FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

 

  • What services do you offer?  We offer a safe sober living option for people serious about recovery.  We provide rules, structure, accountability, and support in a homelike setting.
  • What time is curfew?  Curfew is 10pm every night for the first month.  After the first month if you have gained employment curfew is 11p Sun-Thurs and 1am Fri-Sat.
  • Can I take an overnight?  After 30 days you may be eligible for overnight outings.
  • Will I share a room?  Typically every new resident will share a room with at least one other resident. 
  • Do you have internet?  Each house has internet available to everyone, cable, and a house phone.
  • What should I bring?  As the rooms are shared and there is limited space available we ask that you bring the season’s worth of clothes you will need.  Residents are required to provide their own bedding for a twin size bed, hangers, and food for yourself.
  • How will I get to the meetings/self help groups that are required?  Each house is on the bus line, easily accessible to public transportation.  Depending on the location of the home meetings may be within walking distance.  Residents are required to provide their own transportation.  Residents may have their own vehicle at Recovery Road but resident must be a legal driver with an insured, working vehicle.
  • Do you work with individuals whom have a criminal sexual conduct history?  No, we are unable to serve individuals with CSC history due to residents being allowed to have visits with children in the home.
  • Can children stay with me at Recovery Road?  Recovery Road allows 4 overnights per month with children.  There must be a set schedule in place for all residents to be aware of dates and times.  This is approved by Director(s) of Recovery Road on an individual basis.
  • What is the $4 per week for house fund used for?  $4 per week is pooled into a house fund each week by all residents.  These funds are not managed by Recovery Road.  House fund is used for household supplies such as toilet paper, paper towel, cleaning supplies, etc.  A list is compiled by all residents each week at the house meeting. 
  • How much is it to move for an individual who will be self-paying?  $267.50 is required to move in for any self paying individuals, no exceptions.  This covers the first two weeks.  Our monthly rate for program fees is $535.
  • Do you provide services for both men and women?  Recovery Road currently has 5 men’s houses and 4 women’s houses.  We are an LGBTQIA+ friendly community.
  • Do you accept residents prescribed to methadone and suboxone?  Recovery Road celebrates all pathways to recovery including MAT services.