At Recovery Center, we recognize that addiction truly is a family disease that impacts all members of the family from the unborn child to the grandparents. We are proud to support the whole family through the program and network of area resources that we work closely with such as social services, public health, medical and mental health providers, area schools, churches and so much more! We welcome pregnant women that desire to birth a healthy, drug-free baby and are very honored to have had many newborn babies born while at Recovery Center.
Sober transitional housing is available for males, females, and families with children of any age on a month-to-month basis for a small rental fee while receiving treatment services. Sober housing may continue after treatment completion for as long as residents continue to abide by housing rules. Residents are required to pay their own rent, food and personal needs. Some of the amenities of our modest sober transitional housing include: air conditioning, onsite washer & dryer, Wi-Fi, telephone and TV (Amazon Prime Video/Netflix). We currently offer housing in Paynesville and Litchfield.
Living in sober transitional housing allows for structure, support, guidance and resources for clients as they strengthen their recovery. Some of the housing rules include a morning and nightly curfew, daily chores, lawn care including snow removal, random drug testing, daily house checks by staff to ensure proper cleanliness and conduct and accountability through using the Whereabouts line. We also require residents to be engaged in meaningful activities such as pursuing an education, work or volunteer services within the community. Research shows that most people lack the proper supports to allow for personal growth to foster long-term recovery so we tailor our housing program around what works!
Life Skills Management services are offered to help rebuild lives and achieve the ultimate goal to transition from sober housing to independent housing with support throughout the process. Parenting education and help to access support services for children such as special education services, mental health therapy, medical screening and care are offered. We want all members of the family to heal from the hurts of addiction so the cycle can be broken and the suffering can end.