Roads to Recovery’s Residential Recovery Program offers the structure of single-gender homes with a Resident Manager, 24-hour, 7-days a week supervision, and the resources of the Roads to Recovery Center to provide comprehensive recovery management services.
Intensive support during early recovery, and continuing support for an extended period of time greatly increase the likelihood that participants will sustain their recovery and achieve productive citizenship in our community. Roads to Recovery’s homes may serve individuals before, during, and/or upon exiting treatment or other programs.
Not only is Roads to Recovery’s recovery management model more cost-efficient than multiple treatment admissions or incarceration, Roads to Recovery offers the positive option of a community-based alternative that can work for both front-end and re-entry programs within the criminal justice system. Our unique combination of resources, including an evidence-based recovery management program and Certified Peer Recovery Specialists, allows Roads to Recovery to create an array of non-clinical alternatives to match each individual’s stage of recovery.
Roads to Recovery’s Recovery Residences conform to the National Alliance of Recovery Residences (NARR) Standards for Level 2: Monitored Recovery Residences. Length of stay is open-ended to support long-term recovery and emphasis is placed on community, accountability, and service in a culture of peer support. All residents sign a contract to which they are accountable on a daily basis, with support and supervision from peer mentors in long-term recovery.
House rules include no alcohol or other drug use in any form; drug tests are administered on entry, for cause and randomly as warranted. Recovery management plans include mutual support meetings, getting a job, and community service.
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Residents of ROADS TO RECOVERY’s homes will:
Be adults (emancipated minors and under 18 considered on a case by case basis);
Be medically stable (not in need of detox or other immediate medical attention);
Be in or seeking recovery and willing to participate in a structured program of recovery (not necessarily limited to AA/NA, and not just sober living);
Not have recent violent crimes (individual situations considered on a case by case basis);
Be able to function/participate in a recovery management residential program (e.g. stable on meds if applicable);
Be able to pay $135/week program fees plus $350 admission fee (or good prospects for getting a job soon and willing to pursue employment with assistance from Roads to Recovery staff; individual situations considered case by case);
Meet applicable income guidelines (Monroe House); and
Willingness to commit to a minimum of 6 months’ stay and goal of lifelong recovery.
All potential residents will be interviewed by the Admissions Specialists and admission decisions will be made promptly.
For more information call our office at (434) 455-0053.