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We are the Northeast Ohio resource for recovery housing information. We share current recovery housing information with individuals who are seeking recovery housing as part of a long term recovery plan, the general public and the professional service community.  Our quality improvement initiatives include education, tools and resources for existing and upcoming recovery housing providers.  Our network provides opportunities for the exchange of information and ideas to support the continuous growth of quality recovery housing.  We hope that you can join us!   

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  • FREE Webinar – BRSS TACS

    COMMUNITY BASED RECOVERY SUPPORTS FOR MILITARY SERVICE MEMBERS, VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES  The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Bringing Recovery Supports to Scale Technical Assistance Center Strategy (BRSS TACS) invites you to a conversation with experts about the unique needs of veterans and active duty personnel who are in or may be seeking […]

    By NEORRN | November 9, 2017

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  • Do Ohio Landlord/Tenant Laws Apply to Recovery Housing?

    Yes. There are regularly scheduled Free Fair Housing and Landlord/Tenant trainings where you can learn more about your responsibilities as a housing provider.  Check our calendar regularly to see if one is scheduled near you.  You can also visit our resource center for helpful information related to recovery housing management. Questions? Contact us.      […]

    By NEORRN | November 1, 2017

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  • Supporting Individual Decision Making – MAT

    The Shared Decision Making Tool… Medication Assisted Treatment has been accepted by the medical community as an option for many individuals to sustain recovery. Unfortunately many individuals avoid asking about it or pursuing it as an option due to peers not supporting it.  With recovery housing, many providers will not accept individuals receiving MAT.  For […]

    By NEORRN | October 15, 2017

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