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WE SUPPORT PEOPLE IN RECOVERY BY EXPANDING ACCESS TO QUALITY RECOVERY HOUSING 

NORTHEAST OHIO RECOVERY RESIDENCE NETWORK IS YOUR RESOURCE FOR RECOVERY HOUSING INFORMATION.  Our focus is on expanding access to quality recovery housing through initiatives that provide information, access and support for those who are seeking recovery housing as well as those who are operating recovery housing.  Thanks to our unique initiatives and our growing network, community stakeholders have more access to recovery housing information then ever before and recovery housing is evolving into a cohesive service provider network.  

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  • THE MYTH “FEE IS NOT RENT”

    CALL IT A FEE INSTEAD OF RENT? A very common myth in Recovery Housing:  “If I call it a fee then it isn’t rent and the person is not considered a tenant.”  Actually no matter what you call it, it is rent and the person is a tenant.  Best practice is to not misrepresent what […]

    By NEORRN | November 29, 2018

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  • KNOW THE SIGNS – PATIENT BROKERING

    PATIENT BROKERING & KICKBACKS Patient brokering is a practice that has unfortunately been growing.  Florida receives quite a bit of attention in the media regarding the fraud and kickbacks between recovery housing providers and treatment centers.  A recent article highlights the ongoing challenge and how it affects the individuals who are seeking addiction and support services […]

    By NEORRN | November 15, 2018

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  • INDIVIDUAL DECISION MAKING – MAT

    Shared Decision Making … Medication Assisted Treatment has been accepted by the medical community as an option for many individuals to sustain recovery. Unfortunately many individuals avoid asking about it or pursuing it as an option due to peers not supporting it.  With recovery housing, many providers will not accept individuals receiving MAT.  For current […]

    By NEORRN | November 3, 2018

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