Based out of Langhorne, Pennsylvania, Kingdom House is a Christian-based sober living home for men. The facility offers flexible lengths of stay and support services for clients with co-occurring disorders.
Accommodations and Amenities
The Kingdom House is a residential home in a quiet neighborhood. The house can accommodate 12 men, 18 years and older. Residents share a room with one other client and each comes equipped with twin beds, dressers and closet space. Common areas have couches, plush carpeting and cable TV. On-site laundry and a full kitchen are also available and residents are expected to prepare their own meals.
Rules and Regulations
Residents must submit to regular and random drug testing and attend regular off-site 12-step meetings, in addition to maintaining employment. Participation in structured house activities is also required, which includes Bible study and church outings on Sunday. Clients also attend house groups to gain life skills. Those with a dual diagnosis can get additional support from the staff or receive referrals for outside treatment.
Overall, Kingdom House offers a structured living environment for men in early recovery. While residents generally live independent lives, they are also immersed in local 12-step recovery and Christian-based groups. For those in the market for a faith-based program, Kingdom House is an affordable and worthy option.
Langhorne, PA 19047
Kingdom House Cost: $660 (30 days, $165 weekly); $65 intake fee. Reach Kingdom House by phone at (267) 994- 0128. Find Kingdom House on YouTube
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