Life Recovery Program
HOPE FOR TOMORROW
Building a new life.
We provide a Christian Life Recovery Program that helps men and women (18 and over) develop tools to make realistic, achievable changes that lead to a better quality of life.
Through discipleship and teaching participants how to make better life choices, we provide “Hope for Tomorrow” in a nurturing environment that reflects the love of God.
The Mission’s program doesn’t focus on just one part of a person’s life—we believe it’s important to affect a person’s entire life—physical, mental, spiritual, emotional, and social.
It is an intense, comprehensive, Christ-centered program designed to help men and women understand the reasons they struggle with addiction, homelessness, and other broken lifestyles—and what steps they need to take to rebuild their lives on a solid foundation rooted in God’s Word.
If you or someone you know could benefit from this program, please call 615-255-2475 to learn more.
Spiritual Connection: Participants will learn key components of biblical faith and practice, the basis of identity and self-worth, and how to pursue a healthy relationship with God.
Addiction Freedom: Participants will understand the source(s) of their addiction challenges and develop tools to live in freedom.
Healthy Relationships: Participants will learn to develop and practice healthy relationships with family, friends, church, work, and community.
Physical Health: Participants will address current health needs and develop routines that support long-term health and well-being.
Emotional Well-Being: Participants will develop awareness and management of their emotional, psychological, and social well-being.
Meaning & Purpose: Participants will explore their life purpose and pursue goals that will contribute to their family, friends, church, work, and community.
Financial Stability: Participants will learn skills for financial stewardship.
Practical Living: Participants will prepare for sustainable independent living.
- Integrated individual & group counseling
- Family therapy, as needed
- Recovery classes designed for whole-person wellness
- Christ-focused Bible studies & devotions
- Diagnostic evaluation
- Integrity drug testing
- Work therapy
- Education assessment
- Job preparedness classes
- Job/life balance support
- Assessment & development of critical life skills
- Managing emotions classes
- Physical fitness
- Marriage & family enrichment
- Financial planning
- Grief & loss classes
- Leadership training
- Relapse prevention
- Social connectedness to support long-term sobriety
- Transitional housing
- Long-term residential support
- Face-to-face interview.
- Must be able to climb a flight of stairs several times a day.
- Must be able to get into a top bunk, if necessary.
- Must be able to stand on your feet for an hour or so at a time, if necessary.
- Must be mentally stable, able to cooperate and communicate with the staff, as well as with other participants.
- Free of legal demands on your time. Individuals on probation, parole, or furlough may be considered on a case-by-case basis.
- Mothers with children are allowed in the Women’s Program (however, we are unable to accommodate boys over the age of 6).
- There is not a medical detox component to this program.
- This is more than a substance-abuse program.
- It is Christ-centered.
- It is fairly rigorous.
- This program requires participants to attend classes, meetings, chores, exercise, counseling, etc. on a daily basis.
- Following graduation, participants can apply to live in the Mission’s Transitional Housing for a period of time at no cost to them as they establish a work history, build up a savings account, and begin the transition to independent living.