Pennsylvania offers a broad selection of recovery houses, also called transitional or sober-living homes, from which to choose. While houses have some similar requirements, such as periodic drug-testing, it is important to appreciate that “one size does not fit all.” Levels of support vary, and most recovery residences serve specific populations and recovery pathways.
As of July 1, 2022, it is required by law that any state-funded facility making recovery house referrals must refer to recovery houses that are licensed by the Department of Drug & Alcohol Programs (DDAP). A “state-funded facility” is any facility that receives any type of funding from a state agency. Compass Mark receives funding in this way, and therefore offers this list of fully licensed recovery houses, below. This list will grow as additional houses become licensed.
Licensed Recovery Houses in Chester & Montgomery Counties
Phoenixville, Pottstown, Stowe (Both abstinence-based and MAT housing is available)
Admissions: 484-369-3539 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Compass Mark does not specifically endorse the houses on this page, but are merely making a comprehensive list of licensed houses available to the general public.