Texas Recovery Oriented Housing Network (TROHN)

Safe, stable housing is critical for everyone. This is especially true for persons in recovery from substance use issues and related mental health disorders. Consider the fact, most people in early recovery often return from programs and institutions to living environments that foster unhealthy lifestyles. A 2013 survey of recovery coaches listed the lack of of support from family and friends as one of the biggest obstacles to a person maintaining their recovery. Recovery housing is just not for persons at risk for homelessness. Recovery housing is where peers learn to live recovery.

Since its inception, SoberHood has set recovery housing as one of its priorities. To to improve the availability and quality for recovery housing options across the state, SoberHood launched the Texas Recovery Oriented Housing Network (TROHN) in April 2011. By September 2011, TROHN was inducted as the statewide affiliate of the National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR). As such, TROHN is responsible for certifying recovery residences in Texas that meet the NARR standards. Learn more at