Sunrise Terrace – Transitional Housing
Sunrise Terrace is a 16-bed transitional housing facility that provides a positive step for individuals in the early stages of recovery.
Residents are able to rent the townhouse-style two-bedroom units for approximately one year. Residents share the common area of the unit with a house-mate and each has his/her own bedroom for privacy, and provide help and support to each other during this phase of recovery.
Sunrise Terrace is substance-free housing and all participants share the purpose of recovery. MCCA provides case management services to all residents based upon their individualized needs, and assists them with vocational, educational, legal, medical, and psychiatric needs as well as providing support in early recovery issues that may arise.
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.
Sunrise Terrace Provides
- A safe and supportive environment
- Case management services for each resident
- A place where residents participate in decisions about the community
- A place to build a strong recovery support network
All participants are required to continue relapse prevention treatment at the level appropriate to their circumstances. Most attend weekly group or individual counseling sessions, as well as outside self-help meetings.
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