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The Timothy House provides a safe and structured environment where we strive to teach the residents the values of every day Christian living.  We expect the residents to comply with all rules and to participate in all activities.  Furthermore, we expect that they do this with a good attitude and treat everyone, fellow residents and leaders, with respect.  Below is a list of regularly scheduled activities that will give a little insight into our basic structure.
  • Monday – Friday
    • Wake up at 6:00 am
    • Breakfast roll call 7:00         am
    • Chores done by 8:00 am
    • Morning Devotion 8:00         am
    • Work day starts at                 8:30am
    • Lunch 12:00pm
  •  Monday – Friday
    • Work day over at 4:00           pm
    • Dinner roll call 6:00 pm
    • Evening meeting 7:00           pm (Except Fridays)
    • Quiet Time 10:00 pm
    • Lights Out 11:00 pm
  • Intensive Program
    • Tuesday 2 1/2-Hour               Group
      • Timothy House
      • 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm
    • Thursday 2 1/2-Hour             Group
      • Timothy House
      • 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Saturday – Sunday
 
Our weekends vary greatly depending on season, weather, and events.  Wake up times are 7:00 am both days.  We always attend a service on Sunday morning.  No meetings.  Meal times are the same.  We have our weekly transportation house meeting on Sunday night at 7:30 pm.
 
Some typical Saturday events include Men’s Breakfasts, fundraising events, and volunteer work days.
 
Every Sunday we attend Orchard Church in Ellijay, GA at the 8:30 am service.
 
 
 Commonly asked questions –
 
  • What is the cost of the program?
    • There is a $1200 entrance fee which is due the day your loved one enters into our program.
    • The weekly fee ranges from $195 to $250 per week depending on the program level.
    • We understand that this is a lot of money and we work with people regularly to come up with a         plan that works for everybody.  Please don’t hesitate to Contact Us with financial questions.
  • What if my loved one is on probation?
    • We work very closely with parole and local, state, and federal probation.
    • We send monthly reports to probation and parole officers while residents are enrolled in our             program.
  • What if my loved one has pending charges?
    • If is very common for those struggling with addiction to have some legal problems.
    • We can provide transportation to and from court for your loved one.
    • If necessary, one of our pastors can accompany your loved one to court.
  • Can the residents use tobacco products?
    • Yes.  Each building has a designated smoking area.
    • While we believe it would be best to quit smoking, we do not require as part of our program that       they do.
  • Can the residents have cell phones or other electronic devices?
  • Can I have contact with my loved one while they are enrolled in the program?
    • Residents in the first phase of the program may use the phone Thursdays 5-10 and Sundays 12-       6.
    • Second phase residents may have their phones at all times.
    • Every Sunday you may attend church with us and sit with your loved one.
    • Every Sunday we have visitation from 12 pm to 7:30 pm.
    • Second phase residents are eligible for weekend passes every other weekend as long as their             tuition is current and they are not under any discipline.
 
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