Thank you for being interested in joining our efforts to restore our community one by one. You’re coming into this program to let God change your life. This journey will not be easy and at times extremely difficult. I encourage you to look at it as an investment. Investments take up front costs- but in the end, you have a great payout. Investing the next year to change the rest of your life is a great investment. As you approach graduation, you will find yourself equipped, trained, and ready to be led by the Holy Spirit to impact others in your life. Be encouraged because God has a plan for you (Jeremiah 29:11).
I’ll never forget the day when I accepted Christ into my life. I was sitting in Cell 121, looking at 14 years in prison. That’s when I’d finally had enough. I invited Jesus Christ into my heart and since that day, things have never been the same. That doesn’t mean my journey got easier but I had a peace that I didn’t have before.
If you are weary, you will find rest in Jesus Christ at One Eighty. During your stay, do not put your faith in this “program”, or the leadership, but put your faith in the One that holds the power to change your life forever, Jesus Christ.
Thank you and God Bless!
Your Faithful Servant, Rusty Boruff, One Eighty Founder and Director
Who We Are and What We Do
Vision Statement: To bring love, hope and opportunity to those in crisis situations.
How: We will rely on prayer and the Word of God to transform the lives of men and women into their destinies. We will utilize hands-on discipleship methods for helping them overcome their addictions, habits, and struggles. We will accomplish this by allowing God to use us to restore lives, purify hearts, and disciple them into Godly men and women, through Jesus Christ.
Then the King will say, “Enter, you who are blessed by my Father! Take what’s coming to you in this kingdom. It’s been ready for you since the world’s foundation. And here’s why: I was hungry and you fed me, I was thirsty and you gave me a drink, I was homeless and you gave me clothes, I was sick and you stopped to visit, I was in prison and you came to me.” Matthew 25:34-36(TMSG)
“Take a good, hard look at your life. Think it over.” Haggai 1:7 (TMSG)
Updated January 2020
One Eighty’s residential program is a 14 month program, however, it is an individualized program and often times can last longer. Before residents are allowed to be promoted to each upper-phase, an evaluation and approval must first come from the One Eighty leadership team and staff.
Brief Description of the Phases and Goals of the One Eighty Residential Facilities
The program is designed as a 6 phase program including an Assessment Phase and a Graduation Phase. The Assessment Phase is to determine at a minimum of 30 days and a maximum of 60 days whether the resident is a “good fit” for our program. During this time, their enrollment within our program can be terminated at any time. There is no maximum to the program; however, there is an evaluation for any resident who is there longer than 14 months.
A resident must meet length requirement and also the principle requirement to be moved from phase to phase. Below is a description of the phase and what it entails.
Assessment Phase (1-2months)
Principle resident must have to be eligible: Willingness
This is our entry phase where men and women come to us from a variety of situations in life. During this period, we welcome, feed, house, start work program and begin to engage life together with our residents. The residents are introduced to a mentor within the first two to three weeks of their stay, and we begin addressing their immediate needs and connecting them with appropriate agencies or individuals. Our goals in assessment are to secure a safe and healthy environment for our residents to have every opportunity in which to thrive and become all that God has for them. We will encourage the building of a solid foundation in Christ, and it’s our desire that during the program each resident attains a mutual, nurturing relationship with their mentor, which will continue beyond the graduation. Upon completion of assessment, residents will have an appropriate photo ID, have medical services, access to transportation (private or public), and begin to acquire tools for living a healthy lifestyle, and with a positive assessment, will be invited to enter Phase 1.
Phase 1 (1-2months): Minimum Time in the Program to Begin this Phase: 1 month
Principle resident must have to be eligible: Honesty
Each resident will continue to work on building a strong spiritual foundation along with healthy personal relationships, acquire new life skills, and continue to participate in the daily routine and work programs. During this Phase they begin getting acquainted with their mentor and establish personal goals to work through during their time together.
Phase 2 (2-3 months): Minimum Time in the Program to Begin this Phase: 2 months
Principle resident must have to be eligible: Teachable
This phase will mostly be a continuation of Phase 1 with a few added responsibilities and privileges. Each resident will continue to follow the daily scheduling which will include work program, Bible studies, required classes , and working on goals with mentor and staff.
