DMHAS: Certified Sober Living Homes

Certified Sober Living Homes


{Sober Living Homes} Sober Living Homes are alcohol- and drug-free residences where unrelated adults who are recovering from a substance use disorder voluntarily choose to live together in a supportive environment during their recovery. No formal substance use disorder treatment services are provided at Sober Living Homes.

The Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) is currently listing the CT NARR certified Sober Living Homes as required by PA 18-171. DMHAS does not monitor, certify, or oversee sober living homes.

"Certified Sober Living Homes" are Sober Living Homes that are certified as recovery residences  by an affiliate of the National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR) or another organization recognized by the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS).

An operator of a Certified Sober Living Home that voluntarily reports its certified status to DMHAS shall provide the number of beds available in the Sober Living Home at the time of its report and weekly thereafter.

List of Certified Sober Living Homes voluntarily provided to the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS):
Disclosure Form for prospective residents of a Sober Living Home:
Certification Services:
NOTE:
An operator of a Certified Sober Living Home maintains at least two doses of opioid antagonists, on the premises and provides training to all of its residents in the administration of an opioid antagonist when such home is occupied by at least one resident who has been diagnosed with opioid use disorder.

Resources and links that provide information on treatment, community resources, and sober living homes for individuals recovering from a substance use disorder.






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