Cedar Avenue House – A Transitional Living Network

Cedar Avenue House

The Cedar Avenue House is a 30+ bed Non-Profit male Recovery House, Sober House, 3/4 House or as we like to call ourselves a “Transitional Living Network.”

We are a non-profit corporation dedicated to providing services to chemically dependent males during early stages of recovery. Our semi-protected, homelike transitional living facility assists clients in their gradual re-entry into the community.

Our Mission

The aim of Cedar Avenue House is to maintain a healthy, supportive environment for a person to live in order to gain strength, some measure of personal security, and a chance to begin “a new life” by breaking destructive patterns of behavior.

We believe in creating a supportive environment in which our residents can retain and strengthen their sobriety, develop sober/clean living skills, and explore personal growth capabilities. With encouragement, guidance and direction, residents are given the opportunity to heal and work to reach their maximum potential and gain self-actualization.

Residents are treated as individuals. They are shown understanding, given respect and offered encouragement and help as needed.

Features and Alternative Activities

  • Fellowship meetings daily
  • In-house weekly community meetings
  • On-site resident House Manager
  • Meals included with housing fee
  • On-site personal computer with internet access
  • 1 block from public transportation SEPTA (Trains & Buses)
  • All resident rooms are Air Conditioned

“A live in – work out, home-like situation”

Anthony Viscomi- Program Director
Ray Pramov – Executive Director

100 Cedar Avenue
Croydon, PA 19021
Phone – (866) 311-6213
Fax – (215) 788-3914
“Helping People Since 1994”