Residents will receive a copy of the Draper House rules and program description upon admission:
RESPECT: Each person deserves respect and I understand that I must be respectful of other.
INSURANCE: I agree to obtain insurance as part of my responsibility to ensure that I have health care coverage.
TOX SCREEN: I agree and understand that this is a sober/ dry environment. I will comply with random Tox screens as per the house policy.
POSITIVE TOX SCREEN: I agree to abstain from using illegal substances and understand that if my urine Tox screen is positive I agree to seek treatment. I must comply with the sober house policy and obtain written prescription by health care provider for all medications.
Draper House rules and program description helps residents understand the expectations and benefits of the program.
Upon admission, each resident will receive a copy of the Draper House program description. At the time of admission, the admitting house manager/ owner will review the Draper House rules and program description with the resident and the resident will sign a copy of the rules that will indicate the review.
All residents must follow urine collectors direction when completing a urine.
*HOUSE MEETING TIME SCHEDULE IS DETERMINED BY HOUSE MANAGER*
Draper House has the right and responsibility to search residents’ belongings and the residences for illegal substances and inappropriate/ hazardous items.
Draper house seeks to ensure the safety of all residents and to provide a safe environment conducive to recovery from addiction.
Each Draper House resident has rights that staff will safeguard during your stay. You have the right to:
An environment that supports your recovery.
Be treated with dignity and respect.
Choose your recovery goals.
Participate actively in your recovery.
Information regarding informed consent prior to your stay.
Receive information regarding cost.
Confidential records that are accessible only to designated staff and which can be released to others outside of Draper House only with my permission except as allowed by state and federal law.
Be referred to subsequent services upon leaving or transfer from the residence.
Retain personal property that does not jeopardize your or others’ safety or health.
Receive and send unopened mail.
Be seen by a private physician with the understanding that all costs will be your responsibility.
File a complaint with the director without fear of retaliation and to have the complaint investigated within a reasonable amount of time.
Be fully informed before any changes occur in these rights and responsibilities as well as changes to Draper House policies, procedures, program components, and schedule.
Refuse to stay and be informed of the consequences of this action.
Request referral resources in the event of my dismissal from the Draper House.
Not to be required to perform services for Draper House which are not included in the usual expectations of all residents.
Grievances and disputes that cannot be resolved between residents should be brought to the attention of the house manager.
Any grievance against the house manager can be brought to the director/owner.
If a dispute cannot be resolved within Draper House, formal grievances can be filed with the Massachusetts Alliance of Sober Housing (MASH).
DIRECTOR: ANDREW ULRICH
MASH WEBSITE: MASHSOBERHOUSING.ORG
MASH PHONE: 781-472-2624