A Qualitative Study of Transgender Women and Cisgender Men Living Together in Two Recovery Homes
Oxford Houses (OH) are a peer-run sober living homes that are the largest network of recovery homes with over 2,000 in the US. They are self-run without any professional staff. The current study focused on better understanding the facilitators and barriers to OH entry for transgender individuals. The study explored ways in which transgender people found entry into the OHs and the experiences of transgender residents in OHs in comparison to cisgender residents.
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Beasley, Christopher; Callahan, Sarah; Stecker, Emily; Dekhtyar, Michael; Yang-Atian, Charmaine; Ponziano, Frank Charles; Isler, Brandon; and Jason, Leonard, "A Qualitative Study of Transgender Women and Cisgender Men Living Together in Two Recovery Homes" (2017). SIAS Faculty Publications. 867.