Frequently asked questions
What is the average length of stay?
While there is no minimum length of stay, most people stay 6 to 8 months.
How do I get residence at Gateway?
You can start by completing the online application located on our website. It will be automatically submitted to us and we will reach out to you within 2 hours of receiving the application. Alternativley, you can call us at (860) 215-2036 with any questions and room availability.
What are the costs to stay at Gateway?
What is included in the weekly fee?
Along with the accountability, support, and structure Gateway provides, the monthly fee includes: all utilities including premium cable/internet with lightning fast Wi-Fi, cable TV in common areas, landline phone, laundry facilities and detergent, house supplies (cleaning supplies, paper towels, toilet paper, coffee, and body wash), and urine screenings.
Do you have naloxone overdose prevention resources?
Yes! All residents, as well as staff, are trained for overdose reversal with naloxone.
Do you have to go to treatment to enter into recovery residences?
Not necessarily. In most cases, Gateway Recovery House is provided to people successfully discharging from a treatment program. We have seen situations where people need to enter recovery residences without attending treatment. We will assess each person to ensure they are in the proper level of care.