The mission of Infinite Recovery is to provide world-class treatment while honoring the dignity, worth, and uniqueness of all people recovering from the devastation of addiction. Those with experience in addiction know it is a maddening disease. While addiction is not a moral failure, it destroys our values and snares us in a cycle of selfishness and deceit. Yet those trapped in addiction often have underlying wounds that have never healed and experience a tremendous amount of shame and isolation.
With the peaceful Pacific waters serving as our backdrop Celebrate Hope is nestled on the Southern California coast and provides the perfect setting for clients to focus on healing and become consumed by God’s infinite power.
Orange County also has an extensive Christian community and plenty of healthy activities that help reignite your life and replace isolation with action, community and service. From meditative walks on the beach to hundreds of available 12 step meetings daily, Orange County has long been considered the best recovery community in the United States.
Step One is a half way house designed to provide temporary housing for adults who are in need of a safe and supportive twelve step environment while enrolled in intensive outpatient treatment. Step One does not provide counseling or treatment services but requires its clients to be in treatment while in residence.
The goal of Step One is to provide an environment, which supports the client’s integration into the recovering community as a primary means of support. Residence at Step One is available for up to 12 weeks. While at Step One clients commit to being enrolled in intensive outpatient treatment, regular attendance at twelve step support group meetings, and regular attendance at sober social functions.
The minimum age for clients at Step One is 18. Any client admitted into Step One must be deemed appropriate by the staff. Step One will not admit anyone who is acutely suicidal, homicidal, at risk for AWOL, or are in need of detoxification. Step One also will not admit anyone who is need of acute medical or psychiatric care.
Intensive Residential Treatment: 30,60 and 90 day intensive residential programs, clients attend addiction awareness education classes, group and individual therapy. The therapy and education are between 29 and 32 hours a week during the first 30 days. It is highly recommended that during this critical stage, that the focus be on treatment vs. work. Clients are encouraged to delay working at their jobs during the first 30 days of the program so that treatment and the healing process can be the primary focus. HUGS residential clients live within the community less than 15 minutes from the treatment center and are monitored by one of our highly trained on- site supervisors. Our structured residences provide a safe drug free environment within a community setting that allows for and promotes life-enhancement skills. Random alcohol and other drug screenings are a part of the program and included in the cost for services. For cause screenings are not included and are charged at $65 per screen. Continuous Care /Outpatient: HUGS does not provide “Aftercare,” instead we provide Continuous Care with our approach to create a seamless system of care between treatment and the environment where our clients live. This is a one year program with one to two office visits per month. Each client has a treatment team working on their behalf to assist them with their recovery management skills. Clients must have completed a residential or outpatient program to qualify.
Bethesda Recovery is a recovery center. Many programs utilize a twelve step approach to recovery. But Bethesda's unique 12 Gate approach is based on the scriptural account of Nehemiah rebuilding the Wall of Jerusalem. The Gates offer profound insights to the actions that are essential to recovery and restoring personal wholeness.The sober recovery achieved here includes many recovery resources for Christians.
Spanning 178 lush acres on the Savannah River in the heart of Augusta, Georgia, Bluff Plantation is one of the most comprehensive, scientifically-driven addiction treatment centers in the United States. Our team of renowned addiction medicine physicians and clinicians deliver multi-disciplinary addiction treatment and rehabilitation therapies in a secluded, five star residential setting.
The mission of Hope House Inc. is to apply a holistic approach to treatment in a long-term residential setting in order to break the cycle of chemical dependency for women, their dependent children, and their families. The Ready for Work program includes group and individual therapy, crisis intervention, family dynamics, parenting skills, coping skills, health and fitness and vocational and educational programs. This all-inclusive program gives women a second chance in life and the tools to become a productive member of society. The women who successfully complete the program leave to become gainfully employed citizens who are self-sufficient, better mothers, and able to deal with problems in constructive and healthy ways.
Phase I services are provided at no cost to the client. A $40 book, supplies and admission processing fee must be paid on admission. This fee includes the cost of the required background check.
The Anchorage, Inc., is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit Christian organization dedicated to the transformation of men whose lives have been ravaged by alcohol/drug addiction.
Addiction has no boundaries. It affects all economic, racial, and spiritual groups. Our clients range from successful, well-educated professionals to the hourly shift workers. Addiction makes these men one in the same. At The Anchorage, there are no special treatments provided based on education level, income, race, or depth of spirituality. Each man is here for one purpose: to overcome his addiction. Our goal is to help show him the path to productivity.
