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Recovery Housing

Designated housing environments to support people in recovery

Recovery Housing Can Change Lives

A brief by the National Council for Behavioral Health summarized the positive outcomes for residents of recovery housing:

  • Decreased substance use
  • Reduced probability of relapse/recurrence
  • Lower rates of incarceration
  • Higher income
  • Improved family functioning
  • Raised self esteem and self confidence

SAFE Project knows recovery housing needs more support. To be a part of the solution, SAFE Project provides education on quality recovery housing and the different types of recovery homes that exist. By doing this, we reduce stigma and help grow recovery communities throughout the nation.

Downloadable Resources

Choosing High-Quality Recovery Housing Workbook

SAFE Project believes that quality recovery housing should be defined by the individual and tailored to suit their specific needs. Below is a resource to assist you in your search.

A Community Case For
Recovery Housing

Learn more about the importance of communities investing in community housing and ways to support these movements with our comprehensive overview

Recovery Housing Locator

SAFE Project has developed a first-of-its-kind recovery housing locator with national partners from across the country in order to increase access for those seeking recovery housing and support. SAFE Project works to address gaps and provide educational materials that support owners and operators in order to stabilize the recovery housing landscape, increase quality, reduce stigma, and help grow recovery-friendly communities for individuals and families throughout the nation.

Are you seeking a treatment facility, family resources, or recovery housing?

Are you a recovery housing owner or operator?

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