Located about 30 miles east of Des Moines, Iowa in the town of Newton, Kingdom Living is a sober living for men transitioning out of prison, jail or a residential treatment facility. Kingdom Living offers clients a supportive community of peers and a safe, comfortable environment, perfect for individuals beginning their recovery journey. It provides a value-rich experience with an emphasis on the principles of sobriety, spirituality and unity. Kingdom Living strives to keep costs low but in turn, clients must be sober and are required to actively participate in a 12-step program.
Accommodations and Amenities
While Kingdom Living runs a tight ship with fairly strict rules, the facility provides some amenities for residents. They are permitted TVs and DVD players in their bedrooms. Also, individuals over 30 days in can stay out two nights per week as long as notice is given. Residents with children are allowed to have them stay the night up to three times a week.
Rules and Regulations
Kingdom Living believes that structure, discipline and spirituality are integral components to the success of a sustainable, long-term recovery. To this end, the facility keeps residents busy. Clients must be employed and working at least 30 hours a week. Those who aren’t must be volunteering or performing service commitments. In addition, residents are responsible for attending and participating in house meetings held on Sundays and Wednesdays. House meetings are key to developing and maintaining a balanced community, and also provide individuals with the opportunity to voice concerns and actively listen. Respect for the house and housemates are paramount. Every resident is assigned chores and must keep their personal areas clean. Anyone caught stealing or even touching another resident’s property without permission will be asked to leave. There is a strict curfew of 10 pm Sunday through Thursday and 11 pm Friday and Saturday.
While the length of stay varies depending on the unique needs of the client, the minimum stay is typically three months. Kingdom Living is rooted in the 12-step recovery model. Clients must attend at least four meetings a week to remain in the house. Residents are also required to work regularly with a 12-step sponsor. In addition, clients attend two retreats per year in July and November.
Without a physician in the house, medication management is not available. Individuals on the sex offender registry are not allowed.
Kingdom Living in Newton, Iowa offers transitional housing for men coming out of prison or residential facilities. Twelve-step based, Kingdom Living provides a solid structure where residents are required to perform chores, work together as a unit, attend both weekly house meetings and regular 12-step groups and maintain employment. For clients seeking affordable and safe sober housing, Kingdom Living is a great resource.
763 S 60th Ave E
Newton, IA 50208
Kingdom Living Cost: $150 (deposit due on move-in); $100 (per week for shared rooms); $125 (per week for single rooms); $15 (per day for partial weeks). Reach Kingdom Living by email at [email protected].
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