STRUCTURED PEER-MENTORING BASED RECOVERY HOME
Our non-profit recovery community was created to provide a safe and effective environment for men to build the foundation of a fulfilling and productive life. Our residents maintain continuous sobriety by staying in our long-term, 12-Step based community that includes lovingly confrontational peer-mentoring. We have found this process really works.
Once the foundation of sobriety is set, our residents can pursue recovery-oriented goals like repairing relationships, getting a job, and being a positive influence on others.
Our abstinence-based community is built upon these values:
Application of 12-Step Philosophy
The Power of Peer Mentoring to Support Personal Change
Accountability, Rigorous Honesty, Personal Responsibility
Men who have graduated from our house stay integrated with our substantial sober support community and participate in their own and others’ recovery.
We have found that a 12+ month structured recovery process in a family like peer-mentoring environment is the best way to reach these goals. As a non-profit, our house is affordable. We’re able to provide the setting for someone to recover at a fraction of the cost of short-term medical model treatment options. Thanks to the support of our donors, we are able to use 100% of fees for room/board and our long-term recovery solution.+ Read More
Our vision is that Awakening Recovery will be a beacon of hope for those who suffer from drug and alcohol addiction and a proven model for long-term recovery, locally and nationally.
We invite you to learn more about our process and community and feel free to contact us regarding your situation.
In Their Own Words
“When I arrived…I was a broken, 30 year old child. Awakening Recovery helped me to stop running and to face life as a man, and to take responsibility for myself. [It] has been the greatest gift and accomplishment of my Life!”
– Chris M.
HOW OUR APPROACH
Our community mentors residents through a rigorous and transformative year+ long spiritually awakening process which includes:
Interrupt & redirect self-sabotaging behavior
Peer Mentoring Family House Meetings:
Address root issues at the level of responsibility & integrity
Daily and Weekly Activities:
Establish new healthy routines/coping skills
Resident Specific Recovery Habit Forming Routines:
Change core beliefs and behaviors though daily spiritual and behavioral routines.