Your safety and shelter are based on your hierarchy of needs. Our clients often transitioning from long term inpatient and residential treatment and often require community integration and structured environment conducive to their recovery. Our reentry and recovery housing enhances your independence, dignity, personal choice and privacy. Our housing focuses on providing you a sober living environment with support from peers to increase the likelihood of sobriety and abstinence and to decrease the potential of relapses.

Acclimating Amongst Society

Our focus is to equip you with the skills and tools to regain control of your life within a structured environment. We will assist you in enhancing your skills with daily living activities to include cooking healthy meals and living a social life without the use of drugs and/or alcohol.

Developing a Support Network

In recovery, everyone has a common goal of sobriety. Our reentry and recovery housing provides you with a therapeutic community in which you will be surrounded by peers with similar experiences. The relationships you build in this stage will often become your support system as you live a life of sobriety.


We will support you in enhancing your independence. You and your peers will be entrusted with responsibilities to enhance routine structure and accountability. Our peer leaders will be available to offer peer support and transportation to and from outpatient treatment and daily meetings.


Our commitments as a Behavioral and Recovery Program

Our commitment in ensuring that each person served is actively involved in and has a significant role in the individualized treatment planning process and determining the direction of his or her plan.

Our commitment as a provider to provide best treatment practice and outcomes in everything we do. Our priority to foster an environment where all person served can recovery.

Our commitment is to enhance communities by engaging with providers and referral source in order to empower all person served. We believe creating a strong community is dependent upon determining the community needs and building upon the skills and talents that already exist in order to create change from within.


Make a positive change in your life or the life of a loved one by sending a referral to CIHS