Phase 3 (3-4 months): Minimum Time in the Program to Begin this Phase: 4 months
Principle resident must have to be eligible: Trustworthy
The focus of this phase is two-fold. First, residents will continue to work on personal growth through class work, work program participation, and addressing individualized goals. Secondly, residents will begin assessing their level of readiness for entering the work force along with staff and the leadership team. An individualized plan for branching out into work will be developed. It will be determined by staff whether a resident is ready to search for a part-time or full time job or if there needs to be more focused time on personal goals before they are released to look for a job. When allowed to look for a job, residents will continue in the work program while looking for work 2 mornings a week during work program time. Just because a job is made available, it doesn't mean it will be allowed. All jobs must be first approved by staff prior to accepting a position and the resident will not begin work until they enter Phase 4. Side jobs are allowed during Phase 3 and will need to be approved on a case by case basis. Side jobs must be outside of class and work program time and also be approved by Enterprise Coordinator and Residential Supervisors.
Phase 4 (4-5 months): Minimum Time in the Program to Begin this Phase: 7 months
Principle resident must have to be eligible: Quality
During this phase residents will continue in the program and attending evening classes at the campus. However, the resident is also working a job during the day. School is also an option during phase four as long as the resident is still able to maintain employment. In this phase residents work on establishing a work routine and continue completing required classes and any other additional assignments and goals established by the House Supervisor.
Our goals in Phases 3 and 4 are to continue encouraging a strong spiritual foundation and lay a strong base for a continued walk in emotional healing and personal development while overcoming addictions and unhealthy lifestyles. We’ll engage in a collaborative effort to help attain excellence in employment and aid in preparation to engage life as a valued asset in society. Some residents may be given an opportunity to participate in our apprenticeship program if the potential is displayed and he/she is nominated and approved by the staff and leadership teams.
Graduation Phase (2-3 months): Minimum Time in the Program to Begin this Phase: 11 months
Principle resident must have to be eligible: Connectedness
At the beginning of Graduation Phase, residents may move into our stability housing or move into their own apartment. During this phase, residents learn to be more independent while still being connected. During this phase, we want to see a strong network of support available for continual support. Each resident is responsible to reach out and keep connected to these important relationships. Weekly church attendance is required as well as attending the Alumni Group events. In order to graduate, each resident must provide a solid emergency contingency plan. This will be explained more by the house supervisors at the time.
Graduation of the Program
Graduating residents are encouraged to continue to visit One Eighty. To graduate the program, you must first be approved by the One Eighty leadership. You will be recognized as a graduate of the program during a One Eighty Graduation Service. Upon graduation you’ll be asked to continue to be part of our Alumni Group that we will honor annually for your continued success. We hope that you remain connected and we can continue to be a healthy resource for you.
Work Program and One Eighty Enterprises:
Work Program: This aspect of our program has been designed and developed to assist our residents in closing the “job gaps” that may appear in their work history. We also desire to give opportunities and teach them skills that will broaden their scopes when looking for gainful employment later in their program. The work program also helps assist the ministry in becoming and remaining financially self-sustaining. The first one hundred hours of physical participation in the work program will be considered community service time, in order to give back to the ministry. As part of the work program, time will be spent in a classroom setting where residents will be given tools for the employment process including the following: filling out an application, developing a resume, experiencing mock interviews, learning what effects appearance may have on a job search, and how to be a good steward with income that is earned. As the residents progress through Phase 1, they could potentially earn a small paycheck from the work program which will be based on percentages of time spent and work accomplished.
Residents are enrolled in our Work Program (DBA One Eighty Enterprises) from assessment phase through Phase 3. This includes approximately 25 hours a week of work within OEE. In Phase 3, they begin looking for work and continue to work in our work program. Beginning in Phase 4, they are allowed to have outside work.
Classroom: Residents complete classroom work to improve their skill set and experience.
Apprenticeship Program: Offered to those who show the interest and potential to work for One Eighty in some capacity in the future. One Eighty recognizes it is not our duty to call someone to ministry, but to recognize the calling God may have on their life. If One Eighty staff feels a resident could possess the will and ability to either work within One Eighty or another ministry position outside of One Eighty, they can be accepted into our Apprenticeship Program. In order to be eligible they must be in Phase 4, be nominated by a staff person, and accept the conditions presented.
Entrepreneurship: We see entrepreneurship as a valuable choice of employment. If residents show interest and the potential, an entrepreneurship could be made possible through One Eighty. They first must complete our Apprenticeship Program.
GED/HiSET: If a high school diploma or GED is not present, it is not required, however it is encouraged. We will assist in this by networking with local agencies to ensure this goal is met.
College Courses: College courses are encouraged and potentially sponsored through Scott Community College and Blackhawk College.
One Eighty General Information
We cooperate with local probation and parole services. We also collaborate with local social agencies to provide individualized support and to meet specific goals.
You will be provided with a bed, bedding, towels, clothing, and personal hygiene items. All other areas and household items are shared. One Eighty has leadership to assist with supervising and implementing the rules and home upkeep, so that the facility can be a home to those who have nowhere to turn. We believe this environment will give you a sense of “family”. If needed, clothes can be provided by donations.
There will be an established daily schedule that each resident will follow, which will include but is not limited to the following:
Bible Studies, Group Daily Devotions, Worship Times, Grocery Shopping, Events and Social Outings, Exercise Opportunities
Classes on topics like: Anger Management, Boundaries, Computer Skills, Individual Advising, Work Ethics, Relationships, Parenting, Employment Preparation Program (including a connection to job services), Emotional Healing, Relapse Prevention, Budgeting, Finances, Health and Nutrition, etc.
Other services available include:
Gambling Recovery Support: For individuals who come into our program with gambling addictions, we have a volunteer Gambling Recovery Counselor available for therapy and support to family of the resident.
Health Liaison: The Medical Liaison assists the Residential Program in connecting residents to the medical resources they need. He also meets one on one with residents to discuss medical issues and goals.
Mental Health Liaison: The Mental Health Liaison meets with residents one on one to help them work through issues they are facing and discuss any concerns they my have.
Veteran Liaison: Our Veteran Liaison assists residents who are Veterans by connecting them to the various resources available to them.
Alumni Group: One Eighty has established an Alumni Group to provide a safe and supportive place for individuals who are in Graduation Phase or have graduated our program and are striving for a sober, accountable, abundant life with Christ.
Support Group for Families: It’s not easy having a loved one struggling with addiction or other personal issues. We want to provide a resource for families to be able to share struggles and find encouragement together. We offer a 13 week Bible study group, the Turn, which families of our residents may attend for education and support.
Mentoring: A mentor will be assigned to each resident to come alongside and support in friendship and partnering with them to work on goals. The mentor will partner with the staff to help the resident meet their goals.
1. Absence from One Eighty for 24 hours or more, without notice, will convey that the resident no longer resides at the One Eighty facility. He/She will have 48 hours to pick up all belongings and money (time to obtain money may be extended base on business hours). All belongings will be donated if they are not picked up within 48 hours of leaving unless other arrangements are approved by the supervisor. He/she must contact One Eighty leadership if he/she is still interested in continuing with the program. If a participant leaves prematurely (prior to graduation), He/She may return at the leadership’s discretion and approval.
2. Everyone will enter the Residential Program in the Assessment Phase with an opportunity to move into Phase 1 after 30-60 days if the assessment is favorable. From that point, the resident may progress at his/her own pace through the remaining phases. Each person is working an individualized program. Residents should not compare themselves to others or their program; theirs has been designed especially for them. Each resident will be required to follow his/her daily schedule. It will protect them from temptations while they learn to make new choices and achieve lifelong direction.
3. When given permission to use something or do something once, that doesn’t necessarily mean residents can use it at their discretion. Residents should ask each time for that special permission or to use that item.
4. At the end of each phase, each resident will meet with the house supervisor to discuss setting goals or needs that should be addressed while working through the next phases. If possible the mentor will be present as well.
5. Upon approval, after completing Phase 1, residents may be allowed to take bike rides or walks that are preapproved by leadership.
6. Vehicles are only allowed at One Eighty upon approval. Residents who enter the program and own a vehicle must park it and turn in the keys to the office. Once the resident has completed Phase 3, has a valid driver’s license, proof of current insurance, and a steady income in order to maintain the upkeep, gas, and insurance for that vehicle, he/ she may drive it. All vehicles must be titled in the name of the resident only.
7. At entry, all personal belongings will go through inspection. We will conduct random room, personal, and belonging inspections at our discretion. There will be one to two staff members, along with a leadership team, and a volunteer member present when this happens.
8. Bedrooms are off limits during the daytime except for occasional approval from staff when sickness is involved. When residents are too sick to work their program or attend worship, they will be required to spend the day in their room (unless at a doctor’s appointment) except for meal times. They are also allowed the same amount of smoke breaks as they would be during the day, however, those smoke breaks cannot be taken during scheduled classroom time. In addition, residents will not be allowed to take naps in the living areas during the day even if it is not during work program hours, unless it is on Friday afternoon and there are no other activities/classes/Bible studies going on during that time.
9. Each day residents will be attending classes that will help them to lay their spiritual foundation. They will attend all classes and outings on time.
10. Residents are required to attend church Sunday mornings and choose from a list of churches approved by leadership.
11. Curfew is 9:00 p.m. every night and all residents must be in their rooms with lights out by 10:00 p.m on work nights.
12. There is absolutely no smoking inside. Smoking is allowed in the outside smoking areas, and all cigarette butts shall be put in a can.
13. If a resident enters the program as a smoker, and at any time cannot afford to purchase cigarettes, he/she may have the opportunity to be put in the “Non-Smoking Program”.
14. No alcohol, drugs, or drug paraphernalia will be allowed. If a resident is under suspicion of drug use, he/she will be tested. A positive test could result in probation or termination of the program.
15. We’ll be conducting random drug and alcohol screenings throughout the year.
16. All residents agree not to participate in the use of, or possession of, any intoxicants or illegal drugs not prescribed to that resident. (See Romans 12:1)
17. We’ll be conducting random personal searches when residents return to the house from various outings.
18. Applicants must disclose all current or past legal problems, upcoming court dates, charges, court fines, legal fees, parole rules, and probation rules.
19. TV, videos, and movie watching, along with choices in music, will be pre-approved by leadership.
20. No guests of the opposite sex are allowed on the property without prior written consent by the house supervisor.
21. Free bus passes or tokens will be given to residents when needed in Phase One. Walking is permitted if accompanied by an approved accountability partner. Mentors cannot take residents to work. Using bus passes to go to old places or accepting rides from old friends will result in revocation of the bus pass.
22. Utilities should not be wasted. Residents should turn off lights when leaving rooms, and they should not leave water running unnecessarily.
23. If the smoke alarm goes off, residents will vacate the building.
24. Residents should be considerate of others by keeping their shower time short and completing their finishing touches to getting ready in their room.
25. All food is stored in the kitchen or pantry. Do not take anyone’s food without asking.
26. All eating is to be done in the dining room. Drinks are allowed in other areas of the facility, except bedrooms.
27. Residents will clean up after themselves and their children.
28. No dating is allowed for residents while in this program. (See additional explanation)
29. Growing spiritually, and a relationship to Christ, is a resident’s responsibility. It will only happen if residents apply what they are reading , hearing , and learning.
30. A kind and courteous attitude is expected at all times. (see 1 Thessalonians 5:15.)
31. No verbal abuse, threats, or violence will be tolerated at One Eighty. (See Proverbs 25:11)
32. Griping, negative talk, criticism, complaining, fault finding and foul language will not be tolerated. (See Ephesians 4:29)
33. Elaborate, unnecessarily discussion on past addictions and old habits is not allowed.
34. Stealing will not be tolerated at One Eighty. Borrowing is strongly discouraged as at times items are not returned in the same conditions or not returned at all. Residents must keep all personal belongings in their rooms. Respect for others belongings is required. (See Exodus 20:15; Proverbs 22:7.)
35. Failure to turn in a resident who violates the rules will result in receiving the same punishment. (See 1 Corinthians 14:25; 1 Corinthians 4:2)
36. When staff members are in the office, it is required that they knock and are acknowledged before entering.
37. The house supervisor will pick up the mail and dispense it to the residents.
38. When residents leave or return to the premises, they must sign in and out.
39. Burning incense is not permitted
40. Burning candles is not permitted.
41. Residents must dress appropriately for the occasion. Any concerns about attire will be addressed by staff. They will determine what is appropriate for the occasion.
42. Our residents are protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
43. Contacting your mentor is your responsibility
44. Call to set up all appointments yourself (doctors’ appointments, dentist appointments, etc.) and then coordinate transportation from the volunteer ride list or through your insurance.
