Located in Bozeman, Recovery House offers a
sober living environment for women. To refer someone to Recovery House call ADSGC at 586-5493.
Recovery House offers a sober living environment
for up to 7 women. Residents have alcohol and/or drug dependence as their primary issue, and are currently in or awaiting placement in
any phase of treatment through Alcohol and Drug Services of Gallatin County (ADSGC).
The house has a therapeutic setting
A house manager and/or other qualified staff are on site. ADSGC provides Outpatient Treatment. A case manager works with the counselor
and house members to assist with job searches, mental health referrals (when appropriate),
along with educational and other issues. AA facilitates a meeting at the house every Saturday.
House members invest in their living environment
by maintaining several responsibilities including cleaning, cooking, and contributing $300 per month for room and board. Other areas in which
the house members may choose to invest their time might be tending to the garden, animals, and house maintenance issues.
House members are responsible for
Applicants may be referred by any number of sources, or they may refer themselves
- scheduling their own appointments outside of the house. Those with transportation issues coordinate with the house manager and case
manager for rides to appointments.
- holding a job. If they do not have a job when they are accepted, they will need to obtain employment within 30 days of admission.
- adhering to the house member contract, a document that contains all policies each member must follow in order to continue on as a resident of
Their application is reviewed by a selection panel. Openings in the house are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. A waiting list
accommodates any overflow of applications.
To refer someone to Recovery House call ADSGC at 586-5493.
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