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Frequently Asked Questions

  • You will need to be Clean/Sober before entering the home.
  • You will need to be employed, or secure full-time employment within two weeks of entering the home.
  • You will need to attend at least three recovery meetings per week after your first 30 days of residency.
  • You will need to attend at least one meeting per day for your first 30 days.
  • You will be required to complete weekly chores in addition to maintaining your room.
  • Program fees can be paid by money order or cashier’s check payable to: Project America, Inc.
  • Bed, pillow, sheets, blankets, comforters for use while living in home.
  • Bath Towels, Hand Towels & Face Clothes
  • Plastic clothes hangers
  • Initial toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Cable television.
  • Nutrition, Financial Planning & Goal setting
  • A computer with online access for use by all house members.
  • Dishes, pots and pans and kitchen utensils for use while living in home.
  • Plates, bowls, glasses, coffee cups
  • Small kitchen appliances
  • Kitchen towels for use while living in home. (Members supply their own bath towels.)
  • Toilet paper and paper towels.
  • Laundry basket
  • Laundry detergent (initial)
  • 30-day supply of any medications you are now taking. (all meds must be approved)
  • Casual Clothing, Gym Clothes, Dress shoes, Tennis, Sandals
    • interview attire for job search
    • Maximum, 6 pairs of shoes
    • 4-5 changes of socks, underwear, undershirts, polo style shirts, t-shirts, jeans, slacks, or shorts.
    • 2-3 pairs of shoes- athletic for the gym, loafer or dress for church, casual style for everyday use
    • 2-3 sets of gym clothes
  • Toiletries – razors, shaving cream, soap, deodorant, shampoo, etc. 
  • Hair products and styling tools; Hair dryer, hairbrush, etc
  • Personal Laptop
  • Reading Material
  • Vehicle
  • Cell phone and charger, iPod/iPad, computer, personal electronics 
  • Sunscreen and swimsuit
  • Groceries for 1 week, refrigerator and pantry space is limited
  • Backpack, or bag
  • Lunch box or bag
  • Microwavable food storage containers
  • Small personal décor such as photos or inspirational art that can be pinned on a cork board, cannot be nailed/taped to wall.
  • Small number of books
  • State issued ID, social security card, and insurance cards
    –    Optional: Reusable water container and lock for gym locker
    –    Optional: Reading material (Bible, devotionals, recreational reading materials, etc.)
  • Pens, pencils, or highlighters
  • Notebook
  • Cell phone and chargers
  • Mailing items, if needed
  • No Products containing alcohol. Examples include, but are not limited to mouthwash, Bengay, cough medicine, and other analgesic ointments)
  • No Candles
  • No Pornography
  • No Posters or Paintings
  • No shirts of poor taste
  • Excessive amount of clothing or personal items
  • Mouthwash that contains alcohol
  • Weapons of any kind (including pocketknives)
  • Inappropriate material