Residential services provide treatment and support for mental, physical, psychological and spiritual needs.
The Atwater Home Community Residence is staffed twenty-four hours per day, seven days a week and accommodates 17 beds for men. Daily nutritional needs are met with three balanced meals each day. Residents attend in-house recovery focused groups and meaningful off-site volunteer work, treatment and/or vocational training.
The community residence is an historic home that includes shared bedrooms and bathrooms, a spacious living room, dining room, kitchen and laundry room. A seasonal screened in patio, covered bicycle rack and garage are available for resident use.
Various levels of professional staffing include: services director, house manager, counselors, intake coordinator, recovery coach coordinator, kitchen manager, and residential aides. Call House Manager Stephanie Nadolinski at 585-815-1890 for more program details or to make a referral. The main office at Atwater Home Community Residence may be reached by calling 815-1885.
Supportive Living Apartments offer men and women the opportunity to transition from a community residence to shared living space in an apartment with other men or women who are taking steps to improve their health and build on their recovery. While this is a healthy, natural progression, not all supportive living residents live in the community residence prior to moving into to a supportive living apartment. Supportive Living Coordinator Charlene Grimm, 585-297-6205 is available to answer questions regarding cost, eligibility, bed availability, services and support.
Please take a look at our Atwater Community Residence Handbook.