Certified Recovery Residences that provide time and support for sustainable, long-term recovery.
For people seeking recovery, housing solutions that provide time and support for sustainable, long-term recovery are essential. In fact, SAMHSA has identified safe and stable housing as one of the four main dimensions to recovery. Recovery Residences are a viable and cost-effective alternative to established recovery-oriented systems of care. Certified Recovery Residences provide stable, structured, safe, and healthy environments that support residents as they develop new skills to live a sustainable life. These homes provide safe and healthy environments that support residents in recovery support as they transition towards living independently and productively in their communities. Second, DMHA provides a full review and certification process for recovery residences who wish to receive funding related to various state-led grant programs. This oversight process ensures that people seeking recovery housing have access to services that meet the state requirements.