Information about Solutions - Solutions Recovery, Inc

Welcome to Solutions Recovery, the central hub for recovery in our community. Thanks to our incredible supporters, we have the opportunity to help many people in the past few years. By introducing programs like our peer response initiative, more sober living houses, sober housing for program graduates, and offering childcare for parents in recovery, we’ve made a lasting impact in our community.

Our Mission is to Support and Empower those impacted by alcohol and drug addiction to enhance the quality of life in our community.

Recovery Center

Our Recovery Center offers a safe space for people to gather and be supported on their recovery journey. We host fun sober events, holiday parties and provide meeting spaces 32 support groups per week. Families participating in recovery related activities, events, or peer support services may utilize our free childcare within the Recovery Center.

Open Everyday of the Week – 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Peer Response

The Peer Response Team was formed as an initiative to prevent non-fatal and fatal overdoses and offer speedy access to support in Winnebago County. This “Rapid Response” model is available 24/7 for anyone seeking help for addiction. We are a peer-driven program made up of staff who are all in recovery and are trained recovery coaches. This program provides a full range of services including assistance with detox, navigation of complex treatment systems, transportation to recovery services, support with beginning recovery, and support for families. The Peer Response Team is available through phone call, text, or in person!

Sober Living

We provide a total of 56 beds for men and women in our Sober Living. Our program offers services that target the many areas addiction affects including financial stability, daily living skills, healthy relationships, and health and wellness. Sober Housing bridges the gap between sober living and permanent housing for recovering people. Individuals who graduate our sober living program have the opportunity to transition to sober housing and may reside for up to two years. These homes enable residents to continue to strengthen their recovery in a less structured environment.