Design For Recovery offers daily scheduling that stands out among other sober living homes. Men who have attempted recovery before with little success may find lasting sobriety at Design for Recovery.
Unlike other sober living homes that merely offer a safe and supportive place for the first few months of sobriety, Design For Recovery takes an active hands-on approach to each individual.
Research has shown that developing a sober social support network lowers an individual’s likelihood of relapsing long term. Our residents remain in touch with each other long after leaving the house, and most continue to stay involved in Design for Recovery for years to come. Not only does involvement in a sober community allow individuals to stay sober, it is a source of profound joy and meaning.
You’ve already survived 100 percent of your bad days.
There will be more tough days ahead, but we're here to provide you with a sober community and support system to make even the hardest days a little easier knowing that you're not in this alone.
A community of people with shared experiences is a great asset to those struggling with their own personal battles. Our quarterly newsletter reminds you that others have gone down this path and can provide valuable support. No matter where on your journey – considering sobriety, living sober for years or months already – our newsletter is here as a guide with helpful resources, events, and more.
Design For Recovery is committed to helping you or your loved one live a fulfilling life free from alcohol and drug addiction. Below you can find out what to expect when you contact us for help.
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One-on-one mentoring is a crucial aspect of addiction recovery. Through sponsorship in 12- step programs and within the recovery home as well, residents have access to the experience, strength, and hope of individuals who are further along on their sober paths.
Because addiction and its associated lifestyle leads to poor decision-making, many people arrive in sobriety with considerable debt on their hands. Design for Recovery’s staff works with each individual to determine their financial situation and plan accordingly. Through a combination of budgeting, debt relief programs, and employment support, men at Design for Recovery can begin to take steps toward financial freedom.
Unemployment, precarious employment, and losing a job are all common among people with substance abuse problems. For many newly sober men, getting a job or finding a career can be daunting prospects. Design for Recovery works with residents to get them placed in jobs while they live there. Working while pursuing addiction recovery not only fosters accountability, integrity, and self-sufficiency, it prepares men for lives outside of a recovery home.
Design for Recovery holds regular group meals during which residents come together as a community. The house also holds regular meals for both residents and family members. These are great opportunities for families to see how far their children have progressed.
Residents at Design for Recovery have regular transportation needs, ranging from 12-step meetings to outpatient therapy appointments. Design for Recovery not only coordinates transportation in advance for all residents, but staff or residents with more sober time provide support and supervision on all outings.
Design for Recovery’s staff members possess years of experience in addiction recovery. With trained staff members on-site 24/7, residents can be assured that their living quarters are safe and that they will always have access to necessary resources.
No one can get sober alone. Design for Recovery is committed to including family members in the recovery process. Staff members work with residents and families to repair relationships and foster productive communication.