SUPPORTIVE HOUSING FOR MEN AND WOMEN
We will walk with you Step By Step to achieve your greatest potential of recovery mentally, emotionally, physically, and, spiritually. A balance of happiness, health, security, and sanity as we work together to form a healthy lifestyle. We are designed to help men and women who are addicted and homeless with an opportunity to begin a clean and fulfilling life. There are many people with the disease of addiction, and there are not enough safe environments in which they may recover, resulting in sometimes fatal circumstances. We provide an atmosphere of recovery with the comforts of home, and a feeling of close-knit peer support. Our goal is to make you feel at home as you create and find your new home in your sobriety.
A common concern among people new to recovery is the fear of living in a new environment that they don't quite understand. Making the decision to move into a house can be a big step, but very rewarding. You will have the chance to build relationships with other people in recovery working toward the comon goal of self-improvment. You can also be assured to be in a place that is safe and welcoming to people from all walks of life. Our goal is to get you in a place where you know you will be safe and know...
... you will never have to be alone again!
If you or someone you are close to is in need, and tired of suffering, the time to call us is now!
What to Expect
What should you bring?
- During the entirety of your stay you must remain free of drugs and alcohol. This includes prescription drugs that are considered to be narcotic.
- A clean urine must be submitted upon entry. Random drug screens will be administered throughout your stay. Any form of opposition to request will be considered a failed test.
- All bags & items will searched upon entry. As a resident, your room and property is subject a random search at any time.
- No threats of violence real or implied will be tolerated. This applies to on and off of recovery house property.
- Members should conduct themselves appropriate at all times with respect to other residents, staff, and neighbors.
- Members are required to attend a weekly “In House Meeting” (Mandatory). It is a time to voice concerns about the house and or praises about the house, not to be confused with an AA meeting.
What you should Bring:
- Insurance card
- Smart devices if able
- Clothing / Shoes
- Hygiene projects (Shampoo, Conditioner, Deodorant, toothbrush/toothpaste)
- Residents are responsible for their own food
- Bedding is provided, feel free to bring your own blanket and pillows if desired