Rediscovery House in Springfield, IL Has Partnered with Vanderburgh House to Offer Quality Recovery Services

Rediscovery House in Springfield, IL Has Partnered with Vanderburgh House to Offer Quality Recovery Services

Next Step, a transitional housing program with multiple locations in the Springfield, IL area, has sold one of its recovery homes to Project IS 43:19 LLC D/B/A Rediscovery House Springfield, an entity formed to acquire real estate to be used as sober living homes.

Sozo House Springfield has partnered with Vanderburgh House, a sober living organization that offers structured sober houses where every resident is supported in their recovery journey. Vanderburgh House took over the operations of the sober house located at 1622 N.5th Street, Springfield, IL in September 2022.

Next Step is confident that this location will continue to grow and develop as one of Springfield’s premier recovery housing locations under the new operations of Vanderburgh House.

Thomas Walsh, Next Step owner said “I am very pleased that Vanderburgh will be taking over the operations at 1622 N.5th St, Springfield, IL. Vanderburgh has a proven track record of supporting those in recovery and I anticipate a seamless transition for the current residents inside the home.

“We’re excited to join the Springfield recovery community!” Hunter Foote, Executive Director of Vanderburgh House said. “Two of the first homes we opened in 2016 were located in Springfield, Massachusetts, and now we are blessed to be able to call Springfield, Illinois home as well! It’s an honor to help support and encourage our residents, and we look forward to many fruitful years ahead.”

About Vanderburgh

Vanderburgh offers structured sober houses for men and women where every resident is supported in their recovery journeys. Residents live together as a family to develop the tools and strengthen their character in order to live free from substance abuse. Our homes allow for independence while guided by a set of recovery-focused house rules, standards, and expectations. The core of our structure is abstinence from drugs and alcohol.

What does living in the home look like?

Residents are engaged in their personal recovery journey by attending meetings and working with a sponsor and our House Manager for support and encouragement. Residents adhere to a curfew, submit to drug and alcohol screenings, and participate in home and community events. Rooms are typically shared by one or more peers, to truly foster community and accountability. The homes are convenient, comfortable, affordable, and supportive. Residents pay rent weekly or monthly, and health insurance is not accepted. They live according to the Resident Handbook and house rules.

If you have any questions, please call our Vanderburgh House office at 844-762-3747.

If you are looking for recovery-based housing that is safe, structured, and affordable, our Springfield, IL home Rediscovery house is the right place to start. All our recovery-focused houses at Vanderburgh House are maintained by caring house managers whose main objective is to guide, help, and lead our clients to live a drug- and alcohol-free lifestyle.

Vanderburgh Communities was founded with the intention of offering charters to sober living operators who want to work in our recovery-based homes. All of our sober living homes are run by self-employed, mindful, and recovery-driven operators that collaborate with our Vanderburgh homes around Springfield, IL to provide sober living services. We recommend attending a meeting to learn more about how you can help your community.

Have you or a loved one been looking for a place to stay to help you start your road to recovery with little success? Use our Sober House Directory to help you find the best appropriate sober living house for you or a loved one. You no longer have to wait for a long time to find a property that works for you, thanks to clear photographs and contact information.

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