For individuals seeking a safe, sober and healthy living environment following the completion of primary treatment, the Center offers Recovery Housing. These residential, single-family homes provide additional support to promote recovery from alcohol and drugs. With self-determined lengths of stay, residency is designed to be transitional and to afford the individual sufficient time and resources with which to establish solid, independent and productive living arrangements.
Interested individuals should contact Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers at 440-255-0678 for more information.
A charming century home for men located in Geauga County close to Chardon Square complete with comfortable bedrooms, enclosed porch, spacious dining room, updated kitchen and more. This home will accommodate 5 men who are seeking safe and supportive independent housing following their completion of primary substance abuse treatment.
Bill Horvath House
Bill Horvath House is the agency’s Recovery House for men which opened in October 2016. The entirely remodeled interior boasts a spacious kitchen, inviting living room and comfortable bedrooms which can accommodate 5 men. The house was named for Bill Horvath who was a founding board member of Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers, an active board member with the agency until his passing in 2016, and a well-known civic leader in the Painesville community.
Nowlen Manor is Lake-Geauga Recovery Center’s first women’s Recovery House which opened in December 2016. The beautiful century home located on a tree-lined street in Mentor has 2668 square feet of comfortable living space, and a large, inviting front porch in a beautiful serene setting which allows for reflection and relaxation. This positive, structured, recovery-focused environment is in close proximity to shopping, churches, a library, 12-step meetings and public transportation.
Eighty-Forty-One is Lake-Geauga Recovery Center’s newest women’s Recovery House which opened in August 2018. The spacious ranch home is set on an expansive lot shadowed by large, majestic trees. The house is located close to a park and library and in close proximity to shopping, churches, 12-step meetings and public transportation.