INARR Certified

Our Philosophy

INARR supports Recovery Residence providers in their effort to deliver quality recovery-oriented housing opportunities to persons in recovery who seek to reside in abstinence-based, peer supportive environments. We believe this is best achieved through encouraging and monitoring provider compliance with national standards promulgated for this purpose. We further believe that all people have the right to recover in an atmosphere which meets their special needs as well as their basic needs for safety, dignity and respect.

Our Intent

To fairly certify Indiana Recovery Residences, on a voluntary basis, as having demonstrated compliance with the NARR Standard and INARR Code of Ethics, INARR provides training for owners, managers and staff of Recovery Residences to enhance and inform their delivery of quality services.

Our Commitment

INARR is committed to provide fair, impartial support and encouragement to recovery residence providers who express a willingness to achieve compliance with the NARR Standard and INARR Code of Ethics. INARR is further committed to participate in academic research studies focused on ROSC, Recovery Management and residents’ personal development of Recovery Capital.

Our Vision

INARR is dedicated to ensuring that individuals in recovery can find safe and supportive housing in the State of Indiana. Our alliance provides guidance and a variety of resources to Recovery Residence providers to ensure that residents who live in INARR certified houses have the very best chances of succeeding in their recovery journey.

Our Mission

To create, evaluate and improve standards and measures of quality for all levels of recovery residences. INARR provides a forum for exchanging ideas to include developing uniformity for our field, problems solving & advocacy.


Level III - Supervised


    • Organizational hierarchy

    • Administrative oversight for service providers

    • Policy and Procedures

    • Licensing varies from state to state


    • Life skills development emphasis

    • Clinical services utilized in outside community

    • Service hours provided in house


    • Varies – all types of residential settings


    • Facility manager

    • Certified staff or case managers

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