Jaywalker Lodge provides hope and healing for men in recovery by treating each day as a promise of our future, not as a consequence of our past. At Jaywalker Lodge, we believe individuals who return to rehab treatment do so for many reasons – but none more important than the failure to grasp and fully personalize Step One of the 12 Steps program. Clients at Jaywalker will examine the impact of drugs and alcohol in all aspects of their lives through the writing and sharing of sections of their own life stories. This “section” work reveals the underlying truth about each individual’s struggles with addiction and recovery.
Back2Basics was created by an expert staff of licensed and credentialed professionals, the majority of whom actively participate in 12-step recovery. Through decades of experience with alcohol and drug addiction we know it can be painful, often leaving one feeling hopeless and without options. Back2Basics knows how to bring hope, joy and reconnection to this hopeless situation.
We offer an alternative approach to the 30-day treatment that other centers emphasize, which often do not succeed in producing long lasting sobriety in their graduates. Back2Basics involves a six month residential environment that provides the opportunity for participants to engage in real life safe and sober activities. According to DrugAbuse.gov “research indicates that most addicted individuals need at least three months in treatment to significantly reduce or stop their drug use and that the best outcomes occur with longer durations of treatment.” Studies suggest that the longer the alcoholic or addict is removed from distracting surroundings, the longer they will stay sober and helps better guarantee recovery success. Back2Basics resides in beautiful Flagstaff, Arizona for the optimal communal, long-term sober environment surrounded by positive peer-to-peer interaction.
A Way Out has an all male transitional housing program. We are here to provide the highest quality residences coupled with a nurturing but stern environment, so the recovering person can learn to live without the active addiction to alcohol and any other chemical dependency.
The Twelve-Step tradition is a time tested method of recovery from various obsessive-compulsive behaviors that affected individuals believe have made their lives unmanageable. These simple tools for living have been used by millions of people to successfully change their lives and recover from negative and life threatening behaviors. They are based on a set of Spiritual (not religious) principles originally created by Alcoholics Anonymous in the United States in 1935. Anonymity as a Spiritual principle is the basis of the Twelve-Step way of life. Sharing and supporting in groups with like-minded individuals and ongoing fellowship is a major ingredient in the success of the program.
Our holistic approach to addiction has been proven to impact this “Spiritual Bankruptcy” Our Mission… To send them back into everyday living one step at a time.
Chris Farley House is a combined residential treatment and transitional housing facility. Clients learn to live without their addiction and prepare for their sober life.
Located in a residential neighborhood off of Park Street in Madison, Chris Farley House helps clients transition from intense treatment back into the community. Up to 16 residents make Chris Farley House their home as they continue their treatment and prepare to live independently.
We offer residential treatment, case management, job and permanent housing search assistance, and community support. Many of our residents spend the majority of their time in the community, so their counseling is focused to make their transition into the community successful. Since many substance abusers are unemployed and homeless, emphasis is put on employment assistance and securing stable housing before leaving.
A Step in the Right Direction Intensive Outpatient Center is the key to open the door to freedom from addiction. Our evidenced based program is designed to provide comprehensive treatment for men and women who suffer from addiction, co-occurring disorders, dual-diagnosis, and mental health concerns. We are committed to setting and maintaining the standard for the highest quality care, for effective and sustained recovery and healing in our Premier Intensive Outpatient Program. We place high priority...
The Life House is a residential treatment center that offers substance abuse treatment to men. While at The Life House, clients are involved in various therapeutic, recreational and community, recovery-oriented activities. Each client is assigned a Clinician upon admission and given a thorough intake interview following which an individualized treatment plan is developed. Clients engage in weekly one-to-one counseling sessions in addition to a multitude of group activities which focus on: chemical dependency, sharing 'life stories', parenting, trauma recovery concepts, grief and loss, healthy relationships, recreation, vocational skills, social skills and daily living skills.
Volunteers of America is one of the nation's largest and most comprehensive human services organizations, touching the lives of more than 2 million people each year in communities across the United States. Planning for the next 100 years, Volunteers of America will continue to prove that “there are no limits to caring.”
We provide a safe, supportive, supervised, alcohol and drug-free living environment for recovery. For both men and women striving to achieve sobriety, and those working on maintaining emotionally and spiritually balanced lives who require a structured environment as they re-enter the work place and community, Step By Step Recovery and The Herring Houses for Women is The Positive Place to Be! Visit www.herringhouse.com for more information.
Northwest College Support is a comprehensive college support program and therapeutic transitional program for young adults. NWCS exists to help young adults transition to independence. Our students are transitioning to college and the world of work. Our students are transitioning from treatment programs, wilderness programs, and leaving their home environment. We are a caring and supportive team of dedicated professionals helping young adults find their path to success in college and independence. Based out of beautiful Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and Everett, Washington, Northwest College Support provides a wide range of supportive services to help students meet their potential as they attend college. The range of services provided is widely variable based on each student's needs and goals. Our services include a furnished apartment, individual therapy, group therapy, educational coaching, life skills training, nutritional education, fitness coaching, and life coaching services. Other services may include family therapy and parent education. Our furnished apartments are pet friendly, and are with in walking distance of our offices, local college campuses, and downtown living. Our approach is based on a growth model that provides an adequate amount of support. The amount of support provided decreases as each individual grows towards his or her potential.
Founded in 1970 by Father Art Bartlett, a local minister and Michael Dowling, an alcoholic merchant seaman. Incorporated in 1974, The Beacon House Association of San Pedro started with a single 2 story building with 18 residents. Since that time, our facilities have grown to 6 residential facilities with 111 residents, 1 kitchen / dining facility and 1 facility for training / educational and meeting facility. In the past 40 years, The Beacon House Association of San Pedro has assisted thousands of men regain their place as responsible, productive members of society. Our staff are empathetic individuals who work together to maintain the supportive services so necessary for recovery of the alcoholic or addict. They are diverse in culture, education, and life experiences which enhance the quality of services rendered. VISION STATEMENT The vision of The Beacon House Association of San Pedro is to provide the best possible recovery experience for the men who come to us for help. We will do this by having a safe, clean, healthy environment, providing proven methods of treatment and support, by having staff that are well trained and experienced in treatment and by treating each individual with compassion, care and respect they deserve.
Center of Hope's primary focus is substance abuse and detoxification. Volunteers of America is one of the nation's largest and most comprehensive human services organizations, touching the lives of more than 2 million people each year in communities across the United States. Planning for the next 100 years, Volunteers of America will continue to prove that “there are no limits to caring.”
Hopequest is a community of ministries offering recovery, restoration, and refuge to individuals and families impacted by life dominating behaviors. We strive to be both Christ Centered and Clinically Effective. HopeQuest exists in order to be an instrument in the process of helping individuals repair their lives, restore their families, and become a part of establishing and building communities with strong relationships, active workers, and future leaders.