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Three Key Characteristics Define the Essence of Living Recovery

 

  1. Make-A-Choice
    We encourage men to work out their own recovery with tenderness of conscience. Our Christian 12-Step Program is non-denominational and uses the Bible as the spiritual foundation for the 12-Steps. Our Traditional 12-Step Program utilizes the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous and the Basic Text of Narcotics Anonymous. Living Recovery endeavors to seamlessly incorporate the best of all recovery world views.
  2. Focus on Truth
    Although we provide a choice in recovery options, a Christian world view inspires all we do as a community. No one is told what to believe; however, Truth, the core element in one’s search for a Higher Power, is objectively addressed without bias.
  3. Family Atmosphere 
    We feel that the only way to actually maintain a drug free environment is to have a staff member live on-site with our residents. We are committed to providing a clean, safe home environment with help available in real time which is critical in the early stages of recovery.

Who Should Attend?

Snapshot…

Men 21 years of age or over
Substance abusers
Street drugs
Alcohol
Prescription drugs
Justice System mandates
Self-admissions

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What to Bring?

Clients will need to bring twin bed sheets, a blanket, pillow, drinking cup or mug, toiletries, personal hygiene products. Closet space and storage is limited.

Cell phones, CD players, DVD players, and laptops are acceptable.

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Transportation

Living Recovery does not provide transportation.

Clients may bring their personal vehicle if they provide a copy of their drivers license and a copy of current proof of insurance card. Public transportation is within walking distance of the community.

Clients are encouraged to seek transportation from other clients, sponsors, or appropriate contacts in the churches or the 12-Step fellowship.

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More Information

For answers to other questions you may have, please feel free to contact us by calling at 678-770-1047 or 678-697-8469 or e-mail us at team@livingrecovery.org.

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Getting Started

Call the numbers above for a Phone Interview and Screening. If your loved one is incarcerated, a phone screening can be arranged.