After Addiction Treatment

The primary objective of the Sanctuary is to provide a safe and supportive environment that teaches the basic life skills necessary for long-term sobriety. After addiction treatment is complete the Sanctuary promises to offer a structured living facility which specializes in helping those with an addiction or a co-occurring disorder re-integrate back into society sober, healthy, and productive.

The Sanctuary provides an environment where its residents can learn how to live and implement the lessons that they learned in addiction treatment into a life of long-term sobriety. The Sanctuary is a transitional living facility designed to help recovering addicts or people with a co-occurring disorder diagnosis. For an addict, or someone with a co-occurring disorder, the environment that they surround themselves with plays a vital role to prevent a relapse. Living in the real world for someone in early recovery can be extremely difficult. It takes very little to trigger a relapse, and it is crucial for a person recovery to be put in a supportive environment.

The Sanctuary promises to support its residents through the following:

  • The Sanctuary provides 24 hour staff supervision, and there is always a staff member available to help a resident with any of their needs.
  • The Sanctuary will help transport residents to meetings, doctors, therapists, and grocery shopping.
  • The Sanctuary collaborates with licensed therapists who lead groups that teach emotional sobriety, living skills, and relapse prevention which is vital for long term recovery.
  • The Sanctuary provides sessions with a Life/Recovery Coach(2)
  • The resident will have been exposed to all 12 steps during their time at the Sanctuary.
  • Complete 90 meetings in 90 days.
  • Read the first 164 pages of the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous.
  • Learn how to meditate and do yoga.
  • Get involved in the AA/NA program to learn how to achieve long term sobriety by getting a sponsor, getting a home group and making a service commitment.
  • Each resident will meet with a staff member weekly to review step work, meetings, and to set goals.
  • The resident will learn how to live a sober and productive life through working, going to school or volunteering at least 15 hours a week.
  • Residents will have an exit strategy designed specifically for them so that they can smoothly reintegrate back into life up completing the program.
  • We offer ongoing support to our alumni, and encourage all alumni to stay connected no matter where they live.