RESOURCES

WHAT IS CERTIFIED RECOVERY HOUSING?

Certified Recovery Housing (CRH) and Sober Living are both types of supportive living environments for individuals in recovery from substance use disorders. These environments provide a structured and sober setting where residents can focus on maintaining their sobriety and rebuilding their lives. Both CRH and Sober Living adhere to standards set forth by organizations like the National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR).

WHAT IS CERTIFIED RECOVERY HOUSING?

Certified Recovery Housing (CRH) and Sober Living are both types of supportive living environments for individuals in recovery from substance use disorders. These environments provide a structured and sober setting where residents can focus on maintaining their sobriety and rebuilding their lives. Both CRH and Sober Living adhere to standards set forth by organizations like the National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR).

House Bill 114

Delaware General Assembly

Delaware’s first major bill is House Bill 114, the act is known as the “ Matthew D. Klosowki Act,” which prohibits non-certified recovery residences from accessing state funds. This would establish standards for recovery houses to become certified. The certification would carry additional privileges for such homes and enable individuals in recovery and loved ones assisting them to more easily find safe and reliable recovery housing placements.

Resources For Residents

Which recovery residence level is right for me?

View NARR Levels of Support table >

Find certified houses near you

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What are my rights as a resident?

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File a grievance

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Resources For OPERATORS

How to get certified

View stages of certification >

How to Document Policies and Procedures for Certification Compliance

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Report an Incident

FSARR requires certified providers to notify FSARR of any 911 call made to the property, as soon as possible, but no later than 24 hours after the incident.

Documentation

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NARR Levels of Support Table

NARR Standards 3.0

Access to standards training

NARR Code of Ethics

FSARR Self-Safety Assessment

Compliance Documentation Checklist

Documentation Review Guide for Providers

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Email

info@fsarr.org

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