New Path TMB, LLC. Recovery House’s Program Details
Upon entering the house the client is subject to a 30 day probationary period, along with a black out period in which they may only leave the house alone to find work or go to work. This is an opportunity for them to depend on other house members for rides to meetings and to interact with the other men in the house.
Mandatory group house sessions with a licensed outside counselor is required. We do encourage family visitations and outings during free time from work to keep our clients in touch with them and other outside hobbies or activities. We believe in our clients supporting one another and being led by example of good house members.
It is required for clients to have a support group (NA,CA,AA), a sponsor for added support, and to learn the 12 step process to meet other addicts that will support them and they can learn from these groups about hope, faith, and building new friendships to guide them along their journey of their new way of living and to give suggestions and teach coping skills, which is very
Important in the early stages of recovery.
Each person is required to stay drug and alcohol free in order to remain at the residence. Smoking is not permitted in any of our houses. we do understand that people do smoke and we assign designated areas for them to do so. We provide a clean living environment furnished and well maintained. The men are responsible each day for chores around the house on a daily basis and making dinner (provided Monday through Thursday) which is included in the weekly rent. The men do everything from the food shopping, cooking and eating meals together as a family unit, which we strive to achieve this atmosphere of family and unity.
A Confidential No-Nonsense Program for
People Serious About 12-Step Recovery
(Certified Addiction Counselor is
available for each resident)
Upon Arrival There is a Small Intake Fee.
Rent is to be Paid Weekly by Client
Includes the Following:
Food (Dinners Mon-Thurs)
Two Week Blackout Period
for New Residents
> Maintain clean, sober life for duration of stay
> Make a minimum of three 12-Step meetings weekly
> Have a job within two weeks of arrival
> Attend weekly house meetings
> Be subject to random urinalyses
> Take 12-Step program commitments
> Required to do daily and weekly chores and cooking
> Take prescribed medications if applicable
> If driving you must provide legal license, registration and auto insurance
In Conjunction with the House Manager
The house manager in each of our houses are recovering addicts themselves who
meet the criteria to become a house manager. He is in charge of enforcing the rules and
regulations, keeping track of clients meeting attendance, whereabouts, and chore
monitoring on a day to day basis. He also helps to keep the house cohesive, along with
other good house members.
A house meeting is held weekly to discuss how well things are going and issues that
may need to be addressed.
New Path would like to thank the house managers past and present for all of their hard work and support. It is much appreciated.