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Recovery Requires a Community

Recovery Requires a Community helps individuals with a behavioral health diagnosis by providing financial assistance for transitioning from nursing homes and residential treatment facilities to sustainable community living. Recovery Requires a Community funds can be used in many ways to help an individual transition to the community. Some examples of Recovery assistance include short-term housing assistance, a one-time payment of utility arrears, supplemental independent living assistance (such as homemaker/personal care services or independent living skills training), or other needs that will support the individual’s ability to live in the community.

For more information about Recovery Requires a Community, please contact Community Transitions via email or call (614) 644-0617.

Resources for Family Members


Resources for Nursing Homes, Transition Coordinators, and Other Providers
Resources for Residential Treatment Facilities