About us

The Burlington Team

Staff and tenants sitting out front of a Burlington Recovery Home

People struggling with substance use disorders are our friends, our family, our loved ones, ourselves. This is what makes us unique and different.

““Someone should do something to help.” How many times have we heard that…or said that ourselves? We see a need in our community and wish there was a resource to help. But it’s rare that we see that need and actually step forward to do something ourselves. Sheila Haverkamp is one of those people who did…”


Sheila at Burlington Recovery House
Sheila Haverkamp

House Manager

Gene at Burlington Recovery House
Gene Haverkamp

House Manager

Sheila at Burlington Recovery House
Joe Wasnie

House Manager

Megan at Burlington Recovery House
Megan Adams

House Manager

Nate at Burlington Recovery House
Nate Adams

House Manager

Travis at Burlington Recovery House
Travis Elledge

House Manager

Lives transformed at Burlington Recovery Homes

“I lived in the BRH for about six months. Allowing me to focus on my recovery and aftercare from treatment.”

“When I was ready to get my own place Joe helped me with resources to furnish my apartment and helped me get moved in. Joe’s been a mentor to me through recovery and become my best friend. I’m now a house manager trying to pay it forward and help other men in recovery.”

Travis E.

“Rusty and I wouldn’t be where we are without the continued support of Megan and Nate, house managers from the Burlington Recovery Homes.”

“They are extremely helpful, kind and patient. We consider them family. Megan is fun to talk to and is always willing to listen. Nate and Rusty enjoy racing RC cars together and Nate is willing to help out with fixing things or getting things done in general.”

Rusty and Mesa

Would you like more information?

Call us today with any questions or to schedule a phone application interview.