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

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Required Evaluation Criteria for a Level II Recovery House

Level II Recovery Homes are considered monitored. They offer support, but they are not supervised.  Therefore, it is important that residents living in these settings are at a point in their recovery journey where they do not need to be supervised. 

Level II recovery homes must measure the amount of sustained abstinence that a person has prior to entering the recovery home. Residents who have less than 14 days of sustained abstinence may not move into a Level II recovery home and should be referred to a higher level of support.

Residents seeking a Level II level of support who have between 15-27 days of sustained abstinence from alcohol and illicit substances may be permitted to live in the recovery home. However, the recovery home must take additional steps to ensure that the person has completed a clinical program and has an appropriate written plan in place to ensure that they have the support they need to be successful.

Residents with over 27 days of sustained abstinence from alcohol and illicit drugs need to meet other criteria as established by the recovery residence.

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