Harry Rosen House
859 East Broadway, Stratford, CT, USA
Certification: Not Certified
The Harry Rosen House is a men’s sober house in Stratford, CT.
The Harry Rosen House is a Connecticut-based, sober living for men aged 18 years and older who are committed to recovering from alcoholism and/or drug addiction.
The operation was named after Harry Rosen, grandfather of the founder, Barrie Drazen. As Harry Rosen never knew sobriety was possible, the project is dedicated in loving memory to “those who died still suffering”.
Sober living homes are group residences for people who are recovering from addiction. In most instances, people who live in sober homes have to follow certain house rules and contribute to the home by doing chores. Most importantly, residents must stay sober throughout their stay in the home.
Residents must abide by a set of clearly defined House Rules and are encouraged to exercise personal responsibility. A full list of required duties is available upon request.
HOUSE RULES INCLUDE
- Daily chores
- Adherence to curfew
- Submission to random drug and alcohol testing
- Maintenance of a full-time job
- Participation in daily 12-step meetings, both within the House and the community.