The nonprofit Barbara K. Brooks Transition House helps women regain their footing and boost their self-confidence to pursue a clean, productive and happy life.

The Barbara K. Brooks Transition House provides a safe, sober, and structured living environment for women who have recently completed drug or alcohol rehabilitation. Our home in Georgetown, Delaware is one of the first group homes for typically traumatized and vulnerable women, who must re-enter a world filled with challenges. In small group settings, women support each other while learning about personal financial stability, job skills and searches, social interaction, and spiritual growth.

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Founded in 2016 in memory of a long-time advocate of women’s causes in southern Delaware, this structured sober home helps women renew their lives.

Do you or a loved one need a safe and supportive sober home?

Women entering the world after drug and alcohol rehabilitation are often vulnerable and alone, making it easier — despite their best efforts — to relapse. If you or a loved one need a safe haven from old habits, the Barbara K. Brooks Transition House offers a peaceful and supportive environment to begin building strength and self-sufficiency.

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Make a lasting difference in the lives of women who are ready to regain control of their lives.

While many communities have transition homes for men, very few exist for women. Women’s needs are very different from men’s, and women are even more vulnerable after rehab. The Barbara K. Brooks Transition House is a new transition home designed just for women and their special needs after rehabilitation.

The Barbara K. Brooks Transition House is a charitable 501(c)3 organization. Your tax-deductible donation will help fill a void that has existed far too long.


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make a positive and lasting
difference in a woman’s life.