Transitional Housing at Soaring Heights Recovery Homes

Our mission at Soaring Heights Recovery Homes is to provide safe, secure, and structured housing for individuals transitioning to a substance free, self-supporting life.

Soaring Heights is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation in Marion County , Oregon. Your generous donation is needed to help us operate. All gifts are tax-deductible.

Structured Living

Residents have the opportunity to practice the skills they need to be successful community members.

Peer Support

Through shared understanding, respect, and mutual empowerment, peer support helps people become and stay engaged in the recovery process.

Supportive Environment

We create a community to walk alongside those impacted by addiction and homelessness.

Our recovery homes have been described as, “Houses of Hope.” Our transitional houses provide a structured living environment for those who struggle with substance use disorders and want to change their lives.

Individuals will have the opportunity to maintain residence at Soaring Heights for up to 18 months. During this time, you will be guided and supported while you develop new sober relationships, restore life skills, gain independence, transition back into mainstream society, and move on to permanent housing.

At Soaring Heights, we utilize a Social Model of Recovery. With this model we are able to emphasize the process of relearning the challenges and stressors that daily life often presents by having positive role models. This is implemented by starting with an individualized, needs-driven assessment and identifying outside resources to harness change and self-sufficiency. We also have a Certified Recovery Mentor on site, where we are able to assist in working through the barriers to success and implement a plan of action for care outside and inside of the homes. Because of this, we get to celebrate when the individual learns to lead sober, productive lives in communities.

Miracles Happen—

Before I was able to get into Soaring Heights, I was homeless living outside of the capitol building. Getting into Soaring Heights saved my life. I would have lost my life to addiction. While at Soaring Heights I got a job, and eventually moved into my apartment. I got my cat Lunar back. Upon getting housed through Salem Housing, I’m enrolled in Edgewater Community Garden and on my way back to employment. Sobriety has taken a long time for me, and the only way to do this change is through our Father Jesus Christ!

Housing Options

If you’re looking for sober living, and interested in becoming a member of the Soaring Heights family

The Oriole House

Provides housing for up to 8 women with or without minor children. It is a large, spacious house on a corner lot and is located in a good neighborhood.

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The Falcon House

Provides housing for up to 5 men with or without minor children. This nice, single level property is located in a private cul-de-sac with a large, fenced backyard.

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The Robin's Nest

Provides housing for up to 7 women with or without minor children. This home is newly remodeled inside and out. It is a large, spacious house located in a good neighborhood close to transportation and shopping.

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Success Stories

Eric’s Story

Eric’s Story

I started using meth at the age of 13 in Sacramento California. After a lengthy term in prison and numerous felonies I decided to move to Oregon for a fresh start. I landed in Medford in 2010 where I got my GED and associate degree in Diesel Technology. I was high the...

Elizabeth’s Story

Elizabeth’s Story

My name is Elizabeth. I am 48 yrs. old. I’m from Hermiston, Oregon. On Nov 7, 2023, I moved into the Soaring Heights Recovery homes in Keizer OR. I first started my journey on June 21, 2023, where I entered myself into the Powerhouse Treatment Center in Hermiston to...

Amber’s Story

Amber’s Story

May of 2023, I moved to Oregon from California. While in California, things seemed to move quickly but then halted. I had a month clean, got into a program, and found housing but, where I was living was not a great fit for me. I prayed and asked God to put me...


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