Transitioning into every day life after rehab is challenging. You may fear that you'll fall back into the same dangerous patterns. You can make your transition easier by living in housing from Stop The Heroin. 98% of our residents come directly from rehab centers or intensive out patient treatment programs. You'll be surrounded by people who have struggled with the same challenges as you have.
Admission to our recovery homes is application and scholarship based. The main requirement is a willingness to stay clean-our houses aren't boarding houses or hotels; they're centers for sober living. Our residents are required to join a fellowship NA or AA, get a sponsor and begin looking for work.
Recovery is a difficult process, but it's easier with support. Apply to live at Stop The Heroin today.
Are you in need of a place to stay after leaving rehab? It can be hard to find affordable housing and even harder to find a sober community to join.
Housing at Stop The Heroin is often covered by scholarships upfront or by donations from non-profits and help groups. You may come to one of our houses with only the clothing on your back. That's why we strive to offer a supply of necessities, including: