Where recovery finds a home in South Carolina.
Supporting those who serve people in recovery.
Providing support, education, and advocacy for recovery housing in South Carolina.
If you are a recovery house operator you are a valuable resource to those suffering from substance use disorder in our state. We know how difficult this work can be. The SC Recovery Housing Association is made up of members who have lived experience, and we want to support you and assist you.
Our organization is inclusive, and we plan to implement collaboration, education, and training within recovery houses across South Carolina.
The SC Recovery Housing Association believes we must have a voice in regards to any recovery housing legislation in South Carolina. We uphold Federal fair housing laws protecting recovery housing. We also believe all residents should have access to the lifesaving drug naloxone and work as a team to achieve this.
Thinking of starting a Recovery house? We know that this work is challenging and sometimes we just need someone to talk to and encourage us. Our association has a list of experienced members that will support and encourage you. Reach out today to receive guidance from operators with years of experience.
We are here to supply you with as much information as possible for you to be successful. Recovery and peer support training is available through our partners Midlands Recovery Center and FAVOR Greenville.
We are South Carolina’s unified voice for recovery housing. The South Carolina Recovery Housing Association represents over 1,600 beds across SC through our partnerships with recovery community organizations. If you would like to get involved please contact us.
Why South Carolina Recovery Housing Association?
I remember when starting Freedom Recovery Center, I had no idea what I was getting into. Our first house was a defunct halfway house back in 2011. The owner had passed away with 25 years in recovery.
The Importance of Naloxone in Recovery Housing
The phone rings one morning; it’s another recovery housing operator. “Thank God we had that Narcan, it literally saved a guy. Had we not had it, he definitely wouldn’t have made it.”