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Central Ohio Youth Advocacy Program housing for young adults males and females ages 18-35 years old.
Must be drug free
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Anonymous - Jun 24, 2020
Hi my name's Johnathan Davis and I'm reaching out because i've been researching sober living opportunities and came across yours, I just had a couple questions and i apologize if they're a bit arbitrary, ive never been to a sober living community and dont know much about them.
1. What are all your potential locations along with availability? Also costs?
2. How many members are typically at each location?
3. Would i have freedom to have a vehicle aswell as keep my job? My hours are weekdays typically 7-10am to 4-9pm varying based on the week. But I still have time to fit in plenty twelve step meetings depending on house policy.
4. Family visitation? I have a girlfriend and child and was wondering the freedoms id have in terms of seeing them. Could they visit, ever stay the night if not a nuisance, etc.
5. Age grouping potentially? I'm only 20 and though not significant i was still curious as im researching many different places weighing the pros and cons and was wondering if people id be housed with would be in a similar age group?
6. Access to dual diagnosis counseling or staff?
7. Drug testing policies to ensure its a safe environment with absolutely no temptation or anything to interfere with my recovery?
8. Meeting attendance requirement.
9. Freedoms to leave house for activities of recreation, such as gym, going to zoo, movies, dinner, etc.
10. Am i allowed to bring a computer and my phone for work/game type activities, or music, with consideration that other house members are respected in terms of noise.
Sorry if the list is a bit long but I look forward to hearing back from you and cant thank you enough for any answers you can provide. I'm thinking early August to move in potentially.
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