349 Blake Dairy Rd, Belton, SC, USA
Certification: Not Certified
The Shalom House is a women’s sober living house in Belton, SC.
Shalom House is located in the city limits within walking distance of downtown. There are two floors at the recovery house. Each floor has a bathroom, kitchen, living room, and semi-private bedrooms. Rent is paid weekly. The average length of stay is approximately six months, but a year or more of residence is common.
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.
- New residents are required to be out of the house job-hunting from 9 to 5 daily until they find work. Generally, they work first-shift, minimum-wage jobs, and use public transportation.
- Residents are also required to attend two AA or NA meetings and one Sunday Christian church service each week.
- They complete assigned household chores three times per week, cook their own meals, and do their own laundry.
- We have a mandatory house meeting every Tuesday evening.
- The unmarried ladies are required to postpone romantic relationships and all residents must be home by a curfew time each evening unless they are working.
- All medication, whether prescribed or over-the-counter, is kept in a locked cabinet. Alcohol consumption and certain medications that have a high potential for abuse are prohibited for residents of Shalom House.
Phone: (864) 338-9875