Our houses, located in Salisbury, Maryland and Georgetown, Delaware are available for individuals who require a more structured environment in the early stages of recovery. Our Recovery Housing options are available to patients who discharge from our Inpatient and Partial Hospital Programs, but individuals can also self-refer, or be referred in by other community organizations.
Residents in our recovery houses obtain employment, attend 12-step meetings, and enroll in and complete an outpatient treatment program. They contribute to the daily operations of the house and participate in all house activities. All residents have access to an in-house Employment Readiness Center to work on resumes and look for employment online.
Residents in our Delaware Recovery Houses, which are partially funded by Delaware's Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health, receive case managment services and are offered life skills groups weekly. Residents are also encouraged to engage in social activities both in the housing setting and out in the community. Additionally, a Peer Recovery Coach is on-staff and available to every resident.
Our Halfway Housing for Women and Children in Salisbury is licensed by the State of Maryland as ASAM Level 3.1, Clinically Managed Low-Intensity Residential Services. Eligibility for this program is determined by The Center for Clean Start, a program of The Worcester County Health Department, which assists pregnant and post-partum women experiencing difficulty with alcohol and/or drugs.