Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Required Evaluation Criteria for Level I Recovery House

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Required Evaluation Criteria for a Level I Recovery House

Level I recovery homes are considered peer run and peer monitored. They are not considered supervised or monitored. Therefore, residents who move in must be at a place in their recovery where they can not only monitor their own recovery, but also monitor the recovery of others and make serious decisions regarding the day-to-day management of the home.  

All certified Level I homes must ensure that residents have at least 6 months of sustained abstinence from illicit drugs and alcohol prior to moving into a Level I recovery home.

In addition to amount of sustained time abstinent from alcohol and illicit drugs, the person must complete an assessment of their recovery capital that demonstrates that they have recovery capital sufficient to support themselves and others in the recovery home. This can take a variety of forms including.

  • Achieving a specific score on William White’s recovery capital scale
  • Achieving specific recovery capital goals on a defined recovery plan at a previous recovery housing program
  • Having letters of support or recommendation from another recovery program that highlights the individual’s recovery capital.

Course Syllabus

Not Enrolled
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Journal Exercise #1
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Introduction
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Having a Clear and Measurable Process
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Having a Clear and Measurable Process cont.
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Having a Clear and Measurable Process cont.
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Having a Clear and Measurable Process cont.
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Assessment #1
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Create Resident Application Criteria that are Clear, Measurable and Consistent
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Journal Exercise #2
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Journal Exercise #2 cont.
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Journal Exercise #3
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Journal Exercise #3 cont.
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Journal Exercise #4
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Journal Exercise #4 cont.
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Evaluation Criteria Required to Meet National Quality Standards
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Required Evaluation Criteria for Level III Recovery House
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Required Evaluation Criteria for Level II Recovery House
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Required Evaluation Criteria for Level I Recovery House
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Other Criteria
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Assessment #2
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Documents
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Journal Exercise #5
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Developing an Evaluation Process
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Items to Avoid
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Separate Recovery Housing Application from Other Applications
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Other Considerations
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Resident Governance
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Create a Scoring Rubric
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Draft Your Process
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: Assessment #3
Resident Application and Move-In Evaluation: NEXT STEPS