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Transitional Housing For Sober Living

Imi Pono Foundation’s equipped to assist homeless individuals and families that suffer from alcohol or substance abuse enroll in a treatment program; or maintain their sobriety with group support.

Imi Pono Foundations Transition Houses are not formal treatment programs, yet enhance the on-going assistance with further opportunities for personal growth and socialization. However, we are affiliated with coalitions and associations that monitor health, safety, quality and adherence to a peer-oriented model of recovery, such as Addiction Recovery Resources and the Sober Living Network.

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Support Group Living

If left untreated, addiction can be a chronic, lifelong disease; likewise, the goal of recovery is for it to last a lifetime. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for individuals to have a “revolving door” experience with recovery, doing well in a treatment center, relapsing once they get out, and ultimately finding themselves back at square one, seeking treatment all over again.

At Imi Pono Foundation, we are committed to providing our members with a foundation for lasting freedom from drug and alcohol addiction —something we provide through our sober living program.

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Transitional Housing For Homeless

Expanding transitional housing is Imi Pono Foundations priority. Reducing homelessness and where we are going to be most effective in doing this is through our transitional housing program.

Imi Pono Foundation is requesting financial support so that we may help with acquiring and managing properties to accommodate such clients and bring together other agencies that can provide valuable services to homeless populations.

Imi Pono Foundations equipped to assist homeless individuals and families that suffer from alcohol or substance abuse enroll in a treatment program; or maintain their sobriety with group support. The philosophy of recovery emphasizes involvement in 12-step groups and the importance of social and environmental factors in recovery. The essential characteristics include: 1) alcohol and drug free living environment, 2) attendance of 12-step self-help groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), 3) required compliance with house rules 4) seeking financial assistance to pay membership dues and fees 5) attending mandatory weekly facilities meeting 6) members also participate in facilities cleanliness and upkeep 6) each facility has a live-in manager who is responsible for ensuring that house rules and requirements are followed (e.g. curfew, attendance at 12-step meetings, etc.)

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Whether you or someone close to you is directly effected by homlessness, alcohol, or substance abuse feel free to give us a call: (808) 780-3035