This community residence program, located in a quiet Albany neighborhood, serves 12 men who have both a mental illness and an addiction. The program helps residents build skills necessary to live successfully in the community.
Required programming includes attending Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meetings, which encourage residents to develop a community support network, as well as other groups designed to support sober, clean living.
“There’s a lot of hope here. For myself, it gives me the chance to stay clean and sober and also to find a new way of life. It also has helped me manage my symptoms.”
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