Sober Living in Nashville TN at The Reserve is committed to provide a safe, sober and secure sober living environment for all sober living residents staying at The Reserve. The Reserve Sober Living Community is comprised on 6 high end luxury sober living homes in Nashville TN and we are committed to maintaining a safe, drama free, sober living environment. Our first and foremost commitment is safety of the sober living homes and the sober living residents living in our luxury halfway houses and recovery residences. We conduct random drug testing and have a zero tolerance policy for drug and alcohol use while living in our Nashville sober living homes. Please read the below carefully and do not agree to living in our sober living residents if you are not committed to sobriety and following our sober living rules. Attendance at our sober living meetings and services we offer is not mandatory,, however, as we do not believe in forcing anyone to attend the sober living meetings and services we offer. Sobriety, attending outside meetings and working the 12 steeps of AA or NA is strongly suggested and, candidly, we do not only want sober living residents that are serious about working AA and/or NA's 12, attending meetings and improving their lives.
Resident will remain drug and alcohol free.
Resident will attempt or make efforts to participate in the community and peer-to-peer groups offered by The Reserve, although such groups are not mandatory. You, however, are in sober living Nashville TN so you should focus on making every effort to improve yourself and enhance your chances for long term sobriety and happiness through sobriety.
Resident should utilize time at The Reserve to focus on attending meetings, getting a sponsor and completing steps with a sponsor during my residency.
Resident will attend a minimum of 7 AA/NA meetings per week during the first 90 days of sobriety and 5 a week thereafter. (Note, this can be accomplished via Zoom meetings and attendance at groups provided by Scott G and Doug H and Yoga sessions provided by Noel count toward this meeting total during Corona Virus quarantine).
Resident should keep bedroom and house reasonably clean, be respectful of other's property and will not enter another's bedroom without permission. The following are the sober living guidelines and rules for sober living The Reserve:
Resident will select a home group.
Resident will select and work with a sponsor.
Resident will be in by 11:00 p.m. on weekdays and 12:00 a.m. on weekends.
Resident will self-administer medication as prescribed by a physician and keep my medication in the lock box provided.
Resident will not discontinue any prescribed medication without a physician's order and I will not give or sell my medication to anyone else.
Resident will maintain a respectable noise level at all times and will not disrupt or be disrespectful to the neighbors at any time.
Resident will participate in and complete aftercare as required by the referring treatment center, counselor or anyone else supervising my progress and/or recovery.
Resident will not smoke in the house and agree to limit smoking to the designated out-door areas and I will not leave cigarette butts on the ground.
Resident will provide two-week notice prior to moving out and clean my room and/or personal area[a] in order to receive return of any security deposit.
Resident will have two days to return to the house in gather my belongs if I move out and/or required to move out for any reason.
Resident will respect the anonymity of all residents. Resident and house business is confidential and must not be disclosed outside the house.
Resident will not engage in the following and further agree that engaging the following can serve grounds as immediately termination of my residency at the house and forfeiture of any security deposit:
(a) Violating the anonymity of the house and/or its residents as outlined in ¶ (18) above:
(b) Violence or threats of physical violence;
(c) Abusive verbal behavior;
(d) Physical violence.;
(e) Chronic bad/negative attitude;
(g) Destruction of house property.;
(h) Loud music, television, radio or instrument.;
(k) Breaking confidentiality;
(l) Abusive loud arguments;
(m) Violation of house policy or procedure;
(n) Use of drugs or alcohol;
(o) Possession and/or use of weapons;
(p) Refusal to submit to drug and/or alcohol confirmation testing;
(q) Not informing management when you know that a resident is using drugs or alcohol.;
(r) Not paying monthly fee/rent; and
(s) Having members of the opposite sex, girlfriends or significant others inside the house and/or having unauthorized visitors inside the house.
Prepaid rent/fee monies and security deposit will not be returned to resident if resident was asked to leave for violent behavior, theft, damage to property, not paying rent, relapse/use of drugs or alcohol or refusal to submit to a drug test.
Please call or advise at once if you do not agree with or think the above sober living rules and suggestions should should not apply to you or if you cannot abide by the above while living at The Reserve Luxury Sober Living in Nashville Tennessee.
The Reserve Luxury Sober Living in Nashville may be contacted 24 hours a day at: (850) 687-9823 or send us an email at: email@example.com. We strive to provide the Best Sober Living Homes and the Best Sober Living Services. Please call to arrange for a tour of our luxury sober living homes and to meet our sober living residents with whom you may be living to find out what it is like to live in our luxury sober living community.