You Can Grow Your Recovery In a Sober, Safe, and Supportive Home-Like Environment
Is the biggest challenge to your recovery transitioning from a dysfunctional living situation to a healthy one without all the old triggers? Or are you starting your recovery journey with no place to work your recovery program, free from the disorder and distractions that want to call you back to the “old life”? Or maybe you need an affordable place to live while you start working and saving up for a home of your own?
Whether you are a man, a woman, or a woman with children with sober living needs, Visions Of The Cross offers several locations in Redding where you will find a clean, safe, and structured place to live. A home that will support you in your recovery and help you learn through experience how to continue living the clean and sober life you have worked so hard to attain.
When you become a Visions’ recovery residence/transitional housing (T-House) resident, you’ll be expected to follow the T-House rules and actively work your personal recovery program by attending outside meetings and finding a sponsor. As a T-House resident, you will have access to a Case Manager/Counselor to assist you in obtaining your personal goals and an on-site House Manager/Senior Resident to help you maintain accountability. Residents are randomly tested to ensure a substance-free environment and everyone’s safety and security. To facilitate your meal preparation, every T-House is equipped with a full kitchen, and you’ll find a washer and dryer for your convenience in taking care of your laundry.
Although Visions does not require your participation in a treatment program for acceptance into Visions’ recovery residence/transitional housing, you always have the option to participate in one of Visions’ outpatient treatment programs while a T-House resident. For more information on this option, see the Adult Maintenance Program page. If you choose this option, please note that insurance, including Medi-Cal, does not fund any housing, and housing is a separate contract from outpatient treatment.