At BAC O’Connor we understand the importance of the right environment and community support following rehabilitation for alcohol and drug addiction. At this early stage of your recovery journey, you may wish to consider applying for residency in one of our three Recovery Houses.
What is Recovery Housing?
Recovery Housing is semi-independent living accommodation with individual ensuite bedrooms and shared communal living facilities. Our houses are staffed 24/7 by the team at the BAC O’Connor and provide comfortable, affordable living accommodation in a recovery community environment. All residents are people in abstinent recovery and we provide support to structure your week ensuing access to voluntary and paid employment together with training, qualifications and leisure activities.
Where are our Recovery Houses?
We have three Recovery Houses: Burton upon Trent, Cannock and Stoke on Trent. All of our houses have been refurbished to provide comfortable, affordable accommodation and access to our aftercare service, volunteering, paid work, training and leisure activities and events.
Our houses in Burton and Cannock work closely with our two social enterprises, Langan’s Tea Rooms, which provide fantastic opportunities for skills development, C.V. material and confidence building. In Stoke, access to the Stoke Recovery Service provides a range of different leisure activities and experiences. All three houses work closely with our Recovery Academy to provide access to a range of different services, training and leisure activities.