with children in the school district.

 

Transitional Living in Sheboygan

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