Recovery Housing

Recovery Housing is a sober, safe, and healthy living environment that promotes recovery from alcohol and other drug use and associated problems. Individuals build resources while living in a recovery house that will continue to support their recovery as they transition to living independently and productively in the community. The strength of recovery-focused housing is its ability to provide ongoing peer support while promoting sobriety in a natural home environment.

Our client pays for a bed but gains a home and a peer supportive environment. We encourage family style dining, but everyone is open to preparing their own meals. Keeping family together is the name of the game. We want those struggling with addition or mental health disorders to have a welcoming space to live. Placement includes a single or double furnished bedroom. Placements are affordable, private pay, monthly contract renewal, and proof of residency for housing growth. Our partner sober and recovery homes take payment from the county, courts, probation department, TASC, and Children Family Service payments on behalf of our clients.


Our community partner, B Riley Sober Homes, primarily serves the LGBTQ community but also has homes for men and women in recovery. B Riley allows and promotes MAT treatment and treatment for mental illness, co-occurring disorders, other addictions and disorders. B Riley provides all members of the LGBTQ+ community and our allies a temporary, safe, affirming, recovery orientated living space while People, Places, and Dreams offer Peer Supportive Services and Advocacy, Alcohol & Drug Treatment Services, Mental Health Assessment & Treatment, and Psychotherapy to help each individual along his or her journey into long term recovery from mental disorders and substance abuse issues.
The houses offer 24 Hour Support and encouragement, connection to Peer Recovery Support, linkage to Clinical Services and Case Management, group support and house daily meetings, Linkages to ongoing Mental Health and Substance Use Treatment, AA/NA meeting participation, cooperation with reporting and documentation w/ providing agent, random and frequent urine screening, assistance with memberships to gym to strive for better physical health, and linkages to transportation.

For more information:
Tony Correa, Recovery House Coordinator
(216) 910-9015 Ext. 2




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