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At Neil Kennedy Recovery Centers, patients engaged in our Partial Hospitalization Program have an opportunity to participate in a recovery supportive community living program. After completion of inpatient treatment, it is critical that those in the beginning stages of recovery continue to seek and receive support in a healthy, sober environment.
Our housing programs are for men and women ages 18 and older. In our community living program, patients are immersed in a stable, substance-free setting, surrounded by a community of people committed to recovery, practicing daily recovery skills, and active in an outpatient counseling program.
If you are interested in learning more about our Supportive Community Living options, please schedule an evaluation to determine your eligibility at 330-744-1181.
Sober living houses are facilities that are designed to provide safe, drug and alcohol-free housing, and a supportive, structured environment for people graduating from drug rehab programs. Sober living houses serve as a transition between rehabilitation and the outside world.
Yes. Many of the residents in our sober living homes continue to go to work, attend school, and participate in community events. We encourage our residents to engage with the outside world in healthy, meaningful ways to help ensure a successful transition to life outside of our programs.
If you or a loved one have undergone primary treatment for alcohol or substance use disorder and are unsure of what to do next, contact us. We are more than happy to discuss our extended care programs and guide you towards a post-treatment plan that works best for your needs.
Yes. Our clinicians perform regular drug testing on all residents.