This is advertised as a sober living and when I or someone calls all the right things are said. But when you arrive its a whole new ball game. Its completely unethical and morally wrong on so many levels. No one in our home town has ever tried to do anything about it, I am living here now and I am guessing there isn't enough educated people that understand it or I should say know where to begin with it. Id like to take some action and am hoping that someone can point me in the right direction.This is not Transitional housing, and is a 13 unit apartment shared living complex. Privately owned not a state regulated sober living. The contract shows basic sober living rules.
Complaints should be directed to staff. You can also voice your opinion to the court if the program was court ordered and you have a future court date. The is also the BBB or better business bureau where you can voice a complaint. There are also numerous sites like yelp where you can leave a review. Hope this answer helps?
What are your concerns? Is this a court certified sober living house? If so, you may be able to bring your concerns in front of the court especially if your sober living contract is a condition of your sentencing.
Bring this to attenuation of court- although you might jeopardize your own situation.
ANDREW ROBERTS CRIMINAL AND TRAFFIC TICKET DEFENSE ATTORNEY
The staff and court are great options. Another option may be contacting local law Enforcment. It will cause the sober living facility staff concern and may encourage them to make appropriate changes. Your program is your concern. You want to successfully complete that program.
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