Ubuntu (“oo – boon – to”) provides a space of comfort for those who need assistance getting their feet beneath themselves again. Ubuntu is a little different sober living model. Our purpose is to provide a means for those whom desire a return to “normalcy” with some level of aid from others who understand their plight and struggle. We understand.
We believe our residents are still assets to society with a little help starting over. Ubuntu provides that help by allowing them to conveniently pay for rent, utilities, general supplies, cable TV, and telephone - in a fully furnished home while maintaining dignity in an environment where they are treated with respect.
We won’t ask you to sell coupons in parking lots or take your paychecks. We expect you to manage your affairs with as much or little help needed on a case by case basis. You will never have more than two residents per room.
Ubuntu is not ideal for those seeking or needing strict and close supervision. It’s a second or third chance for men and women with ambition and desire to hold themselves and others to high standards and accountability as members of society.
Expulsion, if necessary, is based on common sense versus rigid regulations. Ubuntu allows and to some degree expects adults to live as adults. This is not an end point. We require active lifestyles physically & spiritually with ambition to move on; beyond simply staying sober. Sobriety is merely part of a balanced life.