The new routine for Evangeloon to adhere to once released from hospital as per my source, Martin.
After being admitted and signing in as a patient/resident of the "halfway house," Evangeloon MUST adhere to the following strictly and with out failure, etc,
All laundry, including personal laundry, to be done and hung out on the clothes-line designated for the room he is occupying,
All meals MUST be prepared and MUST be both healthy and nutritious plus contain a MINIMUM of 3 servings of vegetables in each meal, Meats, vegetables will be supplied but the "resident" must contribute to the costs,
A roster is posted stating who, resident wise, is responsible for what household tasks each day, this roster will change each week,
Room MUST be kept clean , tidy, bed made, clothing stowed away neatly with shoes, etc, placed neatly in the corner of the room,
Lights out will be at 9.30 pm every night except Fridays when it will be at 10.00 pm, at those times ALL "residents" must go without objection to their respective rooms, close the door and remain there until morning (rooms have a separate and built in en-suite btw,
NO after hours ( lights out) interactions between residents will permitted nor tolerated, harsh penalties will apply for ANY and ALL breeches,
ALL doors and windows of the facility are fitted with alarms, including the fire-escape door which has a locking system designed to only unlock in cases of fire or at the in-putting of specific code by the House Manager or Volunteer Night Duty personnel,
After residing for not less than 2 weeks and following ALL Rules and regulations with out fault/failure,
a resident MAY given Day Release for 1 day per week, however that 'release' will be from 9.00 am until 6.00 pm and the "resident " must return to the facility NO less than 10 minutes after the curfew has passed, failure to do so WILL result in confinement in Isolation for 2 days for the first breech and shall be increased by 1 day for any other breeches,
after being co-operative and return as scheduled from Day releases for a specified period, the "resident may apply for PERMISSION to have the following, 24 hour releases, 1 per week) - permitted for 3 weeks, followed ( if no breeches of course) by ONE 72 hour release per week for another 3 weeks, ALL 24 and 72 hour releases MUST be approved by and supervised by the designated Carer of the resident,
There are a string more rules and restrictions that Evangeloon MUST adhere to as well, but it would typing out pages of them, so I hope you get the idea of how regulated his home-coming looks to be.
Oh, and his "Carer" works 24 hours per day for 4 days, then a replacement takes over from him for 3 days.
And to keep Evangeloon on his toes, they will rotate every second or third week but it will not be in a predictable and regulated manner either.