Sunrise Terrace – Transitional Housing
Sunrise Terrace is a 17-bed transitional housing facility that provides a safe and supportive substance-free living environment for individuals in the early stages of recovery.
Residents are afforded the opportunity to rent single occupancy in a two-bedroom townhouse and live semi-autonomously for approximately one year. MCCA provides case management services to all residents based upon their individual recovery plan and identified needs.
In addition, our Recovery Support Specialists assists our residents with vocational, educational, legal, medical, and psychiatric needs; as well as providing support with early recovery issues that may arise.
We believe that stable and affordable housing provides a cornerstone of recovery upon which people can rebuild their lives. Our primary goal is to assist our residents in regaining economic self-sufficiency and independence in pursuit of permanent housing.
The average length of stay at Sunrise Terrace is approximately one year. Our case managers are committed to helping participants find permanent housing conducive to continued recovery after their stay at Sunrise Terrace.
- All residents will be gainfully employed.
- All residents are required to attend relapse prevention groups.
- All residents are required to attend Sunrise Terrace’s monthly community meeting.
- A place to build a strong recovery support network
Asking for help is the first step.
MCCA is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c) 3 non-profit community-based organization.
38 Old Ridgebury Rd, Danbury, CT 06810