Breaking the Cycle Recovery house offer a cleans and sober living environment for those who may need it. We have 10 beds for women in recovery and 12 beds for men in recovery.
Provide a positive, safe, peer-led, peer-driven, empowering Person-Centered environment supporting all pathways to recovery for individuals to recovery from active substance use disorders
Recovery houses are safe, healthy, substance free living environments that support individuals in recovery from substance use disorders/active addiction. Recovery housing benefits individuals in recovery by creating a safe environment where change can occur, reinforcing a substance-free lifestyle, and directly connecting to other peers in Recovery, mutual support groups, and recovery support services.
Peer Support is integral to Recovery from substance use disorders. The social model approach includes using mutual support groups, involving residents in decision making and house governance, using lived personal recovery experience to help others, emphasizing Person-Centered Recovery Planning (PCRP) as an interaction between the individual and their environment. The physical environment, house meetings, Participation by all house members, and policies are all designed to foster the social model approach to Recovery.