|Supportive housing settings promote independent, sober living.|
GROW House is a seven-bed transitional housing program for formerly homeless women who have graduated from residential treatment programs. Residents live in a supportive community where they receive intensive case management and ongoing post-treatment services. GROW House offers on-site individual case management and group counseling.
- Life Skills
- Relapse prevention
GROW provides an opportunity for residents to bolster and reinforce their independent living skills as they gain self-sufficiency, manage their time and money, and reunite with their families. Most residents participate in vocational training, formal education, and/or paid employment.
Clients that usually participate at GROW House are:
- Women over the age of 18 with a history of substance abuse or alcoholism and homelessness
- Clean and sober, and have been in a recovery program for 6 months.
- Women who are willing to work on their recovery issues and vocational and employment skills
After GROW women
- Obtain permanent housing
- Receive all the mainstream benefits for which they are eligible