45. Call your mentor to plan rides for other activities at least 24-48 hours in advance.
46. Do not ask your mentor to make any purchases for you and do not use your mentor’s phone.
1. All medication, prescription, and over the counter medications including Tylenol, Ibuprofen, etc. are to be counted and documented at the time of ENTRY. They will be made available daily.
2. Medications will be locked up and resident’s weekly amounts will be filled once a week. Medications that are controlled substances may be locked up and dispensed once per day or as prescribed. No medications are to be shared.
3. On the intake, all applicants must provide a complete list of all medications and physician’s names. They are required to disclose all medical problems. Staff must be informed of any changes in medical conditions and medications by the physicians. Residents must be willing to sign a Release of Information form.
Weekend Visits and Passes:
1. During Assessment Phase, a resident will not be permitted to have visits for up to 14 days with any family members or acquaintances. After 14 days of compliance or sooner as approved by house supervisor, children and spouses may visit during the designated visiting hours. All other visitors once approved, will only be allowed to visit beginning in Phase 1.
2. In Phase 1 family visitation time will be on Saturdays and Sundays. In Phase 2 the residents may leave the facility on a weekend for 3-4 hours with someone who has been approved by the supervisor.
3. During Phase 1 and most of Phase 2 residents will not be allowed to leave One Eighty property by themselves. Members will be required to be with a mentor or assigned accountability partner, at all times on outings from One Eighty. No unplanned stops or non-approved phone calls are allowed.
4. During your participation in Assessment Phase—Phase 2, you will not be allowed to leave the facility overnight unless special pre-approval has been given.
5. In phase 3, the resident may leave the property overnight, three nights per month and be with a pre-approved accountability for up to 8 hours on Saturday or Sunday. All requests for departures must be turned in for approval at least one week in advance. However, all visits/passes must be approved and are at the leadership’s discretion.
6. In Phase 4 and Graduation Phase, you MAY be eligible for a weekend pass or a 7. day pass. In phase 4 residents are also allowed overnight passes each weekend (Friday-Sunday) as long as they attend church on Sunday. The only exception is the first Saturday evening-Sunday morning of the month when they attend church with their One Eighty family.
1. The Assessment Phase and Phase 1 of the program are completely free, unless residents have income (which is any source of money other than a monetary gift for birthday or Christmas). All income, with the exception of a family member giving a resident up to $100.00 per week when food stamps are not available, or $50.00 a week when food stamps are received, is subject to the income guidelines below. We utilize food stamps if the resident is able to get them, and if not, we utilize things such as local food banks for those who don’t receive state benefits. When approved, the residential facilities will be participating in the State Food Stamp Program. All rules for those agencies must be followed. Once work is found, residents are required to follow through with a budget plan so that their resources are being used wisely.
2. 30% of all income will be paid to One Eighty for rent with a $375.00 cap per person per month, 20% for personal spending, 10% to the Church, and 40% savings. (Personal hygiene and other items including laundry supplies are the residents’ responsibility once they have income.)
3. All banking account information will be disclosed to One Eighty Leadership. ATM cards, cash, checks, or credit cards will not be used during the resident’s stay at the home unless approved by One Eighty leadership.
4. One Eighty leadership will assist the residents in establishing bank accounts in graduation phase and those accounts will be supervised for the duration of the program for each resident.
5. Resident’s cash will be held by the One Eighty bank and dispensed 1-2 times per week as determined by the supervisors. Residents must plan ahead if they need cash for something throughout the week. The cash will be tracked by the house supervisor and documented on the appropriate form with receipts attached.
6. All non-essential purchases must be pre-approved and all spending must be documented by receipts turned into supervisor. Residents may not purchase items such as lottery tickets, Kratom, marijuana or any items that do not comply with One Eighty standards of conduct.
7. If a resident chooses to leave the program before completion/graduation, an early departure fee will be charged. This fee will be 20% of the money held in the residents One Eighty account.
1. Children are the sole responsibility of the parent unless alternate arrangements have been established with the house supervisor.
2. No resident is allowed to babysit for another resident or for anyone else on the property unless there is written pre -approval from the leadership team.
3. Residents and their children are to be in the same vicinity at all times.
4. It is not One Eighty’s duty to transport kids to and from church or our facilities. Residents must schedule their own approved transportation of the children.
