The report was released on April 17, 2018, by the Government Accountability Office (GAO). The GAO conducted a performance audit, looking at federal health care funding guidance for recovery homes; and reviewing the characteristics and prevalence of recovery housing, and investigations and actions regarding recovery housing in five states: Florida, Massachusetts, Ohio, Texas, and Utah. The report includes data from the National Alliance for Recovery Residences and from Oxford House, both of which certify recovery homes. For this report, recovery housing is defined as peer-run or peer-managed, non-clinical, drug- and alcohol-free supportive housing for individuals in . . .