Community that Heals Hearts from Addiction

October 15, 2016

If addiction is a disease of loneliness; then sisterhood is the antidote. and there is real hope in our sisterhood.

 

Combine our small, family-like group setting with our collaborating private 

outpatient program, and you will find that each woman finds the welcome mat in every facet of her stay at Right Path House to discover, develop and practice her interpersonal strengths in recovery.

 

Residents learn that as people in recovery, we need each other to listen and to talk to. Our peer specialists are trained to support that simple act of being truly present for each other. We find inside something very special-love, compassion and healing from the loneliness of addiction.  

 

 

Our house activities are designed to promote our sisterhood. From group therapy, to therapeutic kitchen activities (team cooking) to the in-house guided discovery workshops around the firepit, we invite women to become the person they were always meant to be and develop lifelong friendships. Each of our houses are purposefully limited to six women so that no one gets lost or overwhelmed by the sheer number of people.

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After rehab, in-home care, and/or extended care, we think sober living is the next logical step toward recovery life. From SAMHSA research, we offer the four pillars of recovery: (1) community, (some life skill support,) (2) mental and physical wellness; including membership at the gym and yoga studio, an emphasis on whole food in shared evening meals, and professional therapy delivered from the surrounding community, (3) finding purpose in work or school and (4) re-integrating into a re-structured family dynamic or a new home. We welcome those with or without a history of treatment and understand that a whole - person - healing is needed to allow sustainable recovery to begin.