Grant Recipients
Grant Type: 

The Next Door

Grant Amount: $50,000 and under
Grant Term: 1 Year
Dec 1 2011

The Next Door is dedicated to helping women in crisis, equipping them to develop lives of wholeness and hope. The organization, established in 2003, provides residential recovery support services and co-occurring treatment services for women coming from crisis situations. The Next Door has two Nashville locations staffed by professionals trained to help women address issues in mental health, addiction, workforce development, and family reunification. The downtown facility houses the Residential Transition Center, which provides a six month structured curriculum for up to 36 women, most of whom enter upon their release from incarceration. The downtown facility also houses Treatment Services, which includes an intensive outpatient program, social detoxification, and outpatient counseling services, serves uninsured women with co-occurring disorders (substance abuse with mental health symptoms). The second Nashville facility, the Freedom Recovery Community, provides women with co-occurring disorders and their children safe and secure permanent housing with recovery support services. In 2010, The Next Door also replicated the Residential Transition Program, adding centers in both Chattanooga and Knoxville, Tennessee. Its goals for the year include: - Maintaining and improving low recidivism rates among women staying at least 90 days in the transitional program.  - Providing excellent outpatient treatment services for women seeking recovery, providing them the tools and support they need to enter longer, more sustained periods of recovery from addiction and to manage symptoms of mental illness.

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