Phases of Stay
1st Month
This is a probation period that the resident can checkout the program and see if it is a fit for them as well as staff can decide if a resident is a for the program.

Either party can make the decision to discharge at 30 days with no consequences for future application to program.
Phase #1 (1-3 Months)
  • Special occasion weekend passes will be considered (Christmas, Easter)
  • Getting schedule set and attending all programs
  • Working through sleep issues
  • Get a doctor
  • Get an ID
  • Complete first 3 steps
  • Allowed to skip one group
  • Attending a minimum of 4 meetings a week
  • Online meetings in the Livingroom (one per week can count towards the required 4 meetings)
To Graduate
  • Attend 90% of groups
  • Respect towards staff and house
  • Completing house chores
  • Recovery plan that includes relapse prevention and crisis support
  • Cake, lunch and celebration
  • Anything less you can receive a certificate of attendance
Completion Certificate
This will be given to any resident that stays in the program for the 3 months but has not met the criteria for graduation.
To stay past 3 months
You must apply in writer with your caseworker. It will be handed in to management and a decision will be made.
Graduation VS Completed Time
Anything less than 3 months is not a graduation.
Phase #2 (3-6 Months)
  • Regular weekend passes
  • Allowed to skip one group and one Friday group (not including house meeting)
  • Working through the steps
  • Appointments constantly attended
At 6 months, one can apply to graduate Phase #2
6 months is a formal graduation lunch, certificate and celebration.
To Graduate
  • Attend 90% of groups
  • Respect towards staff and house
  • Recovery plan that includes relapse prevention and crisis support
  • Cake, lunch and celebration
  • Anything less you can receive a certificate of attendance
To stay past 6 months
You must apply in writer with your caseworker. It will be handed in to management and a decision will be made.
Phase #3 (9-12 Months)
  • Building transition plan
  • complete the 12 steps
  • Weekend passes
  • Positive role model in group
  • Part time work
  • Buddy to new participant
  • Lead groups
  • Lead house meetings
  • Lead in house step meetings
  • Work with counsellor to locate housing
  • Create discharge recovery plan
  • Car can be brought to facility
  • Will consider full time work and can work part time.
  • Must continue to attend 4 meetings a week even if working full time.
  • Continue to comply with all house rules and be respectful to staff.
  • Be a peer mentor to new participants.
  • Attend a minimum of 4 meetings and 2 can be zoom if working full time.
At 9-12 months, one can apply to graduate Phase #3
  • At 9 months you must have a conversation with your caseworker to be able to make a decision about staying for 12 months.
  • A recovery plan that includes a relapse prevention and crisis support.
  • Cake, formal dinner and celebration.
  • Anything less you can receive a certificate of attendance.
Tiny Homes
To be considered for the Tiny Homes

You can not ​apply before 9 months of recovery at Lennon House. 

You must apply in writing with your caseworker.

It will be handed into management and a decision will be made if one is available. 

Must have a job to be able to pay for the rent.