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Residential Housing

Our Residential Housing Services offer a safe and healthy living environment that promotes abstinence from alcohol and other drugs with participation in client focused treatment.

  • The 3.5 level of care is based on treatment and requires a more intensive level of treatment services and allows residents to focus on staying clean and sober, at this level employment is not expected and housing is supplied to offer the resident an internal look at ways to get and stay sober.
  • The 2.5 or 2.1 level of care is based on treatment and requires a decreased level of treatment services and allows residents to focus on staying clean and sober while slowly entering back into the community and getting ready for self-sufficiency, at 2.5 and 2.1 level employment can be obtained and rent is expected for housing - rent is income based.


  • Must complete Lima UMADAOP treatment programing first (Behavior Design - IOP, OP)
  • Must meet with a Case Manager on a weekly basis to explore individualized referral needs such as continued treatment, vocational, and clear up legal matters
  • Attendance at sober support meetings
  • Voluntary submission of random urine and breathalyzer screens
  • Completion of daily chores

What is provided:

  • A recovery-based, safe, supportive and structured living environment
  • In-House clean/sobriety support meetings: (gender specific) Narcotics Anonymous, Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon/Ala-Teen
  • Family Education Classes
  • 3 meals per day, fully furnished rooms, dining area, TV lounge, and exercise room
  • Case Managers who assist in setting up outpatient treatment and psychiatric appointments
  • Support to find jobs, continued education, and stable housing

What can a resident achieve during the stay?

  • Abstinence from illegal drugs or alcohol, relapse prevention skills and a strong recovery plan
  • Enhanced life skills and improved social connectedness
  • Social living environment and a recovery network that will support clean and sober lifestyles
  • Self-care skills, including access to medical care, dental care, and the ability to get and keep a job
  • Reduction in criminal justice involvement and negative health, behavioral, and social consequences
Joshua Mens Recovery House

This program is a housing project designed for men who want to acquire additional recovery and life skill tools to become successful and productive. The program requires placement for up to 12 months. - offered in Allen and Hardin County


Offers an acute model of care to encompass sustained recovery, the program targets adult men and women in Allen and Hardin counties recovering from alcohol and drug addiction, specifically opiates. These individuals may be transitioning from community addiction facilities, hospitals, behavioral health facilities criminal justice facilities, homeless system, or living with family, friends or others. Admission criteria will focus to include medication assisted clients, drug court clients and priority will be given for pregnant females coming from any part of the state. Lima UMADAOP H.O.P.E. recovery residence seeks to house consumers in private apartments, with a scattered sites approach integrated in the community with an alcohol and drug free living environment with peer support and other addiction recovery aids, with the goal of sustained recovery. The goal is to assist consumers with sustained recovery with H.O.P.E. recovery residence to break barriers caused by substance use, criminal justice problems and financial deficits.

Women's Phoenix House

Our program provides alcohol and other drug prevention and treatment services. The program also provides case management, transportation, clothing referrals, and support for family reunification, career development, educational goals, and essential life skills. Another aspect of the program is the Phoenix transitional housing project designed for women who want to acquire additional recovery and life skill tools to be successful. The Phoenix House can provide living for ten women that are required to stay up to 12 months.