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The Recovery Residency Program 

The Recovery Residency is a 24-hour staff supervised, residential housing program for persons served who are participating in treatment that would otherwise have no supportive recovery environment. Life Treatment Centers has two separate Recovery Residencies: one for men and one for women. Residential persons served will receive education about basic life skills, and any other case management services necessary to move towards independent living. The person served is assigned a counselor that can be met with up to weekly and attend Relapse Prevention Groups twice a week.

Individual strengths, barriers, and needs will be identified to better individualize the type of treatment a person served receives. Persons served will learn skills to enhance personal functioning in treatment as well as their daily lives. They will also gain a support network to achieve long term abstinence.

Recovery Residency Program

If you are entering into our Recovery Residency Program below is a list of additional items that you will need to bring with you. Please note that once admitted, you are on a 72-hour restriction and are unable to leave the building. Please make sure that you have everything you need. If you have forgotten an item, you may call someone who can drop off the item with the front desk.

  • Proof of TB results within past 3 months. If you have not received a TB test or do not
    have proof of a current TB, one will be provided on site.
  • Seasonally appropriate, comfortable clothing for two weeks.¬†(one piece of luggage)
  • Socks and undergarments
  • Bedding for a twin size bed/sheet set, pillow, twin size comforter (preferably new or
    freshly washed)
  • Towel/washcloth (preferably new or freshly washed)
  • Toiletries/all non-aerosol (shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, body wash, lotion)
  • Laundry detergent (if you intend on using our laundry facilities)
  • Any medications you are currently prescribed, in their original prescription bottles. Non-prescription medications such as vitamins need to be in unopened packages.