Jubilee House is a faith-based ministry housing program which provides sober living for men ages 18 and over in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The house was founded under the direction of a man named Elisha Harris following his release from Pendleton correctional Center. In pursuit of his mission to provide a safe respite for men once they exit incarceration, JH has, since 1997, helped men from diverse backgrounds by housing them in a sober Christian living environment.
Accommodations and Amenities
JH is a three bedroom two bathroom house in a low-rent residential district of Fort Wayne. With a modest and tidy exterior, the house is amply furnished. All rooms are double occupancy, allowing for six men total, and supplied with twin beds, night stands and a shared dresser. Common areas include a kitchen, living room and small dining area. Water, electricity and laundry facilities are included in the monthly rent. Residents are responsible for their own detergent, linens, cleaning supplies, personal items and food. There is also a house phone for local calls only.
Rules and Regulations
Eligible clients must be on parole or probation and have ankle bracelets. Residents must be sober for admission and adhere to all departments of corrections parole requirements including volunteer work, community service hours and registering at the local job search organization. Urinalysis testing is done three times per week and breathalyzers are administered daily. There is a zero tolerance for substance abuse, violence or stealing. Curfew is at 10 pm Sunday through Thursday and 11:30 pm on Friday and Saturday. Residents are required to attend the Monday night in house meeting, Wednesday night sober support group meeting and the Friday night Bible Study group. The Sunday morning church service is also mandatory. Clients are not required to attend any particular 12-step meeting group but outside support is recommended.
JH provides affordable sober living and a safe harbor strictly for men who are on parole or probation wearing a state-issued ankle bracelet. Their Christian oriented philosophy and structured living expectations aim to offer hope and transitional support to recovering addicts after incarceration and help them to become functioning members of society.
2705 Chestnut St.
Fort Wayne, IN 46803
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