Continuum of Care
Erin’s House is a “Success Home” for graduates of Megan’s House and other similar treatment programs. The culture at Erin’s House is one of family, friendship, support and recovery. Full-time staff is on-site to assist with additional support and facilitate house meetings. Residents who live at Erin’s House work or attend school to further their education and continue to build a new life in recovery.
Erin’s House, a division of the Megan House Foundation, Inc., is a sober, supportive transitional housing facility partially funded by the Bureau of Substance Addiction Services. Erin’s House provides a safe and substance-free environment for women recovering from substance use disorder for up to 24 months. There is an on-site House Director to provide supportive case management services and aid clients in obtaining permanent, stable housing. Residents participate in the development and implementation of an Individual Service Plan to determine the goals they will achieve prior to transitioning to independent living. The House Director is always on call in case of emergencies, and a live-in peer House Manager is available to residents 24/7 for support. Erin’s House promotes growth in recovery, life skills, and individual responsibility to empower residents on their path to self-sufficiency.
- Female, Ages 18+
- A Substance Use Disorder diagnosis
- Minimum 60 days sobriety
- Ability to maintain mental stability and live in a community setting
- A desire to continue one’s recovery and reintegrate back into society
- Completed application and one reference letter from a treatment professional
- Agreement to comply with mandatory drug testing and breathalyzer requirements
- Payment of first and last two weeks rent ($175/week x3 weeks= $525 total to move-in)