recovery house

recovery house

A residential treatment program or transitional residence for people who are overcoming the effects of drugs or alcohol or are recovering from other diseases or addictions.
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She checked into rehab at least twice in an effort to get clean and stayed at a recovery house earlier in the year.
Two years ago, he tried to open a recovery house in the community The effort failed, a victim of community opposition.
Membership consists of social events; a structured recovery program; eligibility to live in the Recovery House (a sober dorm); opportunities to apply for recovery scholarships; and a mandatory weekly, hour-long discussion meeting.
Adrianne currently works at a recovery house and Johnny continues speaking, sponsoring and helping others in recovery.
The Michigan City News Dispatch reported employees of Fifth Third Bank donated their time to build the Worthy Women recovery house in La Porte, IN to support women needing assistance after being in prison.
Living in the recovery house affords me the opportunity to avoid being around alcohol and other drugs" (Finch, 2008, p.
The allotment is just one of the activities we're providing for the recovery house residents to build their skills and self-esteem.
Carey helped create The Recovery House a psychiatric rehabilitation centre in Karachi committed to promoting recovery from mental illness through a collaborative client-centered behavioural program.
She said it is her profound hope that the alliance will in the not-too-distant future begin work on a new goal: a recovery house for Latino women.
But because he already has served 13 months in the Lane County Jail since his arrest and because he would likely qualify for time off for good behavior, Snow probably would not have gone to prison and instead would have been sent to a "halfway" or recovery house for six months and then released.
Of Wallace's time at a recovery house, he writes, "Wallace created dozens of characters, many capturing aspects of how he saw himself.
In August 2009, 23 students (11 returned from the previous year) and 13 alumni attended a move-in orientation at the Recovery House in New Brunswick.