The Servants of Hope Society

   

The Servants of hope society - a pathway to recovery and freedom

Take a look at the pictures from our latest outreach event:

The 8th Annual Feeding the Homeless at Christmas in Pigeon Park December 16, 2013 6pm

 

Be sure and mark December 22, 2014 on your calendar for this years

Feeding the Homeless at Christmas in Pigeon Park Event


 

 Halfway houses, recovery houses, recovery residences or sober living homes. The goal is the same: To provide recovering addicts and alcoholics with a safe and clean environment that requires minimal time and stress. Halfway houses bridge the gap from a drug or alcohol treatment facility back into a daily living routine. Being clean and staying sober after addiction treatment for the long term are two different things. Sober living facilities help addicts make this a smooth transition. 

Letter from the Executive Director - Please Help Support Us

Servant House focuses on quality halfway housing and what they offer the recovering addict or alcoholic. When seeking a room at a sober living home, the addict or alcoholic is advised to find a facility with proper licensing and accreditation and one that has a clear structure.

 

Rules and Guidelines of Servant House:

  • No mood or mind-altering substances are allowed on the property at any time.
  • Generally, you are allowed to come and go as you please, but you are not allowed to come onto the property under the influence.
  • You will usually need permission to bring people who are not tenants of the house into your room.
  • You must stick to your aftercare plan and attend any scheduled meetings, including 12-step meetings.
  • Cooking and cleaning.
  • Pursuing alternate housing for life after living in a halfway house.

 

 Contact Us to arrange sober accommodation at :

info@servantsofhope.ca

OR

Sean: 604-720-9335



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