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About House of Friends
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House of Friends
“A Sober Living Home for Veterans”
“A Chance for a New Beginning”
To provide comprehensive services for veteran men who have been incarcerated for alcohol and drug related crimes; which includes an effort to reintegrate these individuals into the greater community as productive citizens.
They also put an emphasis on rebuilding emotional bridges with their family.
Many times, family relationships have been severely damaged through drug and alcohol addiction.
A primary goal of House of Friends (HOF) is to reduce the recidivism rate among veterans.
HOF helps residents to heal physically and mentally while rebuilding their lives and continually striving to create and build community within the home.
To achieve this goal, HOF targets its efforts to individual improvement in three areas:
• Keep the recovery from alcohol and drug abuse the central focus of their program.
• Work to foster a sense of community and family by having veterans build personal relationships with other veterans in the home.
• Provide veterans with tools to become financially and socially self-sufficient.
A veteran house manager will supervise each house.
The relationship with the house manager is based upon trust, bonding and shared experiences.
The house structure in that of a home.
However; for veterans to be successful, there are house rules and procedures enforced to create a safe, structured sober living environment.
HOF is not an institution but a home that provides an efficient, structured, safe, friendly and fiscally sound environment in which veterans can continually strive toward recovery from alcohol and drug addiction.
House of Friends program suggests 6-months minimum when coming from a treatment program.
There is no deadline to your stay there if you are following the rules of the house:
• $500.00 per month covers everything except food and toiletries
• Fully furnished home with semi-private bedrooms, full kitchen, community living, dining and laundry area
• Quiet neighborhood void of traffic
• A clean tranquil atmosphere conducive to sober living
• Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings are conducted on site
Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.
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