Permanent supportive housing is designed for individuals who wish to maintain their sobriety in a supportive sober living community. Eligible individuals must have successfully completed an alcohol and drug recovery support program. Residents in permanent supportive housing enjoy independent living in a sober living community of accountability with other recovery support program graduates. All permanent supportive housing residents must make a commitment to maintain their sobriety and hold themselves accountable to others in the community. At present, we have a capacity in two permanent supportive housing residences to accommodate 12 individuals. Since this is permanent supportive housing, (not transitional housing) there is no time limit on how long an individual may stay. This program has proven successful in helping individuals maintain long-term sobriety.
- Some units are single occupancy, while other units are shared with one other individual in recovery. Each resident in shared units has his own locked bedroom with shared common areas.
- Monthly meetings of residents are held to discuss any concerns as well as offer residents an opportunity to meet for support.
- Graduates enjoy independent living in a community of accountability with other recovery support program graduates.
- All permanent supportive housing residents must abstain from alcohol and drug use, demonstrate self-sustainability and pay monthly rent.