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Frequently asked questions about Julie Adams House

How do I get into the house?

Most residents are referred to Julie Adams House after they have completed a medically supervised drug or alcohol rehab program. All residents must pass our intake screening to establish that this is the right place for them.

Is there a waiting list?

Because our bed space is limited, we generally are filled. Referral agencies are encouraged to contact us about openings.

How long is the plan?

Going through both phases requires a minimum six-month commitment, although residents can extend their stay if they feel the need.

Can anyone get help from the Julie Adams House?

We are strictly a women only and they must be 18 years or older.

May I have visitors?

Because we are structured supportive housing, we encourage visitors at only specified visiting hours. We can also help friends and family members to find Al-Anon or Nar-Anon support groups.

What will I have to pay?

Julie Adams House is funded strictly by donations, fundraising and the rent that Phase Two residents pay each month.

Who is Julie Adams?

Julie Adams House was named to honor two people, Julie and Adam, who lost their struggles with addiction.

Who runs Julie Adams House?

Our residents conduct house meetings and see that the house rules are being respected. This participation is part of each woman’s path to self-reliance.

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Frequently asked questions

How do I get into the house?

While some residents are self-referred, most residents are referred to Julie Adams House after they have completed a medically supervised drug or alcohol rehab program.

Is there a waiting list?

Because our bed space is limited, we generally are filled. Referral agencies are encouraged to contact us about openings.

How long is the plan?

Our two-phase plan requires a minimum six-month commitment.

Can men enter the house for help?

No. We are strictly women only.

What about youth residents?

Residents must be at least 18-years-old.

What will be expected of me?

Each new resident is assigned a buddy to help with her acclimation to our facility. Residents are required to attend Twelve-Step meetings and life style training sessions. Chores are shared. In Phase Two, residents must find a job and pay a nominal fee for their room-and-board.

May I have visitors?

Only specified visiting hours. We can also help friends and family members to find Al-Anon or Narc-Anon support groups.

What will I have to pay?

We are funded strictly by donations, fundraising and the rent that Phase Two residents pay each month.

Who is Julie Adams?

Julie Adams House was named to honor two people, Julie and Adam, who lost their struggles with addiction.

Who runs Julie Adams House?

Our residents conduct house meetings and see that the house rules are being respected.