A Recovery Residence for Everyone
"We are committed to helping those who suffer from the disease of addiction find and build a solid foundation in recovery. Our structured housing provides a guided transition from an inpatient treatment setting back into society."
At Novak’s House, we believe addiction is a disease of the body, mind, and spirit. For people to stay sober in early recovery, they need to be in an environment where they are set up for success. Going back to their normal living situation may involve facing overwhelming addiction triggers alone and lacking the added support so critical during this time.
A former addict himself, Brandon Novak is no stranger to the trials and tribulations that come with early recovery when the risk of relapse is high. He struggled himself with early relapses until his sobriety finally stuck. Now sober, Brandon Novak is helping others in early recovery get what they need to stay on track in recovery. Novak’s House gives residents the supervision, structure, and support they need to find lasting success.
At our recovery homes, we want to ease the transition from life in rehab to life in recovery. Community involvement programs provide support, gender specific recovery house meetings provide peer connection, and our rules and regulations hold residents accountable for their sobriety. This combination of structure and support make successful recovery more likely and readies residents for life on their own.
All of Brandon Novak’s sober living facilities are centrally located so residents have easy access to 12-step meetings, public transportation, shopping, social services, and dining in the area. They are also equipped with high-internet and computer access to help residents reintegrate into the workforce and continue their journey forward.
With various amenities, Novak’s House helps the recovery residence feel like home and aid residents in their journey to lasting sobriety. If you are looking for support as you begin your recovery journey, Novak’s House can be there for you.