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Resources

  • Recovery Residence: How-To Manual
    This manual was commissioned by the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration Division of Mental Health and Addiction as a “how to” guide to assist you through the process of becoming a Recovery Residence. It is intended to be used as a point of reference as you navigate through the process of establishing your residence. 
  • A Guide for Potential Recovery Housing Residents
    This Info Sheet is intended to be distributed to individuals who may wish to seek housing with an associate of INARR. This document provides a brief overview of Recovery Housing and outlines the Four Levels of Recovery Housing available in Indiana. This document explains how addictions treatment and Recovery Housing are part of a continuum of recovery and describes what a resident can expect from living in Recovery Housing.
  • A Guide for Treatment Professionals
    This Info Sheet is intended to be distributed to professionals in the alcohol and drug treatment (AOD) field. This Info Sheet focuses on how Recovery Housing is housing, not treatment, and describes how the two may compliment one another. This document provides a brief overview of Recovery Housing, outlines the Four Levels of Recovery Housing available in Indiana, and addresses how Recovery Housing might be beneficial to clients participating in AOD treatment.
  • Recovery Housing: A Vital Resource
    This Info Sheet is intended to be distributed to the General Public – to anyone who is interested in learning more about Recovery Housing. This document provides a description of WHAT the key concepts of Recovery Housing are (recovery, living environment, peer support, and services), WHO needs Recovery Housing, and WHY Recovery Housing is needed in Indiana.