The Landing Sober Living Home is designed to be a safe, supportive, and structured environment. The following community rules help us ensure that our environment continues to support continuous recovery.
- The Landing is to remain a substance-free environment at all times. Alcohol, drugs, or mind-altering substances are not allowed on the property. Our homes should remain a substance-free environment at all times and residents must participate in regular drug and alcohol screenings.
- Residents are expected to maintain a living environment that is safe, clean, and welcoming environment. Residents must respect other resident's property, privacy and anonymity at all times. They are also expected to participate in community chores and maintain the cleanliness of all shared living spaces. All weapons are prohibited and fighting, threatening or physical/verbal assault of any kind is not tolerated.
- Residents must honor the requirements and goals of their treatment program. The Landing residents are expected to be at all daily house meetings, secure a permanent sponsor within the recovery community, and regularly attend the required number of 12-step recovery meetings each week. In addition, they must obtain employment.
- Residents are responsible for purchasing products related to their personal needs. If residents need to they may purchase their own food, drinks, personal hygiene products, and any other products that are not provided.
- Residents are expected to adhere to the rules and standards of The Landing. The Landing residents are given a complete list of residential rules and standards and are expected to follow them. If these regulations are violated, The Landing staff has the right to discharge residents from the sober living program.
Immediate Discharge for the Following
- Being under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs
- Possession of alcohol and/or drugs
- Possession of weapons
- Threats, either physical or verbal, or acts of violence, fighting
- Property destruction or altering the physical construction of the premises, including interior walls
- Failure to submit a urinalysis
- Unaccountable or discrepancies in times off premises
- Lies, either found on your intake paperwork or otherwise, stealing, unusual behavior, and any criminal activity
- Failure to comply with staff/rules
- If personal property is left behind, the client has three days to claim it or it will be disposed.