In The Meantime

ITM was established to provide women released from detoxification centers with safe transitional housing and support while enrolled in an outpatient program

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Our Mission

Is to Bridge the Gap between this wait time and safe housing options. In The Meantime (ITM) will bridge this gap by providing a transitional safe drug/alcohol-free environment while incorporating a structured program tailored to prepare each woman with life skills that will support their transition into the next phase of recovery. ITM is not a long-term Sober Recovery Residence. The length of stay for each resident is expected to range from 30-90 days.

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Why ITM?

Bridge the Housing Gap to Recovery

ITM transitional housing removes the real and perceived stressors and fears associated with securing safe housing that substance abusers encounter, by providing shelter away from toxic environments that hinder their recovery.

Support

ITM will provide 24 Hours a day transitional housing for women currently enrolled in an outpatient rehabilitation program.

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Transition

While attending outpatient programming. ITM will develop a customized plan with each resident that will provide support for long-term recovery.

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Resourses

ITM will connect residents with local governmental contacts and non-profit organizations to assist with additional aid needed. Examples include aid needed for dependent children, clothing, and social services, etc. ITM will provide transportation assistance to required appointments as needed.

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The Journey into Sobriety is Personal

Your journey requires self-motivation, commitment, honesty, perseverance, and support needed for women at a critical phase for their long-term recovery. Through personal experiences, observations and knowing the struggles women have faced, ITM believes that success begins with stable and safe housing.

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"Every day, more than 130 people in the United States die after overdosing on opioids. The misuse of and addiction to opioids—including prescription pain relievers, heroin, and synthetic opioids such as fentanyl—is a serious national crisis that affects public health as well as social and economic welfare."

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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