SOBER LIVING PROGRAM
Our individualized care and strong foundation of support through several phases of transitional living provides our clients a greater chance of success in achieving long term recovery!
PHASE 1 - The Foundation (first 30 days)
The first phase of our 6-month program begins with an initial assessment by our Program Director to determine specific needs of each client, and the appropriate level of care. The assessments sometimes involve family members or significant others. Any clinical contact and/or coordination with current and prior treatment providers will be established at this time. Client is acclimated to his environment, housemates, rules and regulations and introduced to local recovery community support, including getting a sponsor. Most of our clients do not work during this time.
PHASE 2 - Sobriety First (next 60 days)
For the next 60 days, focus is placed on learning the importance of putting sobriety first. During this time they will be working the 12 steps with a sponsor, attending daily recovery meetings and establishing their own personal recovery network. The goal of this phase is to build confidence in their ability to remain to sober, and to begin seeking employment. We have a number of organizations in the area who are eager to employ our clients, and help them get re-established as productive members of society.
PHASE 3 - Living & Working (next 90 days)
The final three months of our program focus on living and working independently in sobriety. It incorporates various life skills (i.e. resume building, interview coaching, house cleaning, appropriate dress, meal preparation, productivity, time management, etc.), being of service to new members of the program and job assistance.
Recovery Meetings - clients are required to attend meetings on a daily basis.
Relapse Prevention - our program is structured to guard against relapse through accountability and nurturing growth.
One-on-One Counseling Sessions - throughout their stay, our Program Director conducts individual sessions with our clients to help achieve their goals.
Life Skills - we help to develop life skills by working with each client individually, and advise them next step actions to ensure the best possible outcome.
Community/Group Meetings - we hold two community/group meetings per week to encourage group unity and promote individual growth by experiencing recovery as a group with staff guidance.
Sober Environment - we provide a structured, clean and sober environment so clients can focus on their recovery.
Network of Providers - we have ongoing relationships with IOPs and other treatment facilities locally and across the country.
Referral Sources - We have an extensive network of referral sources for therapists, psychiatrists, and other mental/behavioral health specialties.
Court Liaison - our team is able to work on behalf of our clients as a liaison with the courts, legal counsel and clinical evaluators.