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WE SUPPORT PERSONS IN RECOVERY BY EXPANDING ACCESS TO QUALITY RECOVERY HOUSING 

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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  • Stay Informed – Minimum Wage & Recovery Housing

    When it comes to recovery housing, it is important to stay informed about what cases are making their way through the legal system as they can often have a significant impact.  The department of labor has filed a lawsuit against a recovery housing provider in California regarding whether or not they should pay “housing managers” […]

    By NEORRN | January 6, 2018

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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 | January 3, 2018

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  • Request Recovery Housing in Advance – A New Approach to Planning

    You can now submit your request for recovery housing in advance and have that information shared with our network of recovery housing providers. If you know in advance of your expected discharge date from treatment or some other setting you can complete a basic form on our website and we will share your request with […]

    By NEORRN | January 1, 2018

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