Tim’s House became a reality in October 2008, opening its doors to provide safe and sober living for young men in recovery and working for a brighter future.
Opened in 2008, Tim’s House provides transitional housing for young men ages 18-30 who are in active recovery. Most of the residents are enrolled in the Bridges intensive substance abuse day treatment program and while at Tim’s House focus on skill development, job training, and emotional health and wellbeing.
Tim’s House provides young men in recovery with a constructive housing environment, conducive to successfully transitioning from incarceration to positively contributing to the community. This supportive residence is an option for those who have served their jail sentences and have actively participated in educational, social, and recovery programs. Tim’s House offers structure, responsibility and support, including onsite Twelve-Step meetings, house meetings, regular chore assignments, group activities, and monthly individual counseling. Tim’s House is operated by the Service League of San Mateo County, and while living in this safe, sober and structured environment, young men work in an evidence-based treatment program for addiction, acquire life skills, find employment and rebuild their lives.