How it Works
Residents are encouraged to follow through on their Individual Living Plan.
Residents must follow through on identified goals in their recovery plan and maintain total abstinence from all mood altering chemicals.
Residents must attend weekly house meetings.
Residents are expected to attend weekly house meetings, complete assigned daily house responsibilities, and attend community based support groups, such as, NA/AA, HA, Faith Based Programs, Re-entry, Substance Abuse meetings, etc.
New Residents are expected to attend a weekly orientation group for the first 30 days to become familiar with expectations of RHR and to get their questions answered.
Recovery Houses of Rochester does not provide treatment and is not meant to replace treatment services in the community.
RHR does not provide clinical services, however, we collaborate with behavioral health system networks, and have resources that we can direct our residents to for assistance. We encourage residents to participate in outpatient programs, when appropriate, and to utilize other community resources to enhance the recovery process.
A resident who returns to using any substance will terminate their stay from the house and be recommended to a higher level of care to address the return to use. A resident can return after regaining abstinence and creating a more focused plan of recovery.
Helping men to recover from substance use dis-order
Recovery Houses of Rochester operates two recovery and transitional housing sites in the city of Rochester.