Be sober for at least 5 days on move-in
Be willing to drug test daily
Live within the structure of the house
Participate in 12 step program 3 to 5 times a week
Coffee and Tea
Cookies, cakes and treats a few times a week
Potluck dinner one or more days a week
Some basic food items provided for women in need
Guidance on goal setting
Teaching various techniques in reducing stress
Meditation groups, Guidance on goal setting, food support as needed, community cooking.
3 Shared bedrooms. 5 beds and 2 bathrooms.
Ellie Favaloro, Manager
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HOUSE RULES AND POLICIES
House rules will be separated into two levels of disciplinary action, 1) those with Zero Tolerance, subject to immediate expulsion, and 2) those requiring House remedy only, but subject to expulsion based on continuing rules abuse.
House rules and Policies - zero tolerance
general House rules - house remedy
Rules subject to House remedy will be administered on a case-by-case basis, but repeated offenses may, at the sole discretion of House management, result in expulsion. These rules include, but are not limited to, the following:
Guidelines and program
The guidelines and rules for the House are not intended to be restrictive or penalizing. They attempt to provide an environment which allows individual recovery within a safe communal setting.
fixtures, furniture and equipment
Residents are not allowed to bring personal furniture to the House. Furniture, supplies and appurtenances such as wall decorations must not be moved and will remain when residents vacate the House.
resident responsibilities - community living
Recognition of the inherent responsibilities within a recovering community, including individual honesty, plus the obligation to inform management of rule violations by other residents;
grievances and violations
Each resident must read and acknowledge the Grievance Policy for the House, within the forgiving context of a communal living situation providing a similar goal for all residents.
Violations of House rules are divided into two categories, Zero Tolerance, and discretionary. Zero Tolerance violations will require immediate expulsion. Discretionary violations may result in penalties, such as additional chores or small fines, the proceeds used to benefit all members of the House.