Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Is Homelessness Recovery Housing? A change in semantics to accelerate the solution.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

New Publication

Recovery Housing: Best Practices and Suggested Guidelines

Recovery housing is an intervention that is specifically designed to address the recovering person’s need for a safe and healthy living environment while supplying the requisite recovery and peer supports.
This report identifies ten specific areas, or guiding principles, that will assist states and federal policy makers in defining and understanding what comprises safe, effective, and legal recovery housing. National organizations have contributed significant and valuable work in developing policies, practices, and guidance to improve recovery housing as an integral model of care. The guiding principles in this document are meant to provide an overarching framework that builds upon and extends the foundational policy and practice work that had guided the development of recovery housing to date. SAMHSA recommends following these Ten Guiding Principles to guide recovery house operators, stakeholders, and states in enacting laws designed to provide the greatest level of resident care and safety possible. 

View the Guidelines

united states department of health and human services

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