• Hannah Schilling
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    Recovery housing provides a substance-free living environment combined with supportive services such as peer support, employment, transportation and other assistance for people in recovery from addiction. It gives people time to develop sustained recovery while rebuilding other aspects of their lives. Research published in the journal “Psychiatric Services” has found that people with substance use disorders who live in recovery housing have a greater chance of achieving long-term recovery than those who do not.

    The Recovery Housing Resource Guide is a list of recovery housing facilities in Interact for Health’s 20-county service area. The information was collected through a survey that was accessible between August 2019 and January 2020 in collaboration with Miami University research teams.
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