Transitional housing in Dover Base Housing helps recovering addicts and alcoholics integrate back into society and return to work or school while maintaining and strengthening the foundation of recovery they developed after attending a primary Alcohol Rehab and Drug Rehabilitation Program. Transitional housing programs in Dover Base Housing provide a way for people recovering from alcohol and drug addiction to be reintroduced back into the mainstream of life with a focus on personal responsibility, accountability, career development, college education, and continued sober life skills. Some Alcohol Treatment and Drug Rehab Programs in Dover Base Housing will offer transitional housing as a final component of recovery after the initial primary phases of the recovery program are completed. Most Drug Rehabilitation and Alcohol Rehabs providing transitional housing in Dover Base Housing require tenants to actively participate in group meetings as well as some community service functions. Transitional housing in Dover Base Housing is intended to provide stability for a limited amount of time, usually 6 to 24 months, allowing enough time to transition to an independent living situation.