Step Up Inn

Transitional Housing
West Haven, CT
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541 Washington Ave
West Haven, CT - 06516

(866) 933-7045 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. Website

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About Step Up Inn

The Step Up Inn is a 12 bed premium home for women in all stages of recovery, located in West Haven Connecticut. We have women in all phases of recovery ranging in age from 18-70. Their goal is to provide a safe, structured, nurturing environment where women will gain back the things that they have lost in life by setting short and long term goals. Some women choose to stay for a few weeks, others longer it is completely up to you! We offer connections to after care services such as IOP counselors, psychiatrists, and any other help they may need. The house is positioned just a few blocks away from a twelve step program which many of their clients choose to take part in. There are also several churches in the area that offer meetings and daily sober beach get-together. The Step Up Inn is managed with mandatory morning meetings, AA/NA mandatory outside meetings as well as daily breathalyzer tests and random urinalysis tests. At The Step Up Inn, we pride themselves on having among the best standards anywhere in the state of Connecticut, which is one of the reasons we receive such positive reviews from their successful clients and industry peers.   As part of their sober living plan we offer in-house group and individual Counseling, weekly Life Skills Group, Yoga, and Massage Therapy. The Step Up Inn provides a safe and productive journey back into the world, clear and free of substance. Their phones are open 24/7, their normal office hours are 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM but you can reach someone at 866-933-7045 anytime. Their costs vary depending on the room, call to discuss.

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There is 1 review

Anonymous - Apr 1, 2019

Step UP Inn in CT involved in misleading practices- This sober house my daughter moved into after a detox program did not disclose information regarding the financial obligation to the family. They told the family it was a standard agreement, no lease, one month's rent, one month's security deposit of $1,000 each. When my daughter relapse after 4 days and I asked for the security deposit back, that is when they told me they had my daughter sign a 60 day commitment. When I tried to contact the owners to refund the security deposit, they would not return my calls or letter of intent to take the issue to small claims court. It has been since November and I have not heard back from the sober house. Unfortunately, we do have experience with other sober houses and this has not been the practice. My issue is that I was never told of any 60 day agreement or I would not have chosen this house, relapse was likely and I would not have put $2000.00 out if I had been told about this agreement they had her sign. Withholding this information did not allow me to make an educated decision regarding our choice of sober houses, and I believe they knew this. Families dealing with drug addiction know one thing, you can't bet on how long your loved one will stay clean. I could use some help bringing this fraudulent practice to the forefront to dissuade this fraudulent practice.

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