We have over 25 years' experience of helping people in recovery from drug and alcohol issues.
People become dependent on drugs and alcohol for a variety of reasons. There are strong links between drug and alcohol dependency, homelessness and mental health issues. People who are dependent on drugs or alcohol can become very vulnerable and isolated. The recovery process is a difficult, emotional and continuous journey, which can be made easier with support and appropriate housing.
Since 1988, Transform has offered shared dry and drug-free housing for people who are recovering from drug and/or alcohol dependency. We work with clients to help them progress in their recoveries, rebuild their lives and maintain a fulfilling lifestyle. To reflect the different stages of the recovery process, we provide four types of dry and drug-free accommodation, each with a different level of support.
"I have been in recovery for over 10 years and have a life without alcohol."
Find a service
We offer dry and drug-free housing in the following areas. Both teams accept referrals from across Surrey. People generally need to be referred for our dry and drug-free housing from a drug and alcohol treatment programme or other support agency.
Contact the relevant local team for further details and referral criteria: