The David J. Riordan’s Hobie House was founded in
1991 as a licensed and certified 25 bed residential facility.
This unique recovery home is designed and devoted specifically
for men 18 years and older. Here, residents are given the
opportunity to experience recovery in an atmosphere that
promotes a sense of well-being, fosters mutual respect and
affords an opportunity for self-reflection. Because the
program is set in a home-like environment, the residents
of the “Hobie House” will enjoy the comforts
of home. Our recovery home approach provides a structured
clean and sober environment. The program’s social
model nature emphasizes learning through “doing”
and “experiencing” while providing positive
role modeling. Through this approach, the program enables
the residents to benefit from the most valuable resource
for recovering substance abusers: the experience, strength
and hope of fellow persons in recovery. One key to the success
of the program is the caring and sharing that takes place
on an informal level among the residents.
Here at the “Hobie House”, we recognize that
the decision to seek treatment services often is not easy
and can occur at any time of the day or night. For this
reason, admission into the program is simple, easy and starts
with an initial screening process.
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entire recovery home staff is trained professionals with
many years of collective experience in the recovery field.
Many of the staff members are in recovery themselves, making
them uniquely qualified to assist in the recovery process
and are well known and respected in statewide professional
organizations. Staff is dedicated to on-going support and
guidance to the residential community.
recovery home is a structured live-in home that includes
33 hours per week of structured services. It offers 30,
60, 90-day program up to 6 months based on the participant’s
need. The program features evidence-based practices combine
with a mutual self- help philosophy. Residents receive group
and individual counseling sessions, assessments and individualized
The typical week with us will include substance abuse education,
process groups, relapse prevention, one-on-one counseling
sessions, treatment planning, discharge planning, recreational/social
activities, life skills development, and positive interaction
between the participant, their peers and program.