Second Chance Homes


What is Sober Living?

We at Second Chance encourage people to use the model of recovery that works best for them. It is expected of our housemates to attend some type of mental health or recovery-based meetings, work with a sponsor/addiction therapist/counselor, remain abstinent from drugs/alcohol, and submit to random drug tests when requested by the House Manager or Assistant House Manager.

What is expected of me in a sober living environment (SLE)?

First and foremost … SOBRIETY … Our housemates are expected to attend some type of recovey-based meetings, work with a sponsor/addiction therapist/counselor, remain abstinent from drugs/alcohol, submit to random drug testing, do weekly house chores, attend the nightly house meeting, be supportive of other housemates, pay monthly fee’s on time, and take positive instruction from the House Manager/Assistant House Manager.

Do I need to complete an inpatient or outpatient drug rehabilitation program?

Not necessarily, however all housemates are expected to arrive at the house clean and sober. However, many of our housemates have gone through some form of drug and alcohol treatment prior to entering the house.

Is there a curfew?

Yes, Sunday-Thursday 9:30pm (unless work dictates otherwise) and Friday/Saturday 12:00am. After the first month in the house overnight passes may be granted

Are there chores?

Each housemate is responsible for keeping their living area clean and orderly. In addition twice a week each house member will receive a small task to complete to help keep the home clean – some examples are running the vacuum in  the common area or sweeping the kitchen floor.

How much does does it cost?

Each house is different based on the amenities and location of the home for more information please contact an intake specialist at (877)-640-0840 and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

How long can I stay?

At this time the minimum obligation to a house is 30 days however we have found that staying between 6 months and 1 year will greatly increase your chances at staying sober in the long term. The average stay is between 3 to 6 months.

What happens if I relapse?

A housemate who is found to have relapsed is discharged from the house immediately. They can be readmitted into the house once they have proof of sobriety (24 hours for alcohol 72 hours for all other drugs) and have paid the $200 re-admission fee. Housemates found to have chronic relapses will no longer be allowed to readmit into the house without first completing treatment.