Our doors are open to men above the age of 18 who have successfully completed a 5-day detoxification period, have no outstanding warrants or court dates, no serious health problems, and are comfortable in a Christian environment.
The Providence Women’s Center for Recovery, located 45 minutes north of Atlanta, Georgia, was created to fill the huge unmet void of affordable Christian drug and alcohol rehab services for women only. Our alternative to traditional drug treatment is an outreach of Providence Ministries, Inc. of Dalton Georgia which subsidizes nearly half of the actual cost of their comprehensive 90 day addiction care.
What sets the center apart from drug rehabs is that we place Christ at the forefront of everything we do.. And because we are a Christian non-profit organization, we are driven by a high calling to help a sick and hurting world, and therefore offer our services at a cost most people can afford, 90 days for $4,900.
Our model of recovery services is based on two separate but related concepts which put simply, can be surmised as spiritual treatment withclinical methods. We first open the door to long term recovery by helping program participants establish a living and growing relationship with Jesus Christ, whom we know to be the ultimate authority of healing and redemption. As this relationship matures, a spiritual renewal and evolutionoccurs which frees our women to better receive the benefits of the clinical side of our addiction services.
Our “clinical” approach to addiction is designed to be practical and sustainable. We place a significant amount of time and energy addressing the special types of traumas and self-defeating behaviors that women seem to experience more than their male counterparts, such as guilt and self-condemnation. Through individualized counseling, peer support groups,relapse prevention training, trauma recovery exercises, and 12 step work, we achieve an effective balance of “traditional” treatment methods with “spiritual” related ones which combined produce life altering results. Learn more about counseling, recovery, and underage drinking at Wikipedia or atSTOP
We are a safe, secluded, and intimate (10 bed max) place where women can feel free to speak, listen, and heal from their shared pain and struggles with other women.
We are suited to help women suffering from many types of addictions to such things as alcohol, cocaine addiction, crack, heroin, opiates, barbiturates, marijuana (pot), crystal meth, and methamphetamine’s, and help women:
Trinity House-Big Bethel, a 36-bed transitional housing and rehabilitation program, is much more than a shelter – it’s a life line for men to turn their lives around. Trinity House-Big Bethel restores hope by providing support services leading back to employment, income, and recovery.
Before a man can become a resident, he must first complete an outside addiction treatment program to ensure he’s clean and sober. To promote continued recovery, residents are given ongoing support to deal with issues of addiction through meetings, workshops, and one-on-one therapy with Certified Addiction Counselors.
We meet with each resident to consider his overall state of affairs — income, employment, health, education, and life skills — and then work to alleviate any barriers to independence and success as a citizen. Ongoing assessments help us determine if new skills or additional resources are needed for the resident to become self-sufficient, including the requirement to put 30% of his income toward rent.
A unique brotherhood exists between staff and residents of Trinity House-Big Bethel that is enduring, unshakable, and integral to the success of this program. The majority of staff members are graduates themselves, so they have virtually walked in the shoes of those they serve. This shared experience allows for a deep and true connection between those who have “been there” and those who are on their journey to recovery.
We at HAVEN HOMES hold the core beliefs that “alcoholism is a spiritual malady” and recovery is the process of “one alcoholic helping another” to achieve sobriety by developing a conscious contact with a Higher Power through working the 12 steps as outlined in the Big Book of Alcoholic Anonymous.
Mary Hall Freedom House utilizes a supportive housing model that addresses the increasing demand of women and women with children seeking rehabilitative services. Women and children are integrated into an apartment community setting, allowing them to feel some sense of normalcy and independence.
In Community Housing women go through the process of reintegrating back into mainstream society. It provides closely monitored and supervised services for women and women with children who are receiving day treatment and intensive outpatient services. Community Housing allows women to gain confidence in their independence, self-esteem, freedom, and privacy by providing a sober living environment.
A 24/7 assessment center for homeless women and women with children addresses the needs of emergency situations.
Transitional Housing is designed to provide supportive living for women and women with children who have completed treatment and are transitioning back into mainstream society. Each transitional program is designed with the flexibility to provide services to homeless women and women with children committed to investing two years in the program.
Permanent housing promotes an environment that encourages women to establish and achieve goals focused on increasing self sufficiency, improving life skills, and increasing economic stability. Mary Hall Freedom House offers permanent housing to chronically homeless women with children....
In 2011 Mary Hall Freedom House partnered with the United States Department Of Veterans Affairs in establishing two year transitional housing to help homeless veterans become self-sufficient. Mary Hall partnered with Rooms to Go which provided fully furnished apartments for thirty seven women and seventeen families.