With facilities throughout Minneapolis, Minnesota, Coordinated Recovery is a multi-faceted behavioral health organization that provides sober living services for clients in recovery from addiction. These programs are open to men, women and transgender individuals, all in discreet homes throughout the Minneapolis metro area.
Accommodations and Amenities
As mentioned, the organization has multiple houses for residents, namely the Park House, Grand House and the Walker House. Though the Walker House is only for men, Park and Grand House can accommodate men, women and transgender clientele. Though the layout of each home varies, residents can expect to be housed in private bedrooms with twin beds, nightstands, desks and windows for natural light. Each of the homes has approximately five bedrooms.
In addition to the sleeping areas, all the houses have common living areas, cable TV, WiFi, quiet rooms for therapy, a dining area and fully equipped kitchens. Throughout their stay, all residents are expected to cook and prepare their own meals.
Rules and Regulations
Like most sober living homes, participants are expected to sign a basic behavioral contract and submit to regular and random drug tests. Beyond that, all residents must also work a 12-step program and attend at least three meetings a week. Getting a sponsor and meeting with them regularly is also required.
Other than that, all clients are expected to remain busy by either working a full-time job, attending school or volunteering. Depending on the level of treatment they choose, clients may also attend some group and individual therapy at the house along with case management services. Those who attend elevated care can also get between four to eight hours of additional monthly support as well (in Level II and III, respectively).
The staff at Coordinated Recovery consists of house managers, case managers, LADCs, LSCWs and additional Master’s-level clinicians.
Each of the homes is also located near public transit and local employment opportunities. Whenever necessary, staff members can also help residents with transportation to town for off-site meetings, job interviews and other activities. Those who complete a program can also work with case managers to develop their step-down aftercare and discharge plans.
Overall, Coordinated Recovery is a well-rounded resource for men, women and transgender clientele looking for a safe place to stay in early recovery. The program offers three separate houses in the Minnesota area each with case management services, 12-step participation, dual diagnosis support and different tiers of recovery support. While those in need of more intensive psychiatric aid may want to seek additional help as well, Coordinated Recovery remains a resource worth considering for those in the area.
Coordinated Recovery Cost: $500 (initial deposit); $600-$750 (30 days, varies by home); $1,050 (Level II, all homes); $1,450 (Level III, all homes). Reach Coordinated Recovery by phone at (920) 217-2247 (Grand House), (612) 232-7835 (Park House) and (732) 861-6869 (Walker House) or by email at [email protected].
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