Currently be sober and be able to pass a drug screening.
Actively working/ willing to work a 12 step program.
Be held accountable for rent.
Make bed everyday/ be tidy/ complete chore.
Adhere to curfew’s which are as follows: New Residents are on an 8 o clock curfew every night for 14 days. After 14 days, Monday-Thursday is 11pm curfew. Friday- Saturday is 12 am.
Residents are eligible for over nights after thirty days with 1 weeks notice and weekend passes after 6 months.
Submit to regular/ random drug testing ( A positive test results in immediate discharge and emergency contact to be notified).
Have your own toiletries, clothing, and food. May bring your own sheets and towels but extra will be provided in the house. Cooking utensils and cleaning supplies will be provided.
Attend a 12 step meeting every day.
Call your sponsor every day.
Get a home group and a service commitment.
Get along and be civil with house mates.
Get a job within 2 weeks of moving in.
Limitations on medications/ possessions.
Some Medications denied, all meds must be non narcotic and approved by a manager we recommend clients buy lock boxes if they have meds.
We are not responsible for lost or stolen property we advise you get a lock box for treasured items Or leave them with family.
Have your own transportation/ lyft account/ take the bus.
Refrain from gambling/ casinos/strip clubs/ pornographic material.
Limitations on number of visitors
Visitors must also be sober women and comply to the house rules.
NO MEN ALLOWED ON PROPERTY!
No weapons of any kind.
Relapse, violence, stealing, missed curfew, failure to pay, failure to get a job, failure to work steps are all grounds for immediate discharge.
We are very strict about working the 12 step program and failure to call Sponsor or be moving onto the next step in a timely fashion will result in 8 pm curfew and disciplinary actions. If it is not corrected it is grounds for discharge. If you are through your steps we expect you to be sponsoring.
Discharge can be for 72 hours (if resident can return with a clean drug test) or permanent discharge depending on the offense.