7. Friday evenings are reserved for One Eighty Family Nights. This includes dinners, guest speakers, prayer nights, graduations, and special events. No passes are approved during this time if an event is scheduled. A lack of cooperation or violation of these guidelines could result in privileges being revoked.
1. All phone calls may be monitored during Assessment Phase. Resident’s phone time may be limited if the amount of time on the phone interferes with their program. All callers must be on the pre-approved caller list attached to the application.
2. No personal cell phones are allowed in Assessment Phase—Phase 2. A cell phone is allowed beginning in Phase 3 if the resident has the means to pay for it. The phones will still be monitored by One Eighty leadership, and residents must adhere to all rules.
3. Residents may be allowed to have a TV in their room in phase 3 to be used only during free time. All rules regarding media must be followed. This privilege can be taking away if excessive TV watching or gaming becomes an issue.
4. Residents are not allowed on any social media, including but not limited to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. You need to disclose passwords to email accounts to supervisors for accountability.
5. Also, residents are required to be added to our GPS (Life360) and keep the app on at all times so that we can see where individuals are at for safety and accountability.
6. Residents cannot use other resident’s cell phones at any time.
7. Cell phone use is not allowed during program time (except on breaks), meal times, or work program, unless it’s an emergency (to be determined by staff). This includes listening to music on cell phone during work program.
8. No 411 or information calls may be made from the house phones.
9. A lack of cooperation or violation of these guidelines could result in phone privileges being revoked.
Each person will be assigned daily chores which will rotate weekly. An assigned chore list will be displayed for daily chores. Residents should not do chores for another resident unless approved by a house supervisor. All chores need to be done and will be inspected following completion. Employed residents are required to have chores completed prior to leaving for work each morning. Each participant will be assigned a laundry day.
• A Bible • Alarm clock • Photo ID or Driver’s License • Birth Certificate • Social Security Card • Auto Insurance Card
• Food Stamp card • Two bags of personal belongings limited to: 10 outfits, 7 pairs of pajamas, a bathrobe, slippers, 3 pairs of shoes, jacket or coat, undergarments, and a small bag of
personal hygiene items. If the resident doesn’t have personal hygiene items, some will be provided. Note: Residents may be allowed to bring more items after assessment time is completed.
Things to bring:
Prohibited items: • Illegal drugs • Alcohol • Unauthorized Medications • Unsavory media (books, music, movies, pornography)
Items to be checked in: • Cell phone • ATM/credit cards • Cash • Checks
We DO NOT allow dating or pursuing romantic relationships. The only exception to this is if you enter the program married or engaged*.
Examples of dating or pursing relationships include but are not limited to:
- Sex/any sexual activity or romantic physical touch (holding hands, kissing, siting closely, etc.)
- One on one conversations with the opposite sex (phone conversations, texting, emails, in person)
-Meeting up with someone privately or at AA meetings, etc.
-Calling an ex
-Showing special interest in a friendship with man or woman more so than other individuals
IF staff recognizes these behaviors, it may result in probation or termination of the program. We recognize that it is natural to feel attraction to the opposite sex, but acting upon that is a choice. Being honest if confronted or if you have made a mistake goes a long way.
Reasons for “No Dating” Policy:
1. The number one reason why people relapse or walk away from the program/or faith is usually connected to a romantic relationship. This can happen because of stress relationships cause or false hope in the relationship that things will be better together before individuals have fully recovered.
2. We are pro-marriage and pro-single at the same time. However, we have seen that more often than not, relationships that last and become strong are made of individuals who have a solid foundation in Christ and know themselves. That is what this year of singleness is all about. We want to you to remain single in the program so that you can be ready for relationships the way God intended.
*If you are married/engaged there may be specific guidelines/boundaries given to you by the house supervisors. For example if you are engaged, (not married) we will have to put boundaries on the physical relationship in accordance with our statement of beliefs.
If individuals have concerns about the operations of One Eighty, they should talk to the One Eighty house supervisor, or bring it to the monthly forum. The concerns will be passed onto the appropriate leader/staff. They will be taken under further review. These concerns should not be discussed with other people, either inside or outside the ministry.
*These rules and regulations are subject to change at any time without prior notice by the leadership of this program. These rules and regulations may be slightly different for certain individuals for specific reasons. Altering the schedule for one does not necessitate altering for all.