The majority of people in early recovery from an addictive, emotional, or eating disorder would benefit greatly by living for an extended period of time (6 months +) in a supportive living environment.
- Adults who would benefit from a community of support and accountability as they apply new recovery tools to day-to-day life
- Young Adults who require habilitation, i.e. basic living skills
- Older Adults who would benefit from one-on-one attention as well as community support as they establish a new purpose in life
- Chronic Relapsers who would benefit from practical application of recovery tools to day-to-day life
- Those who are returning from a treatment environment and would benefit from a step-down supportive living environment
- Those with co-occurring issues
- Professionals who need continued monitoring for career purposes