When you recover, you get your life back. Not just for you, but for your family as well. When you recover, life becomes worth living again. As you begin to heal, the people around you begin to heal as well, because the healing power of recovery is contagious!
If you lived in a recovery house for any length of time, we are interested in your story. Tell us about what went right, and what could have gone better. Share your story to help others. Thanks!
- The Recovery Housing Team
Recovery Housing Coalition of Connecticut (RHCC)
Established October 2004
At a time when access to affordable, quality recovery options has been significantly diminished, the Recovery House movement is a bright light on the horizon. Across the state individuals in recovery have quietly created a number of dignified, safe recovery environments where people, in early recovery as well as those who have a history of recovery, are given the time needed to rebuild their lives. Recovery Houses not only help to develope the tools necessary to embark on a life of recovery, but also positively impact the quality of that recovery.
The coalition meets the first Tuesday of every month from 7:00 to 9:00 pm.