Also known as “sober living,” Recovery Housing is just as it sounds–a home designed to support residents in their recovery. A foundation of recovery is having a safe, stable, and structured living environment. Recovery Housing provides a physically and emotionally safe, secure, and respectful environment for individuals with chronic behaviors of addiction. Recovery houses provide staffing for the management of the house. Structured living daily and weekly schedules and routines provide structure for individuals to focus on physical, social, mental, spiritual, and community wellness. House meetings, group activities, and community volunteering foster accountability. Residents are required to pay rent, follow rules, complete delegated tasks, while also being involved in employment, school, church commitment, and treatment when applicable. By instilling a sense of purpose and direction, residents have opportunities to become mentors to other residents to foster individual and community unity.