Journey House Lewiston- Maine
71 Oak St, Lewiston, ME, USA
Sober House Description:
About Journey House Lewiston- Maine Sober Living Recovery Home
Journey House Recovery operates four recovery residences across Maine, all of which are certified by MARR, the Maine Association of Recovery Residences, and adhere to the evidence-based standards set forward by NARR, the National Alliance of Recovery Residences.
The Journey House is a men’s sober house in Lewiston, ME. Journey House provides low-barrier and low-cost sober living to people seeking recovery in Maine; provides recovery-oriented, evidence-based, and peer-run housing, as well as peer support and advocacy for individuals with Substance Use Disorder (SUD).
Journey House proudly affirms and supports multiple pathways to recovery.
Journey House Sober Living offers two sober living residences, one in downtown Biddeford for men and one in downtown Sanford for women. They are firmly committed to recovery and to building more recovery-ready communities. All residents are required to dedicate themselves to a strong program of recovery.
Journey Sober House Lewiston- Maine
Every participant in the Journey House is required to abstain from drugs and alcohol and to interact positively and productively with new housemates and community members. Residents are expected to either be employed, be enrolled in school or volunteer. Residence perform household chores and make every effort to become productive members of their new community.
Residents may stay as long as they wish, however during the first 30 days there is a probationary period where residents must be in the house between 10:00 PM and 6:00 AM. If they miss curfew, violate house rules or are otherwise disruptive they will be placed on ‘contract’. Residents in need of healthcare, psychiatric care or social services will receive referrals for services upon entry.
Sober living houses, also called sober homes and sober living environments, are facilities that provide safe housing and supportive, structured living conditions for people exiting drug rehabilitation programs. Sober houses serve as a transitional environment between such programs and mainstream society.