ARC’s Transition Programs offer low cost housing to men and women in the early stages of sobriety who are transitioning to the next level of care.

Transition housing provides much needed support during a critical time in recovery. ARC’s Certified Recovery Mentors (CRMs) help clients establish a path to a better life through a safe and monitored re-integration into the community.  ARC’s Sustained Treatment and Recovery (S.T.A.R.), program also offers extended treatment services at all levels of care up to one year, and may include housing at Naumes Cottage or Kelley House.

Naumes Cottage houses up to four women and up to two infants or toddlers.  Kelley House has beds for eight men and is currently utilized under contract with Jackson County Mental Health.

The house at 923 W. Main in Medford, previously used as additional office space, is currently being prepared for retrofitting to become a transition house.  When the transition house is opened, it will provide 6 beds for men and Kelley House will then be available for women and small children.

*Women’s housing at Naumes Cottage is funded in part by the Reed and Carolee Walker Foundation