Long Term Addiction Treatment

Gender-Specific 12-Step Immersion Programs

Long-term addiction treatment programs in an environment where recovery is positive, creative, caring, and fun

A Reprieve for Men and A Reprieve for Women offers recovery from alcohol or drug addiction in a spiritually sound, home-like environment. Our program features intensive study of the 12 Steps, with a focus on developing a personal plan for building healthy relationships with their spirituality, community, and self.

Our program begins with a foundation in the 12-Steps

Our unique approach blends intensive education and reflection on the Alcoholics Anonymous’ 12 Steps with community service and life skills programming. Residents are guided in groups and as individuals, applying each step to their own unique life circumstances, goals and beliefs. With each step, they work to identify their own sense of spirituality, community, and self.

A Reprieve for Men is home for our residents. It’s a place of genuine conversations and connections. Somewhere to belong, to be challenged, to be loved and accepted – a brotherhood that is real. We’re also a place to have fun, eat great food, and where recovery is happening every day.

Daily activities include:

  • Household chores and meal preparation
  • Daily meditation
  • 12-Step presentation
  • Family-style meals
  • Recreational activities
  • Community meetings
  • Local, nightly 12-Step meetings
  • Personal accountability development

A Reprieve taught me the tools to survive & turn my life around. They saved my life.

-Reprieve Alumni

A women’s recovery program that encourages healthy community, fellowship, and internal change

A Reprieve for Women strives to create a spiritually sound environment that is positive, creative, caring, and fun. We believe that recovery can only be accomplished through developing positive relationships. We also believe that the living environment must inspire our residents and staff to grow together in our quest for spiritual health.

Our intent for each individual is to have them create a plan of action that can be developed, improved and that focuses on three relational areas: spirituality, community, and self. We strive to help residents understand how they separated from themselves, their spirituality, and their community. Then we help them develop their personal plan for healthy relations to self, spirituality, and others. This is accomplished through intensive personal work in the Twelve Step discipline and therapeutic support.

Daily activities include:

  • Household chores and meal preparation
  • Daily meditation
  • 12-Step presentation
  • Family-style meals
  • Recreational activities
  • Community meetings
  • Local, nightly 12-Step meetings
  • Personal accountability development

To learn more about A Reprieve for Men or A Reprieve for Women, call 205-892-5202.

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