People who need only a safe environment in which to live can go to a Structured Housing facility. These facilities do not provide substance abuse or mental health treatment however, other programming may be available.
Recovery Residences provide safe and healthy housing for residents who need more than outpatient treatment to remain abstinent from alcohol, other drugs and criminal behavior. Participation is required in substance abuse services or counseling. In Standard Recovery Residences, substance abuse services must be attended one or more hours per week. Intensive Recovery Residences require five or more hours each week of substance abuse counseling delivered by certified substance abuse counselors or licensed professionals.
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The State Board of Pardons and Paroles (“Board”) does not endorse facilities listed herein for any purpose other than placement of parolees who reside in the state of Georgia. The Board will not permit placement of a parolee in any listed facility if such placement will be inconsistent with his or her parole conditions and/or applicable state laws. The private housing partner has sole authority to accept or reject any prospective resident.