Recovery Housing is an important component of the “Recovery Model” continuum of services. It is characterized as a safe and healthy living environment that promotes abstinence from alcohol and other drugs while promoting participation in recovery supports. Recovery houses do not provide drug or alcohol treatment. Recovery housing focuses on the social model of recovery, peer support, accountability, relapse prevention strategies, and employment skills training as residents transition to living independently and productively in the community. Living with like-minded people can be a great boost to maintaining sobriety. Click here for a list of local housing providers.
For more information on recovery housing visit www.ohiorecoveryhousing.org