Safe, supervised housing and recovery programs for men and women who are in the mid-stages of recovery.
Located in the Albany community, ACCA has 3 properties that can support 38 residents:
- Morton Ave, 2 buildings, 12 apartments, 2 men per apartment
- Myrtle Ave, 1 house, 2 apartments for 3 men, 1 apartment for 2 men
- McCarty Ave, 2 houses, 3 women in each house
Residents are encouraged to move to supportive living after successfully completing their first stage of treatment but are not required to (6 months of sobriety and treatment plan completion). Supportive living requires continued individual and group treatment at the Outpatient Clinic or other treatment program and community volunteering.
This program is designed to provide life skills, parenting skills, employment opportunities, case management, and clinical supervision. Residents live in a healthy, supportive environment and maintain an alcohol and drug-free lifestyle engaging in social and recreational activities with help from counseling, education, and life-skills programs. Job readiness training is emphasized and residents are expected to begin rebuilding employment skills and seek work opportunities for their future.