Serenity Village Transitional Housing


A Program of North County Serenity House

Serenity Village provides transitional housing and peer support for women and women with children working on their recovery.

Serenity Village Transitional Housing opened in 2007 for women and women with children up to the age of 5 that have successfully completed a substance use disorder treatment program, and who would otherwise be homeless. Transitional housing makes it possible for our women to work and/or go to school while living in a community with peer support and sobriety.

The site offers 8 houses – each has three bedrooms and three baths with a community kitchen, dining, and living areas. Residents may stay up to 24 months while they establish the resources and supports they need in the community to thrive in their recovery.

Housing is available up to 24 months for women who:

  • Complete a substance use disorder treatment program
  • Have an income as rent is based on family household income
  • Participate in self-sufficiency classes and continuing recovery


Phone: (760) 522-1573

130 S. Fig Street,
Escondido, CA 92025

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