What is Supportive Housing?

What is Supportive Housing?

A recovery residence, or halfway houses (as they’re commonly referred to), are a great tool to recovery from addiction and a number of other conditions. But, they differ from sober housing environments in a few different ways. Basically, recovery residences are homes which help to assimilate individuals back into work or school once their treatment program concludes. This helps to keep individuals motivated to remain sober while they attempt to utilize what they’ve learned throughout their time in treatment. Additionally, it offers support from peers who are also in the earliest days of their recovery. We offer a few different opportunities for individuals who wish to look for help after graduating from a treatment program in both St. Augustine, Florida and Asheville, North Carolina. But, a recovery residence, as mentioned, is meant to meet the needs of individuals who are no longer enrolled in a treatment program.

The Benefits of a Recovery Residence

The transition from inpatient addiction treatment care to a regular daily life outside of treatment can be extremely challenging. During inpatient substance abuse treatment, individuals are protected from the triggers and negative influences that they will face upon return to society that can lead to a drug or alcohol relapse. A recovery residence supports sustained recovery after treatment by providing addicts and alcoholics in early recovery with much needed stability in a safe, structured, and supportive environment free from drugs and alcohol. This is the perfect setting for those in early recovery that makes building a foundation for long-term sobriety possible.

Willow Place Housing Offers:

Structure & Routine
A place to build healthy relationships
Sober fun