Recovery housing is beneficial to individuals who need longer time in a structured environment in order to establish a solid foundation in recovery.

Residential housing provides a home-like setting where residents have additional time in a safe environment where they can focus on all dimensions of the recovery process. It is especially for people who may need more time to begin making the personal changes needed to achieve lasting recovery. Recovery housing provides a setting where people can develop an understanding of how to apply their recovery tools to everyday living. While living in housing, individuals complete intensive outpatient and continuing care, working on their individualized treatment and discharge plans.  

Living in recovery housing promotes positive connections with others and provides an opportunity to experience the richness of peer support. Residents are encouraged to return to work, volunteer or further their education.