Transitional Housing


CCMI's transitional housing program is a 9-12 month highly structured residential recovery program for men in recovery from drugs and alcohol who are homeless or at risk of becoming homelessness. CCMI's program seeks to give men everything they need to maintain a life free of drugs and alcohol. 

The application process involves the following steps:

1) Initial Interview – We want to get to know applicants to see if our program would be a good fit for them and if they are a good fit for the program. It’s an intense, programmed day with every hour planned from the moment they get up to the moment they sleep. It is designed to get the brain free from the fog of addiction and includes a rigorous schedule of in -house and outside AA meetings. There are also chores both at the house, in the neighborhood and at our partner church.

2) Criminal background check – We will do this for free. Applicants need to simply come into the community center with your identification during our regular hours and fill out a form. One of our notaries on staff will notarize it. Please note: because of our involvement with the church and proximity to the church, we are not able to house sex-offenders or anyone with an offense related to children.

3) Health Checks – We send applicants to the Bibb County Board of Health to screen for the following diseases: RPR, Hepatitis C, HIV/AIDS, and Tuberculosis skin test (or chest X-ray). In the case of a positive RPR or TB skin test, an applicant must receive treatment before