Renaissance East House
24 Central Ave, Waterbury, CT, USA
Certification: Not Certified
The Renaissance East House is a men’s sober house in Waterbury, CT.
Sober living houses also called sober homes and sober living environments, are facilities that provide safe housing and supportive, structured living conditions for people exiting drug rehabilitation programs. Sober houses serve as a transitional environment between such programs and mainstream society.
Sober living homes are group residences for people who are recovering from addiction. In most instances, people who live in sober homes have to follow certain house rules and contribute to the home by doing chores. Most importantly, residents must stay sober throughout their stay in the home.
Commitment. Compassion. Community.
Located in a former convent in Waterbury, Renaissance’s Waterbury East Program provides intermediate and long term residential drug treatment program serves to male clients eighteen years and older referred from a wide range of sources including local social service agencies, Federal Probation, the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, the Connecticut Department of Correction, families and self-referrals.
This comprehensive program offers a wide range of services to each client, including individual, family, and group counseling, psycho-educational programming, life skills, self-help meetings and formal referrals to community agencies based on individual needs.
Length of stay is individualized, with the average being three to six months. Clients gradually return to the community as they meet the goals on the person-centered treatment plan. The goals of the program are to return clients to the community with housing, employment and an aftercare plan.