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  • What is a Recovery Home?
    A recovery home, also known as a sober living home, is a residential environment where individuals in recovery from drug or alcohol addiction can live in a supportive, substance-free community. Recovery homes provide a safe and structured environment where residents can focus on their recovery journey while gradually reintegrating into society. Recovery homes typically offer peer support, accountability, and access to resources such as support groups, counseling services, and job placement assistance. Many recovery homes have rules and regulations that residents must follow, such as maintaining sobriety, attending support group meetings, contributing to the community, and complying with curfews and visitor policies. The length of stay in a recovery home can vary, but most programs require residents to commit to a minimum of 90 days. Recovery homes can be a valuable resource for individuals in recovery who want to maintain their sobriety while building a foundation for long-term success.
  • Why Should I Live In A Recovery Environment?
    Living in a recovery environment, such as a sober living home or recovery residence, can offer several benefits for individuals in recovery from drug or alcohol addiction. Firstly, a recovery environment provides a supportive community of peers who understand the challenges and struggles of addiction and recovery. Living in a community of like-minded individuals who share similar experiences can provide a sense of belonging and reduce feelings of isolation and loneliness that can often occur during the early stages of recovery. Secondly, a recovery environment provides a substance-free living space that removes the triggers and temptations of using drugs or alcohol. This can be especially beneficial for individuals who are newly sober and are learning how to navigate their daily lives without turning to drugs or alcohol as a coping mechanism. Thirdly, recovery environments offer structure and accountability, which can be crucial for individuals in early recovery. Many recovery homes have rules and regulations that residents must follow, such as attending support group meetings, participating in household chores, and adhering to curfews. These guidelines can help individuals establish a routine and develop healthy habits that support their recovery journey. Lastly, living in a recovery environment can provide access to resources and support that can aid in the recovery process. Many recovery homes offer access to support groups, counseling services, job placement assistance, and other resources that can help individuals address the underlying issues that contribute to addiction and maintain their sobriety over the long term. Overall, living in a recovery environment can provide a safe and supportive space for individuals in recovery to focus on their sobriety and develop the skills and habits necessary to achieve lasting recovery.
  • What Do I Bring?
    Please bring your clothing, phone, tablet, or computer, any necessary medications with a lockbox, and personal care items. While bedding, towels, and pillows will be provided, you are welcome to bring your own. It's recommended that you bring a headlamp, shower caddy, and laundry bag or hamper. Please note that you will be responsible for your own food. There is no storage for excess items so only bring what will fit in your living space.
  • Are Animals Allowed?
    Pets, emotional support animals, therapy animals, and service animals are not permitted. However, you may visit them during your free time or arrange for someone to bring them for a visit. If you choose to bring them, please ensure that they are housebroken and cannot stay overnight.
  • What medications are accepted?
    We are a MAT program and take medications on a case by case basis. All medications must be stored in a combo or key lock box. Medications that are addictive or habit-forming are typically discouraged. We do not allow any controlled substances. Some medications will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Suboxone is allowed.
  • What happens if I relapse?
    We handle relapse on a case by case basis, taking a look at what each individual needs as additional support from us and creating a commitment plan for them to move forward with. Bringing substances into the home will be grounds for immediate discharge.
  • What happens if I cannot pay on time?
    Our program fees are due in full on the first of each month. Paying program fees on time is a requirement, just like any other dwelling you rent or pay a mortgage on. Any past due payments will be assessed a fine for each day you are late. Delinquent payments may result in us asking you to leave the community immediately.
  • Can I bring my car?
    Yes. You must provide proof of vehicle insurance and registration. You will also need a valid driver’s license.
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