Broadway Recovery Services provides safe, structured, sober houses in Youngstown, Ohio, for individuals suffering from drug and alcohol addiction. We offer two main homes for both men and women where all new residents initially arrive and satellite houses residents transition to once they are stable in their recovery process. Each house provides a clean, drug and alcohol-free environment for residents to receive treatment, while also regularly interacting and socializing. Ultimately, these houses help residents have a smooth transition back into their communities.
OUR PHILOSOPHY & PROCESS
Transitional recovery homes provide a safe environment to support recovery from substance abuse for those who are emerging from medical detox, residential treatment, jail, or off the street. A person’s home living environment often does not always provide the support necessary to facilitate long term sobriety. BRS manages multiple recovery homes and implements the necessary funding and programming to provide those in early recovery with the support needed to successfully transition back into the community. These homes provide a combination of freedom and structure that help the person begin to readjust to life in the real world.
Instead of immediately returning to the living situation that possibly fostered and facilitated the substance abuse issue, recovery homes provide a structured environment in which a person can continue to focus on recovery from substance use disorders. Recovery homes have rules and regulations that require participation in twelve-step programs, house meetings, meditations, and other treatment programs that continue to reinforce the main proponents of long term recovery.
Become a Sponsor
To maintain these safe and structured homes, we rely on grants and generous donations from businesses and individuals. To sponsor a home, consider making a donation of $15,000 or more. Contact us for more information about sponsoring one of our safe, structured, sober homes.
of residents were abstinent when they left BRS
residents have been served by BRS as of 10/31/22
BROADWAY RECOVERY SERVICES IN THE FIGHT
An at-a-glance look at how Broadway Recovery Services helped combat the problem of drug and alcohol addiction, assist with recovery in and around the Youngstown area in 2021:
301 residents were served overall
100 residents stated that alcohol was their main addiction or one of their addictions
163 residents stated that opioids were their main addiction or one of their addictions
76 residents stated that cocaine was their main addiction or one of their addictions
53 residents stated meth was their main addiction or one of their addictions
Broadway Recovery Services received funding for 253 residents to afford treatment through Mahoning & Trumbull County Mental Health and Recovery Boards
237 residents have a minimum of education of a GED/HS diploma
16 current residents have children
40 current residents live in 1 of the Broadway houses
3 current residents hold bachelor’s degrees