Recovery Housing

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The Recovery Housing Program is a state-funded option for individuals wanting to initiate and sustain recovery efforts in a safe, stable living environment. Benefits of Recovery Housing access includes:

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Safe environment

Safe environment
This transitional housing provides a physically and emotionally safe, secure, and respectful environment for individuals with the chronic disease of addiction. Recovery houses often have one live-in staff responsible for the management of the house.

Structured living

Structured living
Daily and weekly schedules and routines provide structure for individuals to focus on physical, social, mental, and community wellness. Regular house meetings, group activities, and community volunteering foster accountability.

Community Integration

Community Integration
Connecting individuals to their local community to build individual resources and adapt to a recovery lifestyle improves social connections and feelings of acceptance.

Support Network

Support Network
A 24-hour network of peers and trained staff dedicated to recovery provides encouragement and support when needed. Individuals often have opportunities to become mentors to other residents fostering individual and community dependability.

Rules Responsibilities

Rules and responsibilities
Following rules, paying rent, and completing delegated tasks while being involved in work, school, or treatment instills a sense of purpose and increases self-esteem.

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Program Benefits

The Recovery Housing Program pays for up to 12 weeks of Recovery Housing rent expenses for eligible, enrolled individuals.

Eligibility

To be eligible for the Recovery Housing Program, an individual must meet the following criteria:

  • ND Resident and
  • Age 18 or older and
  • Experiencing a substance use disorder and
  • One of the following:
    • Currently enrolled in a Department of Human Services Public Assistance Program or
    • Currently enrolled in a Behavioral Health Division substance use disorder or community program or
    • Household income is at or below 200% Federal Poverty Guidelines
Application Process

An individual who is interested in participating in the Recovery Housing Program should contact the participating Recovery Housing Program provider of their choice to start the application process. See below for a current list of participating providers.

Participating Provider List

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Provider Resources

Thank you for your interest and/or participation in the Recovery Housing Program!

For information on participating with the Recovery Housing Program, click here.

 

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