Pittsburgh Sober Living Homes - Frequently Asked Questions
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Pittsburgh Sober Living Houses - FAQ

Q: What is a Three Quarter Way House?
A: A Three Quarter Way House is an independent living facility where recovering residents are transitioning to total independence.

Q: Is a Three Quarter Way House a Residential Treatment Facility?
A: No

Q: Can residents leave when they want?
A: Yes, but only within the curfew resrictions stated in the Rules and Regulations (Exceptions for work are allowed).

Q: Are residents required to attend meetings?
A: Yes

Q: What is the success rate of residents in Three Quarter Way Houses?
A: Our experience has shown that the success rate is entirely dependent on the resident. If they do the things that are required of them while they are here and continue to work a strong 12 step program, the chances are good that they will be successful.

Q: Are residents required to work?
A: Yes, but if disabled the resident must volunteer at a management approved charity.

Q: May I visit your facility to see if it's for me?
A: Yes, but we ask that you schedule an appointment so as not to disturb our residents.

Q: Do you accept donations?
A: Yes, but we are not a 501(c)3 designated organization; therfore, we cannot provide tax deductible receipts.

Q: Who is eligible for residency?
A: Any recovering adult who is willing to abide by the Rules and Regulations and is committed to living a sober lifestyle.