Project America Inc.

Nonprofit Organization

Get your Fresh Start With Us: you’re Welcome Here.

We provide a safe and stable place for people to recover from drugs and alcohol.

The Power of Housing
to Change Lives

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At Project America, we know you want to be your best self. We get it. You’re looking for a safe and friendly place to live so you can get better. But sometimes, it’s hard to find that special place. You might feel alone and unsure. We believe that everyone deserves a safe and stable place to get better.

That’s why we started Project America. Here’s how it works

  • We’ll have a talk, where we want to hear what’s going on
  • You apply and move in
  • You get a safe and stable place to get better

The choice is up to you. By joining us, you’re not just getting away from the bad stuff. You’re moving towards a brighter, happier future.

At Project America, we believe in you and the amazing story you’re going to write. Let’s start this journey together!

Take this Opportunity to Do the next right thing

We don’t need to remind you that if you don’t change anything, then nothing changes. You’re here on this site because you know you need a better place to get better. 


  • Regain Self Worth
  • Discover a Caring Community
  • Focus on Recovery

Cont’d Struggles

  • Relapse
  • Isolation
  • No Community, No Accountability

Please let us know what's on your mind. Have a question for us? Ask away.

The Project America Inc. House

Frequently Asked Questions

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) as “the use of medications, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, to provide a ‘whole-patient’ approach to the treatment of substance use disorders.” Project America Sober Houses provide housing to program members who are following a MAT plan of care that is directed by a licensed healthcare provider.

Some recovery residences and programs do not allow MAT.  MAT Housing applies the full spectrum of support. These housing programs allow program members to take medication to treat their substance use disorder.  MAT in combination with the peer support providing structure and accountability are a powerful combination to build capital to achieve recovery goals.

Recovery residence is a more general term that refers to any type of substance-free living environment that provides support and accountability for people in recovery from addiction. This can include sober living homes, Oxford Houses, and other peer-run programs.

Sober house is a more specific term that refers to a type of recovery residence that is typically more structured and has more rules and regulations. Sober houses often have house managers who live on-site and provide support and guidance to residents. They may also have curfews, drug testing requirements, and other rules that are designed to help residents maintain their sobriety.

Project America meets the National Affiliation for Recovery Residences Standards to ensure ethics and financial accountability are applied.  Moreover, we follow the stricter standards pioneered by Kate’s House Foundation when choosing recovery house locations and establishing program rules.  These client-centric standards ensure Project America program members benefit from best practices in Level 2 Recovery Residences.

“At Project America, we believe in you and the amazing story you’re going to write. Let’s start this journey together!”

Need-to-Knows: Your Quick Guide to House Life

We publish our house rules and chores, but many people often have these questions.

You need to contact your house manager in advance if you plan on being absent for more than 48 hours and obtain the necessary approvals.

No, guests are not allowed on the premises, and no overnight guests are allowed under any circumstances. Only family members may see the house when you move in.

Smoking and vaping are allowed only outside in designated areas. Ensure you clean up after yourself. There is no smoking or vaping on the front porch or yard.

Chores are assigned, and the chore list can be found in the kitchen. If you’re unable to do your chore, you should arrange with another member to cover for you. Everyone is responsible for cleaning up after themselves and taking part in communal chores.

Your vehicle should be in working condition and not in disrepair. Proof of license and insurance is mandatory. Parking is on a first-come, first-served basis, and if you damage someone else’s car, you’re responsible for it.

Curfew is at midnight on Friday and Saturday nights, and 10 PM from Sunday to Thursday. Exceptions are allowed only with prior approval.

No pets are allowed. Only trained service animals with official certification are permitted.

Stealing is grounds for termination from the program. This includes taking someone else’s food, medication, or bringing stolen goods into the house.

Yes, lights out is at 11:00 PM from Sunday to Thursday and at 12:30 AM on Friday and Saturday nights.

Upon moving in, you must identify any item you own that’s valued over $50 and get the paperwork signed by the house manager. The house isn’t responsible for merchandise of such value.