Residential Residences

Restart Community Residential Services Helping clients develop skills to achieve independence and self-sufficiency, and achieve a drug-free lifestyle

Contact Information:

  • Address:

    79 N Clinton Ave., Rochester, NY 14604

  • Phone:

    (585) 546-7220x5030 (referrals for men)

  • Phone:

    (585) 546-7220x5053 (referrals for women)

About the Program

Our residential programs include intensive stabilization & rehabilitation programs, as well as community residences. Each provides quality residential services and care to individuals seeking to address their chemical dependency problems. Individuals appropriate for residential services also participate in outpatient treatment services and/or other support services such as vocational or educational services.

Our Community Residences are Jones & Alexander (for men) and Barrington (for women)

What the Program Offers

Services include housing in a supportive, recovery oriented community, relapse prevention group support, individual counseling support, case management, vocational/educational development, transitional services development, addiction education and Life Skills Classes including Anger Management and Relapse Prevention and recreational, sober, fun activities.

Eligibility criteria

Adults 18 years or older who meet the criteria established by NYS OASAS level of care determination for CD Community Residential Services, indicating a need for a supportive residential environment to sustain recovery.

Intake Process

Fax a copy of the Monroe County Universal OASAS Residential Referral Form to the Intake Coordinator (fax number, below), along with any other identified information regarding eligibility for the service. Our Intake Coordinator will review documentation and confer with the client and other referral contacts for placement. A visit to the residence for dinner, brief orientation and meeting with the community members is scheduled. Following this visit if the individual is still interested, they are contacted when a bed becomes available. A date is finalized for the individual involved to enter treatment and immediate needs are assessed.

Intake Coordinator fax-line for men: (585) 423-2201
Intake Coordinator fax-line for women: (585) 266-0214

Program Cost

Program costs may be covered through Public Assistance Benefits, paid separately through Supplemental Security Income payments or as determined in a sliding fee scale arrangement.

Restart Intensive Residential Services Helping clients develop skills to achieve independence and self-sufficiency, and achieve a drug-free lifestyle

Contact Information:

  • Address:

    79 N Clinton Ave., Rochester, NY 14604

  • Phone:

    (585) 546-7220 x5030 (referrals for men)

  • Phone:

    (585) 546-7220 x5053 (referrals for women)

  • Phone:

    (315) 331-2300 (Intake Office at Hannick Hall)

About the Program

Our residential programs include both intensive residential stabilization and rehabilitation programs, and community residences. Our intensive residential programs are for adults ages 18 years and older, including options for women who are pregnant and parenting young children, preschool age and younger. There are also children’s beds for preschool or infants to reside with their mothers.

Each residence provides quality residential services and care to individuals seeking to address their chemical dependency problems. The intensive residential program provides residential and clinical care to individuals seeking chemical dependency services who need stabilizing after use of substances, substantial social habilitation or rehabilitation, development of social support systems and assistance in the development of life skills to become abstinent from mood altering substances. Program participants have demonstrated an inability to remain abstinent outside of a highly structured setting. Women with children preschool age or younger may also have their children in residence with them, or may be reunified with them while in treatment.

Our Intensive residential drug treatment programs include Freedom House (for men); Hannick Hall (for women with preschool age children, Wayne Co. and surrounding area) & Liberty Manor (for women with children).

What the Program Offers

Services include housing in a supportive and highly structured, recovery oriented community, individual and group therapy, addiction education, relapse prevention group, case management, fatherhood classes, vocational/educational development, transitional services development, Life Skills Classes including Anger Management and Relapse Prevention and recreational, sober, fun activities. Some programs also incorporate onsite primary medical care, nursing services, psychiatric assessment and mental health counseling to support those needing addiction, medication and mental health services. Prevention and wellness activities supplement the treatment services we offer.

Eligibility criteria

Adults 18 years or older who meet the criteria established by NYS OASAS level of care determination for Chemical Dependency Intensive Residential Services, including: a chemical dependency diagnosis, a need for a highly structured residential environment to sustain recovery, requiring assistance with development of social support and life skills to develop and sustain recovery. Pregnant women and women with young preschool age children may also be in residence with their children.

Intake Process

Fax a copy of the Monroe County Universal OASAS Residential Referral Form to the Intake Coordinator (fax number, below) along with any other identified information regarding eligibility for the service. Our Intake Coordinator will review documentation and confer with the client, the residential staff and other referral contacts for placement. A date is finalized for the individual involved to enter treatment and immediate needs are assessed.

Intake Coordinator fax-line for men: (585) 423-2201
Intake Coordinator fax-line for women: (585) 266-0214
Intake Office at Hannick Hall: (315) 331-2300

Program Cost

Program costs may be covered through Public Assistance Benefits, paid separately through Supplemental Security Income payments or as determined in a sliding fee scale arrangement.

Supportive Living A community based apartment program

Contact Information:

  • Address:

    79 N Clinton Ave., Rochester, NY 14604

  • Phone:

    (585) 546-7220 x5030 (men's apartments)

  • Phone:

    (585) 546-7220 x5053 (women's apartments)

About the Program

Supportive Living is a community based apartment program providing residential services to men and women needing support to maintain abstinence and develop life skills to maintain recovery. Along with this assistance, clients readapt to independent living in the community while receiving any needed clinical and peer support through other community agencies.

What the Program Offers

Services include: housing in a recovery oriented, community based apartment setting, support for ongoing development and monitoring of life skills, peer recovery support, referral to vocational/educational services, monthly community meetings, quarterly family sober fun activity, case management support, bi-weekly drop-in visits, assistance in transition to independent living.

Eligibility criteria

Adult males or females 18 years or older who meet the criteria established by NYS OASAS level of care determination for Supportive Living Services, indicating a need for a supportive residential environment to sustain recovery.

Intake Process

Referrals for men and women should be forwarded via fax to (585) 423-2201.

Program Cost

Program costs may be covered through Public Assistance Benefits, paid separately through Supplemental Security Income payments or as determined in a sliding fee scale arrangement.

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