Our structured and culturally sensitive environment gives residents a foundation to achieve recovery, independence and fulfillment.
Residential Programs Provide…
Job Readiness and Placement
Our men’s residential treatment program provides a supportive, highly structured recovery environment that respects the unique culture of each participant and builds a solid foundation for long-term recovery.
Upon admission, each adult participant completes a medical and bio-psychosocial assessment to formulate a custom treatment plan for ongoing success. In addition to the symptoms of addiction, we prioritize each participant’s overall health and well-being. Through the process, residents participate in group, individual, and family therapy as well as life skills education.
The Transitional Housing Program (THP) equips homeless adult males to achieve long-term recovery and well-being. Through this program, residents develop and practice skills needed for employment by engaging in education, training, and addiction treatment.
Each participant is supported by a team leader, recovery coach, housing specialist, and peer mentor. Our unique Peer Leader group is directed by alumni who understand the challenges participants face. Alongside our knowledgable and caring staff, participants build housing and recovery plans and participate in community initiatives that focus on advocacy and empowerment.
The Transitional Housing Program uses Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS). Please read the Chicago Service Point/HMIS Standard Agency Privacy Practices Notice (PDF).