Who We Serve

Who We Serve

ISP programs are designed specifically for men and women in substance abuse recovery who are living in transitional or group housing programs. This includes those residing in recovery homes, transitional housing programs, 30/60/90-day treatment facilities, short and long-term affordable housing, group-based and independent supportive housing, prison reentry programs, and emergency shelters. 

Because of the need for a minimum level of housing stability and a place to return upon completion of the retreat, ISP does not work with individuals who are unsheltered, i.e. “living on the street.” ISP participants are generally 3+ months sober, i.e. abstinent from alcohol and illegal substances. Individuals in medication-assisted treatment (MAT) are welcomed on a case-by-case basis.

ISP teams rely on relationships with case managers/social workers at partner agencies in each of our affiliates to refer appropriate candidates for our programs.