Our Long-Term Recovery Program is the final phase of the Treatment and Recovery Continuum. It is designed to assist residents with applying the tools they’ve acquired to live a wholesome, alcohol/drug-free life. Formerly homeless and addicted men and women:
- Enjoy private rooms and share living & dining space in a drug/alcohol-free environment
- Participate in on-going addictions counseling and social services
- Develop leadership skills by serving as suite representatives
- Contribute to creating a community of support and accountability
Sustaining a lifestyle of recovery requires continuous discipline and dedication. The program prepares residents to transition from our affordable housing to independent living. Graduates interviewed one year after completion reported the following results:
- 96% Uninterrupted Sobriety
- 98% Gainfully employed
- 98% Improved family relationships
- 99% Reside in safe housing
- 15% Purchased home or condo
If you are looking for a clean and supportive environment, apply today!
Obtain an application by clicking the link above, or by visiting our main office at 2523 14th Street, NW Washington D.C. 20009 Monday – Friday from 9:00 to 5:00. To be eligible for our Long-Term Recovery Program, applicants need to have six months proven sobriety, a dedication to a drug/alcohol-free environment, commitment to community living, a secured sponsor, and the ability to pay rent of $430 (Larger rooms when available at $475), and employed for at least 30 days.
There are seven pieces of documentation an applicant needs to have when faxing the required papers back to our social service coordinator. The documents needed are picture ID, birth certificate, Social Security card, police clearance, three recent pay stubs, proof of recent TB test, and letters of reference from service provider or primary caregivers.
SAMARITAN INNS’ Long-term Recovery Program outcomes are unprecedented in successfully aiding formerly homeless and addicted men and women to rebuild their lives. To view and download an application, please click here.
For more information, please contact our Long-Term Recovery Program Director Lynette Daniels at (202)667-8831 x267 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send your completed application to 202-667-8026 (fax) or the above emails.