Resident Code of Conduct: NARR Level of Support

Creating a Resident Code of Conduct for a Recovery House > Resident Code of Conduct: NARR Level of Support


Elements of the Code of Conduct can vary depending on the level of support available in the home, and your particular and unique recovery program.

  • Level III homes require residents to commit to engage in recovery supports and have clear guidance to maintain recovery.  Often, residents who first move into the Level III home will have strict supports (IE required meetings and a house curfew) that they agree to follow.
  • Level II homes offer the resident more empowerment.  There may be more of an emphasis on employment, building community, and taking leadership.
  • Level I homes are where the residents develop and implement the Code of Conduct themselves.

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