HWP Recovery Housing Program
Recovery Housing Program (RHP) is a transitional program for adults with a minimum of six months stability from substances. A safe and supportive 5-bed home, is a place for improving emotional and physical health, while learning positive coping skills on the path to recovery and independence.
Each participant will develop a close working relationship with a Care Manager, that focuses on Enhanced Care Management and Community Supports. Together they will develop both short and long term goals towards developing participant sustainability. Evidence based support groups will be offered in the areas of recovery, social, employment, budgeting, housing navigation, and self advocacy. Care Managers work with strengths and resources of individual participants to build upon them to sustain independence. Participants attend weekly house meetings, as well as one-on-one's.
- Be an individual who is motivated and willing to take active participation in their recovery
- Be able to live in a congregate living environment
- Have six months of continuous substance abuse and mental health recovery
- Have Medical Partnership
- Be a minimum of 18 years old