Our mission is to provide a safe haven for everyone.
The Dry Dock has a Code of Conduct that ensures everyone has a positive experience at the Dry Dock. This code covers how we treat each other and how we consider our neighbors and what the rules are regarding service animals. The code must be followed so that we can preserve a clean safe have for one and all in recovery. By adhering to the code recovering souls are allowed to connect with each other, heal and grow strong. To preserve the healing and growth we ask that you observe the following simple rules.
Treating Each Other
We avoid harassment at all costs
We respect the boundaries and space of all who enter
We do not drink alcohol or use drugs on the premises
We respect the property of others
We maintain a calm and peaceful environment
We do not panhandle while at the Dry Dock
Children are welcome at meetings. Parents, please step out of the meeting if your children need to be quieted.
Children cannot be left alone at the Dry Dock. Counter personnel will not assume responsibility for them.
Good Neighbor Policy
Please smoke at the CURB
Honor others by keep the sidewalks clean: throw cigarette butts (after putting them out) and waste in the garbage
Maintain normal speaking voices when congregating inside and outside
Do not double park or block driveways
The service animal must be leashed and under your control at all times
The service animal must be quiet
The service animal must be removed if there someone who is allergic in the Dry Dock
We reserve the right to ask anyone to leave.