Rockland Recovery Homes was established in February of 2018 with the mission to support persons in recovery by improving their access to safe, stable residences with peer and community support. This is a vital part of the process for recovery from substance use disorders. Recovery homes are needed to ensure a successful recovery.
The first recovery home, called Spring House, opened in July of 2019 and proved to be very beneficial to the 8 residents. They took great care of the home and property and expressed pride in their home and gratitude for this opportunity.
The men in this home moved to a larger house, that RRH purchased on 12/16/2020. This will enable us to expand our services. This 1937 residence needs funds to convert to gas heating, replace the old doors and windows to make it energy efficient and repair the AC system.
In addition, RRH acquired a residence owned by the NY Office of Development Disabilities, made possible with the support of local legislators and senators. This house was renovated and opened as a recovery home for women on September 1st. It has been named Paul’s Place, as this was the home that he wanted to start RRH with.
Rockland Recovery Homes is a community organization that needs community support to succeed. Please share this with friends and family.
Your continued donations will enable RRH to succeed in this urgent need to reduce the current death rate for this terrible disease and return residents to their communities as productive, citizens. Thank you!