atTAcK addiction Homes

atTAcK addiction has established and operates two sober living houses in Delaware for women who are in recovery from substance abuse. The aim of our “homes” is to provide a safe, substance-free living environments for women who are in early recovery.

The atTAcK addiction Transitional House

The atTAcK addiction Transitional house is a 9-bed transitional home for women who are in early recovery. The primary purpose of the house is to provide a safe, substance free, structured and supporting living environment for women who have just completed rehab. This is a 30 days program and allows women to live in the home, rent-free while getting assistance with continued recovery, seeking employment and budgeting. Residents attend daily recovery groups as well as receive weekly therapy. Residents make a personal commitment to find a sponsor and regularly attend AA/NA meetings. After completion of the program, residents are given the opportunity to transition to the second house – The atTAcK addiction Recovery House. Read the FAQs below for more information.

The atTAcK addiction Recovery House

The atTAcK addiction Recovery house is a 5-bed recovery home for women who wish to continue their recovery and have secured full-time employment. The recovery house continues to provide the safe, substance free, structured and supporting living environment for our residents who have successfully completed the transition program. Residents make a personal commitment to continue growing in their recovery by working closely with their sponsor and attending AA/NA meetings. This program allows women to live in the home for 3-6 months at a low cost while maintaining their employment, pursuing further education, and learning to budget and save in order to accomplish the primary goal of independent living.

For more information about our homes contact:

Ashley Megahan
Program Director/Group Therapist
atTAcK addiction House/HRYCI
Connections Community Support Programs, Inc.
(302) 256-8067
amegahan@connectionscsp.org

Attack Addiction Transitional House FAQ

1. What is Attack Addiction Transitional House?
Attack Addiction Transitional House is an 8-bed home for women who are active in recovery and serious about making a lifestyle change. Our home is designed for women who are in need of a safe and substance free environment to live in after completing a treatment program; who are working toward living independently. Our residents are required to maintain their sobriety during their stay and continue to actively participate in recovery. We require that residents attend AA/NA meetings regularly.

2. Is there a cost?
No, residents are not required to make payments for their stay.

3. Is there a maximum stay?
The maximum stay is 30 days. Our goal is to stabilize our residents and work towards individual goals in order to live independently within this time frame.

4. Can I leave the house when I want?
Generally, yes. There are groups and meetings that residents are required to attend. Residents are permitted to leave the house during allotted times, but must sign-out and leave a description of where they are going. Residents must also be in by curfew, 8 pm – every night.

5. Are there a lot of rules?
This is a structured program with guidelines that help to create a sense of stability to a family and a sense of order to the house. A resident handbook containing all policies and procedures is given to women who enter the program.

6. Will I get my own room?
No, the house has 2 bedrooms – each room has 4 beds.

7. Are my children allowed to stay with me?
No, adults only (18 and older)

8. Are meals provided?
Yes, all meals are provided for residents.

9. What can I bring with me?
Residents will have minimal storage and will only be allowed to bring what will fit in their area. Resident should bring limited clothing and personal items.

10. Do I have to share a bathroom?
Yes, the house has 1.5 baths for 8 residents.

11. Can I have visitors?
No, visitors are not permitted on the property other than in a vehicle to pick a resident up.

Things to consider:

  1. Transportation is not provided. Residents are required to arrange their own transportation to appointments, meetings, work, etc.
  2. Medical Cost: Residents are responsible for all medical costs for prescriptions, copays, emergency treatment, etc.