Our women's residence is located in Augusta, Missouri and provides a safe, drug free environment for women in early recovery to rebuild their lives.
At Hanani House, we recognize the challenges that face individuals who are working to overcome substance use disorder (SUD) which is why our program provides a variety of professional services and recovery and community supports by certified staff to help them along the way. We offer substance use counseling from a certified substance use counselor, recovery and community support from our certified peer specialist, and our house manager provides daily accountability and structure in a loving and supportive environment.
Drug and alcohol addiction, also called substance use disorder (SUD), is a disease that affects a person's brain and behavior and leads to an inability to control the use of a legal or illegal drug or medication (Mayo clinic, 2020). Recent data reports that more than 18 million Americans have a substance use disorder (SAMHSA, 2017). That equates to 1 in 12 Americans.
What is Recovery Housing?
Recovery housing refers to a range of housing models that create mutually supportive communities where individuals improve their physical, mental, spiritual, and social well-being as they gain skills and find resources to sustain their recovery (NARR, 2012).
How does Recovery Housing Help?
Recovery from substance use disorder is more than abstaining from drugs and alcohol. It requires improved functioning across all sectors of a person's life. Without a stable, substance free environment, chances of relapse increase exponentially.
Our women's recovery house in Augusta, Missouri welcomes women in early recovery and provides a network of community resources and recovery support while they rebuild their lives.