Men and women recover from drug addiction and alcoholism every day. It’s very important, when looking for arrangements after treatment, that sober living environments offer gender-separate and gender-specific options. This way we can address core issues men and women face in active addiction separately. We have several locations that do just that.
“I spent 17 years in my addiction to drugs and alcohol. When I got clean and sober in 2003 I also received an opportunity to open Jay’s House. I decided to make this house unlike any other house out there.
Jay’s House is not an institution, if that’s what you are looking for, you’re at the wrong place. Jay’s House is a group of guys that help each other stay clean and sober. They give each other support, go to meetings together, and they are there for each other. Jay’s House is a home. Period! I provide wireless internet, cable in each room, sheets, blankets, pillows, towels, washer and dryer, and above all food. I have put everything in place for you to succeed. The only reason you would not succeed at Jay’s House is because you would choose not to.
So…if you are looking for a clean, safe, and drug free place to live while you grow, make new friends and work a program of recovery, (which includes, attending meetings – AA or NA, having a Sponsor, and completing 12-step study and step work)…WELCOME TO JAY’S HOUSE!” ~Jay Harmon, Founder