Housing and Support Services
This is a co-ed transitional living environment for people in the General Assistance Behavioral Health Program who are experiencing difficulty with recovery. The Oak Street Recovery House is a less structured environment and designed as an alternative for those who have not fared well in traditional residential treatment settings.
Individuals may live at the Oak Street Recovery House for up to 90 days (extensions are possible with authorization from Advanced Behavioral Health). The Oak Street Recovery House does not provide treatment; individuals are expected to be connected to case management and ambulatory treatment services during their stay. The Oak Street Recovery House also provides transitional housing for individuals who are waiting for a bed at a residential treatment program.
Individuals or referring agents should call the Oak Street Recovery House during regular business hours at 1-860-456-1663 for a phone screening. Individuals must have an Eastern Region Service Center (ERSC) case manager and be eligible/receiving State Administered General Assistance (SAGA).
This program provides case management services to engage, encourage and assist individuals in attaining treatment, housing, employment, education, entitlements and medical services.