During the recovery journey, having a set routine is one of the keys to success. Staying in recovery housing during an intensive outpatient program allows for a routine to be followed with ease, and clients are able to receive all support necessary. At Aquila Recovery, our housing option available during intensive treatment is offered to those who are in need of a calming environment during their recovery.
How Does Recovery Housing Work?
Recovery housing provides a safe and comfortable environment to people who need to adjust back into their normal lives. At Aquila’s Recovery Housing (Allem House), we provide full-time staff coverage, a high-level constant accountability program, recovery community support, and holistic amenities.
Allem House residents also have access to transportation that takes them to their clinical groups and healthy snacks to keep them going throughout the day. We strive for our residents’ lives to be full, fit, happy, sober and connected to their inner selves and their communities.
How Does Recovery Housing Help?
In order to keep those in an intensive recovery process on the right path, Aquila Recovery offers housing as an option during the intensive outpatient program in DC. This housing allows for patients to be surrounded by those with the same goals of recovery in mind and helps to provide motivation along the way. Aquila is proud to offer this option to those on their path to recovery and works to offer patients every tool possible to aid them in their journey.
The Aquila Recovery Home is located in Petworth, Washington, DC, near our clinical office. This allows the clients who receive treatment at Aquila Recovery Clinic an easy commute to our building. Intensive outpatient program housing is critical in aiding patients toward full recovery while ensuring they are able to carry on with their normal daily routines.
The Aquila Recovery Home In Washington, DC
The recovery housing is fully furnished and maintained, equipped with wifi, household supplies, outdoor grilling spaces, flat-screen TVs, and has all the comforts one could need. The home has a family-style setup, residents will share common areas such as living rooms and kitchens. The kitchen has ample space and allows for numerous clients to cook for themselves. We encourage all residents to learn the skills and discipline that it takes to lead an independent life in recovery like cooking a meal, washing clothes, suiting up, and showing up.