Those who are currently looking for transitional housing may apply to Thrive. Violent offenders will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. We cannot accept registered sex offenders.
Your length of stay will depend on your individual needs, goals and desires. We encourage a minimum length of stay of two months. Thrive is a non-time limited program and offers the flexibility for individuals to use the program as a stepping stone or as a more permanent home.
Here at Thrive we love animals, but we are unable to have residents bring their own pets with them. Some residents may have allergies to particular types of animals and it would be very difficult to manage these allergies with animals residing inside the home.
Thrive has private and shared rooms. Room selection is determined considering availability, needs assessment, and personal preferences.
Yes. Letters, packages and anything that arrives for you will be delivered to your room daily. We may sometimes request packages be opened with a House Manager present for monitoring safety.
Yes. Here at Thrive, you will have free access to wifi. We offer internet and cable TV via our network connection. Emails and contacts from friends and families are an important part of staying connected; we encourage residents to maintain regular contact with family and friends via email or by phone. You may also bring your personal laptop or computer.
Yes. Each house has a land line to both make and receive calls. The House Manager will assist you with making any calls and getting phone numbers that you may need. You are welcome to bring personal cell phones as part of your belongings.
Yes, tobacco smoking is allowed in designated smoking areas outside the homes.
Living at Thrive is just like living in your own home. You may bring décor to make your bedroom your own. You may bring your electronics, games, books, and other items you wish to have with you. However, because there are multiple people here, we strive to avoid clutter. Do not bring anything more than will fit comfortably in the assigned storage spaces.
Yes. THRIVE does random drug test.
Our sober living programs are designed for men and women who have already completed a detox program and a drug and alcohol rehab program. This helps clients establish a firm foundation that they can continue building upon while completing a sober living program.
At our community, we maintain a strict policy of zero tolerance for drug or alcohol use, both on and off the property. As part of our commitment to providing a safe and supportive environment, we conduct regular random drug and alcohol tests, typically utilizing 12-panel screening. It's important to note that refusal to submit to a drug test will be treated in the same manner as a positive test result. This approach ensures the well-being and accountability of all our residents, fostering an atmosphere conducive to successful recovery and personal growth.
No. THRIVE residents are expected to purchase and prepare their own food for meals. We do, however, provide all cooking utensils and appliances needed to prepare those meals.