Secure, Gender-Specific Recovery Residences

We Offer Transitional Living Residences at Six Locations in Lancaster County

Designed to welcome individuals for up to one year, our transitional living homes offer an inviting environment that is specifically attuned to the unique issues confronting both men and women in recovery as they endeavor to re-enter society.

Once the decision is made to live in transitional housing, residents take comfort in knowing they’re in a safe and supportive setting. Each home is beautifully appointed and located in the community with easy access to bus stops, local businesses, grocery stores, and additional support services.

Each residence is also equipped with all the resources necessary for a comfortable modern lifestyle, including supplemental food, cleaning supplies, a washer and dryer, and kitchen appliances. In addition, Transitional Living residents have access to cable, a desktop computer, a phone, and high-speed internet.

We’re Not Just a Treatment Facility

Our on-site house managers live and breathe recovery. They know its pitfalls well because many have faced the daunting challenges of recovery first-hand. Armed with hard-earned wisdom and insight, our transition specialists closely monitor every resident while urging active participation in a 12-step program, including regular attendance at meetings, obtaining a sponsor, and engaging in recovery-oriented events.  

You can also be assured that The Gatehouse Transitional Living doesn’t necessarily mean all work and no play. Truth is, our transitional living team regularly comes together to plan fun, lighthearted group activities such as monthly dinners, bowling nights, and holiday parties for everyone to enjoy.

We invite you to learn more about our six picturesque transitional residences located throughout Lancaster County. Each provides a calm, serene environment for recovery. Click here to learn more about our transitional recovery housing. 

To learn more about how we provide residents with peaceful accommodations away from distractions so they can focus on recovery, and why they are so much more than halfway houses, click here for our brochure.