Long-Term Vocational Program
The long-term vocational program combines the study and application of the Twelve Steps of Recovery with vocational rehabilitation and employment opportunities. Vocational rehabilitation includes assistance with résumé creation, proper completion of job applications, and transportation to/from interviews and work. This program is a minimum of a four month commitment with the option to stay longer until the participant is prepared to move to the next stage of living life in recovery.What’s a typical day in the long-term program?
Short-Term Intensive Program
Our short-term intensive program focuses on in-depth study and application of the Twelve Steps of Recovery outlined in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. This 28-day minimum program is a residential experience with small group sessions designed to present the curriculum effectively in a short amount of time. Participants of the short-term program will have direct access to staff, study groups, and tools. Since recovery happens on a different schedule for everyone, participants are encouraged to remain in the program until they are prepared to return home.What’s a typical day in the short-term program?
Addiction is a life-consuming disease, not just a bad habit that you can stop. True recovery requires a total change in thinking and living. We follow the Twelve Steps of Recovery, a tested and proven system that has helped countless men gain freedom from addiction. We supplement that recovery process with counseling and resources for improvement in other areas (vocation and fitness, for example). Throughout the recovery process, residents have constant access to experienced and passionate staff members.