Thank you for your reply and your additional information,
I am very sorry to hear of the harassment your son is experiencing because this is not the philosophy of a sober living house, in fact, it is far from it. I did some research on sober living homes and found that they are structured on the 12-Step Principles of Alcoholics Anonymous and their philosophy is to provide a positive living experience in a sober environment, free from drugs and alcohol. Many residents have just come from a rehab, so they are not very stable themselves with their new sobriety.
You asked if there was any basis on which you could take them to Court. In order to accurately Answer your question, you would have to ask your son what type of paperwork they had him sign when he became a resident, what the sober house was offering your son if he lived there, and what representations they made to your son. If it was nothing more than a place for those who wanted a low cost place to live, then your son was a tenant there. If, on the other hand, the sober house made representations to your son as to the safety of the environment, then your son might have a case against them. If they were aware of his mental state and harassed them, there would be an even stronger case against them.
Keeping all of the above in mind, you should ask your son to show you all of the paperwork they gave him when he first started his residency in the Sober living home. Then you will be able to see if they breached any promises they made to your son and you would be on much firmer ground in bringing an action against the sober living house, the manager, and the owner,
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