Stable housing plays a vital role in people’s recovery from substance use disorders (SUDs). The lack of housing can lead to stress that puts added pressure on those trying to start a new, sober life. Without a safe place to live, SUD clients often go back to using alcohol or drugs to cope with the dangers of life on the streets.
AARS’ transitional housing and outpatient treatment opportunitites provide graduating clients a safe, supportive home while they begin to live life sober. In 2022, AARS opened two on-site properties at its Point Mackenzie Road location to help with this transition: Mallott House (males) and Tuttle House (females).
In addition to its new transitional housing opportunities, AARS also recently launched a suite of outpatient services, including: