"You won't stay clean hangin' with people who don't." april@backfromtheedge

Research indicates that recovery housing provides individuals with substance use disorders a greater chance achieving of long-term recovery than those who do not live in recovery-oriented environments.  

Recovery housing has been associated with numerous positive outcomes including:  

  • Decreased substance use

  • Reduced probability of relapse/re-occurrence

  • Lower rates of incarceration 

  • Higher income 

  • Increased employment  

  • Improved family functioning

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