Guys gathering to share a meal at Burlington Recovery Homes

Each resident receives information and signs a lease contract that includes the rules of BRH on move-in day.

The rules include house and chore expectations, medications, quiet time, guests, personal belongings, expectations with fellow housemates, searches, release of information, etc.  Following is a list of a few of the rules:


Each BRH is a recovery home and intended to be drug and alcohol free.


Periodically the House Managers will request drug and alcohol tests to be completed by the resident.

If a resident relapses, they will be evaluated to determine what is the best course of action to help them in their journey in recovery. In some circumstances, it will mean immediate removal, notifying police, or contacting their parole or probation officer for assistance.


All residents are expected to report any suspected use to the house manager immediately.

If any resident has drugs or alcohol on the property, or is suspected of such, local law enforcement and parole/probation may be notified. Transportation to a medical facility may be provided and/or calls to personal contacts may be made.


No overnight guests, without permission.

Guys relaxing outside at a Burlington Recovery House

“Happy 4th of July weekend to the best family in Crow Wing County!!!!!!!”

“Thank you very much for all your support and devotion to our clients. I’m very impressed and grateful for the service you provide.”

Community Partner

“Best sober home ever, hands down.”

Matie G.

Would you like more information?

Call us today with any questions or to schedule a phone application interview.