Have questions about living in our shared housing or about our organization?
View our list of Frequently Asked Questions Here!
Yes! Our communities are a place where people who are in recovery can feel safe, knowing that they will not encounter any temptation. As such, we prohibit the use of drugs and alcohol inside of our homes.
Our residents are responsible and capable adults who are expected to clean up after themselves. It is our expectation that you will keep the homes clean and tidy at all times.
To join our program at the Sunshine House starts at $850 per month and includes access to necessities, like toilet paper, tissues, paper towels, laundry soap, etc. Room costs may vary by size and amenities. Housing costs at our future houses may vary. The rent will be listed on your application.
Yes, bathrooms will be shared between residents.
Our homes have a set of community expectations that residents must follow. Failure to comply with these expectations will result in the resident being unable to remain in the home. We set reasonable expectations for our residents for the purpose of keeping all of our residents safe.
Our houses are a safe space. Confidentiality and discretion are required. Residents are expected to be respectful of each other by not disclosing any personal information about each other to others. We have zero tolerance for disclosing confidential information.
Our houses have a zero tolerance policy for ANY drugs or alcohol on the premises, including marijuana, except for prescription medication. All prescription medications must be properly documented and reported to us.
We expect our residents to respect other people’s possessions, maintain common spaces, and to attend required house meetings.
No, rooms are shared between 2-3 people per bedroom to maximize the number of people who we are able to support in the space and provide additional support and accountability.
Residents will have access to all common spaces in the house, a shared computer, a Barbeque grill, and the opportunity to tend a garden if they wish. We will also provide occasional self improvement workshops.
No. To best protect our community, guests are not allowed on the premises. This includes all areas of the house and the yard.
No, animals are not permitted to live at our properties.
We believe that everyone has their own path to recovery. As such, we trust our residents’ medical providers when it comes to MAT. Note that all prescription medications must be documented with our foundation.
Yes! Room to Rise is pending as a federally recognized 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax deductible. We will provide a donation letter certifying that you have contributed to us if you choose to donate.
Community members are encouraged to donate furniture and other items that are listed on our wishlists. We do not accept used items as donations to our homes. If you would like to purchase wishlist items, click here.
If you would like for us to earmark your donation for a specific program or purpose, please let us know! We are happy to discuss how you can apply your gift in a way that feels personally meaningful to you.
Yes! Room to Rise is working to secure more homes in order to serve more residents. Keep an eye on our site to see when we have new properties available.