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Living Clean and Inspired empowers men by providing safe and healthy recovery homes
Flexible, supportive, recovery-focused housing is the SOLUTION.


Recovery Homes Help People in Early Recovery

“For people who are newly sober, recovery housing can provide time and support as they learn how to sustain long-term recovery.”

“These homes are a good alternative because they provide safe and healthy environments that support residents in their recovery. These communities empower people by providing support as they transition towards living independent and productive lives in their respective communities. Recovery homes offer a unique alternative to harm reduction—a component of the Housing First model—for individuals whose main goal is to find a sober living environment.”

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“Without the availability of flexible, supportive, recovery-focused housing options, people are less likely to recover from addiction and more likely to face continued issues that impact their well-being, families, and communities. These issues include higher health care costs stemming from unaddressed substance use; high use of emergency departments and public health care systems; higher risk for involvement with law enforcement and incarceration; and an inability to obtain and maintain employment.” – Stephanie Pellitt at The National Council for Behavioral Health

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Recovery Housing is a housing model that uses substance use-specific services, peer support, and physical design features to support individuals and families on a particular path to recovery from addiction, typically emphasizing abstinence


“Recovery residences promote recovery through social model recovery by providing four supportive dimensions and upholding core recovery principles, thereby increasing recovery capital.”

“The purpose of a recovery residence is to provide a safe and healthy living environment to initiate and sustain recovery—defined as abstinence from alcohol and other non-prescribed drug use and improvement in one’s physical, mental, spiritual, and social wellbeing. Individuals build resources while living in a recovery residence that will continue to support their recovery as they transition to living independently and productively in the community.”