Environment

  • build a foundation of honesty and trust with yourself and those around you
  • focus on learning to live in the “normal“ world and learn how to deal with everyday stresses of life while clean and sober
  • learn positive behaviors and habits that will stay with you when you leave

A Structured Setting

  • Weekly chores
  • Mandatory house meeting.
    Restoring  Lives Sunday night at 6:00 P.M.
  • Curfew Sunday thru Thursday home at 11:00 P.M. lights out at 11:30 P.M.
  • Weekends home by 12:00 A.M. lights out at 12:30 A.M.

Restoring  Lives enforces a schedule designed to promote gradual and sustainable recovery.

Everyone is required to attend daily 12 Step meetings in their first 90 days of sobriety and a minimum of three meetings each week thereafter.
Restoring Lives has a zero tolerance policy for use of alcohol and/or drugs and conducts random urinalysis tests and/or alcohol screenings.

Why have house meetings?

House meetings are necessary to maintain a positive and supportive environment. Therefore they are mandatory for all house guests.


House meetings are held  at 8:00 P.M.

  • Thursday at Restoring  Lives One
  • Sunday at Restoring  Lives Two

The objective of the meeting is to support the keystone philosophy and bring issues to the group for discussion and resolution.

Meeting Format

  • Management will provide a weekly update
  • Each guest will have a limited time to articulate problems experienced during the past week.
  • Problems that require extensive discussion will be discussed with management prior to the weekly house meeting.
  • Group resolution will be reached and implemented
  • Each meeting ends with a prayer for serenity
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