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Recovery Programs for Men

Your new life in Recovery begins here.

Call now and one of our Admissions Specialists can help you decide what program is the best fit for you.

Our approach

The 12-step Program done right

If you have had bad experiences with 12-step programs in the past, you aren’t alone. Lots of well-meaning people and institutions make changes and modifications to the process or encourage you to take the steps very slowly.

Our goal at Oaks is to guide people through the entire 12-step program – correctly and quickly! We exclusively follow the Twelve Step Program as it was originally conceived for Alcoholics Anonymous with no modifications or adaptations.

Please note that we are not a detox center, hospital, or mental health facility. Medical services can play an important role in addiction recovery. If you believe that you or your loved one require these services, we encourage you to seek them out before enrolling in our programs.

Our Programs

Your Path To Recovery

Our intensive programs are designed to provide a distraction-free learning environment so that you can master the basics of life in recovery quickly. 

Our exceptional staff are peer recovery specialists and coaches who have personal experience with addiction and recovery. They guide each person through the whole process. 




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Short-Term Intensive

In this intensive 42-day program, men learn and implement the essential skills and daily practices needed to stay sober through the 12-step program of action.

This program might be the right fit for anyone whose circumstances make a longer time commitment difficult. If you decide you want to stay longer, you have the option to transition into the Long-Term Intensive program at any time.

Long-Term Intensive

This 4-month program includes everything provided in our Short-Term Intensive program but provides you with more time to practice and master the skills you need for a successful life in recovery.

This program also gives men more opportunities to work with others in recovery and build a sense of community. This belonging and accountability within the recovery community are essential for long-term sobriety.

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Recreation Activities

Building a Full Life

Recovery isn’t just about getting sober, it’s about building a life that you want to live. In addition to our core programs, we provide plenty of opportunities for you to rediscover the joy in life throughout your stay at Oaks Recovery.

Arts & creativity

Group painting and other creative activities give you a chance to engage with the creative process and express yourself.

Exercise & physical health

Whether it’s mindfulness yoga, outdoor volleyball, or lifting weights – no matter what type of physical activity you enjoy, we encourage you to get active during your time here.

Religion & spirituality

If you would like to explore or renew your spiritual life, we provide transportation to religious services to anyone who wishes to attend.

Movies, Music and more

Having fun, enjoying your free time, and bonding with others in the program are important too! We have frequent movie nights and special events to celebrate holidays, birthdays, or just for fun.
Our Facilities

A Peaceful Campus in the Heart of S.C.

Our men’s campus at Oaks Recovery is a fun and welcoming environment. Our dorms and cottages house a maximum of 6 men each.

The campus is set in a rural area with plenty of open space. In your free time, you can enjoy the fresh air on one of our patios or porches or escape the weather in one of our comfortable common rooms.

Call us right now to get the admissions process started, and you can be here tomorrow!


What our Alumni and their families are saying

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Post-Program support

Transitional Housing

Oaks Recovery also offers transitional housing for men completing our core programs. Here, you’ll find less structured but equally safe and secure housing separate from our main campus. In transitional housing, you’ll have access to the continued support and encouragement of our team, as well as workshops, meetings, and other transitional resources.

Transitional housing can last up to 9 months and is designed to provide a smooth transition into your new life in recovery. Acceptance in this program is determined based on your individual needs and circumstances, and if there is space available in the program.