Jellinek Society's recovery house is not-for-profit, abstinence based, 17 bed home, for men recovering from alcoholism and drug addiction that, after treatment, need time and support transitioning towards independence living.
We offer a supportive 12 Step based residence for men whose lives have been seriously disrupted by their addiction. They may have no steady jobs or homes to go to, be disconnected from families and children, or have homes and families but due to tensions at home may have a better chance to remain abstinent and in recovery if they live apart from the family for a while.
The recovery house provides short to long term (a minimum of 3 months and up to one year+) residential support and programming to men in early recovery, so they can learn to deal with the multitude of stresses on them and can re-enter the community clean, sober, successful and self-reliant.
We encourage and support these men to reconnect with their children in hopes of reducing the risk of the legacy of addiction continuing in their lives and their children's.
NOTE: For a small detail on the history of Jellinek Society's Recovery House, click on the "Photo Album - History" tab located on the left.
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We gratefully acknowledge our Funding Partners:
Union 52 Benevolent Society