Recovery houses are places where someone who is recovering from an addiction to drugs or alcohol can find a safe, stable, substance-free place to live. They are also sometimes called sober living houses, halfway houses, or transition houses.
Recovery housing may require residents to follow certain rules. For example, no drinking or drugs allowed. But these rules can help residents change their behavior and stay sober.
If you’re looking for recovery housing for yourself or a loved one, check out the resources below. Consider housing certified by Ohio Recovery Housing, which sets standards for care and support.
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Ongoing every Thursday from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. at Compassion Church (formerly High Mill Church). View schedule & information.