Come join the Keystone community
Our goal at Keystone Structured Living is to provide the highest-quality sober living programs possible while giving you all the tools you need to live a sober and fulfilling life on your own. Understandably, you may have a few questions about our various locations and services. Please review this list of our most frequently asked questions and don’t hesitate to give us a call if you need additional information or have specific concerns that are not mentioned here.
Sober living homes provide a safe, substance-free environment with recovery-focused programming to reinforce long-term maintenance of sobriety. Residents are generally allowed to stay as long as needed. Conversely, halfway houses are typically government funded and only allow clients to stay for a specified amount of time
Keystone does not offer transitional housing specifically for couples, but we do operate several gender-specific sober living houses for men and women that are located in the same neighborhood. Couples enrolled in our sober living program at the same time will enjoy convenient sober living spaces within walking distance of one another.
Keystone residents are all required to participate in regular drug and alcohol testing. We test for more than 80 substances and obtain immediate results.
Yes. All of our sober living houses have house managers that live on-site
Yes. As a Keystone resident, you are required to attend a set number of 12-step meetings per week.
Yes, we happily accommodate pregnant women as long as they are able to still work, but we cannot accommodate children. Once the baby is born,or she is no longer able to work, mother can no longer live in an KSL sober living home with her child.
There is a $100.00 deposit and
rent is $140.00 a week due every Friday.
Once you have completed and submitted your application, we will review your information and a member of our admissions team will contact you directly, usually within a couple of hours.
Our sober living programs are designed for men and women who have already completed a detox program and a drug and alcohol rehab program. This helps clients establish a firm foundation that they can continue building upon while in sober living.
We normally require that residents maintain their sobriety for at least 30 days before moving into one of our sober living homes, but since we are here to help people, we may make exceptions on a case by case basis.
You may stay as long as you need to. If our staff believes you are ready to live sober on your own back at home, we will encourage you to do so and provide the support you need to make the transition as smooth as possible.
Yes, you may. We prefer a 30-day notice for departure if you choose to leave one of our sober living homes.
No tobacco of any kind or vaping is allowed inside any Keystone Structured Living home. Smoking is allowed in designated outdoor areas, such as the backyard and porch of the property, but all cigarette butts must be disposed of appropriately in the butt bucket/can.
Most of our residents share a room with other roommates, but if you would like a private room, we may be able to accommodate your request. Please speak with a member of our admissions team to learn more about availability.
All of our residents are expected to adhere to the community rules and standards set forth by Keystone Structured Living. These rules include abstaining from all drug and alcohol use, and avoiding romantic relationships with other residents or staff members. Each resident will receive a full list of guidelines and commitments upon enrollment, but a condensed version is available here.
Keystone requires that residents are actively seeking employment, are employed, or volunteering while residing at one of our homes.
Yes. Each of our sober living homes is located in a highly populated area with plenty of employment opportunities nearby. Many may even be within walking distance of the home.
Yes. Depending on your progress, you may be awarded one or several overnight passes. These are typically awarded to residents who have shown exceptional progress and have completed certain objectives of their program of recovery.
Visitors are welcome at all Keystone Structured living homes but they must be approved in advance by a house manager before they can enter the home.
Yes, they are. There are no community rules prohibiting the use of cell phones.
Yes. We have convenient parking available for vehicles at all of our sober living locations. We do ask that you follow city parking laws when utilizing available spaces.
Yes. Laptops and tablets are allowed in our sober living houses. We broadcast Wi-Fi throughout the entirety of each home..
For obvious reasons the short answer is no, you cannot. Sorry
We provide a detailed packing list for all future residents here. If you have any additional questions about what to bring, what not to bring, or what we provide, please contact our admissions team for more details.
Yes. All of our men’s and women’s sober living homes are equipped with Wi-Fi and cable for the convenience of our residents.
Yes. All of our communities are conveniently located within walking distance a local bus route.
They are all located in the Broadmoor neighborhood in Baton Rouge, LA.
No. Keystone residents are expected to purchase and prepare their own food for meals. We do, however, provide all cooking utensils and appliances needed to prepare those meals.