Created: 01 January 2011
WHAT IS TRANSITIONAL LIVING?
Transitional Living Residences – also known as halfway houses, sober homes and recovery homes – are structured living environments for women in the early stages of recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. These are not treatment facilities (although some may provide access to outpatient treatment services) but residences where you will be expected to stay sober, attend 12 Step meetings and follow house guidelines.
- Maintain your sobriety
- Be respectful of residents and staff
- Attend 12 Step meetings
- Find employment, attend school or volunteer
- Follow Curfew
- Attend the House Meeting
WHAT SHOULD I BRING?
Residents are responsible for their own food, personal toiletries (Mouthwash with alcohol is not permitted) and towels.
CAN I GET A JOB?
HOW MUCH IS RENT?
WHAT ARE THE RULES OF LIVING AT THE ENCLAVE?
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ENCLAVE OR TO RESERVE A BED, CALL US TODAY (561) 201-8850.