The Men's Life Recovery Program:
The Life Recovery Program is a twelve (12) month, three-stage program designed to help homeless men overcome their addictions while identifying self-defeating behaviors and maximizing their potential to live and work in the community.
Services Provided At The Men's Life Recovery Program:
By using a comprehensive therapeutic process that encompasses emotional, physical, intellectual and spiritual factors, homeless men become responsible and independent.
The students days are structured by a dedicated staff of licensed professionals, specialists, volunteers, and other individuals who supervise planned activities.
The LRP utilizes group instruction; one-on-one counseling; and instruction.
All services are free of charge to the students, and the program is designed to assist the students in working their way into permanent employment and housing.
Follow-up and aftercare are available as desired through staff and volunteers.
Qualifications To Enter The Men's Life Recovery Program:
Must be a homeless male, at least eighteen (18) years old, have addictions, and freely chose to enter the program, can function mentally independently, and be committed to working on self-defeating behaviors. The LRP program graduates still contribute to the Life Recovery Program, through the LRP Fellowship.
The women's Life Recovery Program:
WLRP is a nine to twelve (9-12) month program designed to help women, with or without children, overcome their addictions, while identifying self-defeating behaviors and maximizing their potential to live and work in the community. The program is designed to keep families together and help them recover together.
Services provided at The Women's Life Recovery Program:
By using a comprehensive therapeutic process that encompasses emotional, physical, intellectual and spiritual factors, women become responsible and independent.
The resident's days are structured by a dedicated staff of licensed professionals, specialists and volunteers who supervise planned activities.
The residents are provided with individual therapy, group therapy, spiritual counseling, case management, referrals to community resources, physical fitness opportunities and access to the local library.
The WLRP also provides a children's ministry complete with infant, toddler and preschool activities while mom is attending life-skills classes, counseling or group sessions.
School-aged children will be included in the Haven's "Gain Access Program" that includes life skills classes, faith-based lessons, homework assistance, social skills building, school advocacy and individualized case management.
Is this treatment center really free?
Most of the listings on this website are free; however, we decided it would also be helpful for our visitors to see sliding scale treatment centers and low cost rehab centers for low income persons.