Advocates for Peer-Supported Recovery  
 
 

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Friends of Recovery, Inc.'s (F.O.R.) mission is to provide education and   advocacy for consumer-involved recovery supports including peer run sober housing, peer recovery coaching, peer recovery centers, and to support the integration of such services into the community to improve treatment outcomes.
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2017 Assembly Bill 287

This bill requires the Department of Health Services to encourage the
development, expansion, and quality control of networks of sober living residences and to allocate moneys to create a revolving loan fund for establishing sober living residences or a network of sober living residences or to award grants for purposes specified in the bill. 

From Bill Lauer:

When I was in treatment...continue reading here.

Friends of Recovery, Inc.  Legislative Day
Mar. 22, 2017

Watch the video of the Introduction of the Sober Housing Bill here 

State Funding for Oxford House, Press Release, Click here.

Bill Lauer's Remarks at the April 21, 2016 Listening Day, click here.

Some local Oxford Houses

  • Oxford House Portage Road
    Oxford House Portage Road
  • Oxford House Starlight Drive
    Oxford House Starlight Drive
  • Oxford House Rae Lane
    Oxford House Rae Lane
  • Oxford House Jordan
    Oxford House Jordan
  • Oxford House Schenk
    Oxford House Schenk
  • Oxford House Havey
    Oxford House Havey
Oxford House Portage Road
Oxford House Portage Road

Oxford House

Oxford Houses are democratically run, self-supporting recovery homes. More information is available at www.oxfordhouse.org and check out the 60 Minutes Video.



Cost Estimates for Oxford House Network Development

While Oxford House™ is a self-run, self-supported model, it does utilize two independent supports to maximize the development of houses. continue reading.








Interested in living in an Oxford House?  Find vacancies at:

www.oxfordvacancies.com


Oxford House is the Only Evidence-Based Recovery Housing program listed with SAMHSA -- Learn more here.


At the Capitol


Bill Lauer talks to legislators and staffers about Recovery housing at the Ban the Box press conference on July 16th at the State Capitol.