CREATE YOUR OWN LIFESTYLE
We are here to support your life as you meet your recovery and find your own 'right' path.

our vision

On the right path - you are placing one foot in front of the other to find your unique balance, both mentally and physically, in recovery. We feel a special responsibility to make sure when you take this chance to practice and refine that balance, it really counts.

 

We are dedicated to helping clients create an early recovery life with the recovery skillset that can help them stay sober long-term. Through our recovery coaching, house structure and outpatient therapy, our clients come to value self-assessment and responsibility. Using their strengths, our clients become confidence in exploring the world around them in healthy ways and to contribute back. In the clear headed water of recovery from people pleasing, clients become accountable and they embrace making progress that day in rebuilding their life.

your day

We offer a safe and comfortable sober living house with a supportive recovery community.

    IN HOUSE: where evening meals are shared, recovery coaching is dedicated one - to - one and 12-step workshops are offered in a safe and structured CCORR certified transitional sober living home.

    IN THE COMMUNITY: where residents attend therapy with private practice addiction professions, complete an IOP or PHP program, rebuild their life at work or school, rebuild relationships with friends and family, and enjoy the advantages of a yoga studio membership. Coaches assist with obtaining and maintaining employment in the light of a recovering life.

    EXPERIENTIALLY: we offer art and equine therapy and "random fun activities". Residents take turns planning and leading the activity.

bright and Life-affirming, that's connecting

Recovery makes a life-altering impact on your life. Don't waste that opportunity to start fresh.

Right Path's structured, trauma-informed, sober living is founded on the precept that recovery is you, evolving. By evolving, you connect to others, connect to your higher self, contribute to the world around you and have compassion for yourself as well as those you influence. On the right path - you are placing one foot in front of the other to find your unique balance, both mentally and physically, in recovery. We feel a special responsibility to make sure when you take this chance to practice and refine that balance, it really counts.

Right Path House individualizes every program because your right path is yours and yours alone. Team recommendations and changing needs are often adjusted as you grow in honesty, openness and willingness.

 

Together, we create a team around each guest consisting of coach, therapist, family and guest.  We are alongside each resident 

throughout their stay with us and then assist in setting up an recovery plan for the transition toward home where ever home may be. 

Location

On the right path - you are placing one foot in front of the other to find your unique balance, both mentally and physically, in recovery.

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Right Path House provides coaching with CCAR - certified recovery coaches. Our coaches work one-on-one with guests to provide a guidepost during early recovery. They are here to ensure the guest begins to feel the empowerment that recovery can bring while real life is experienced.

RECOVERY COACHING

One- To - One

We are a structured, trauma-informed sober loving home with workshops and "random fun activities". Our mission is healing the damage addiction has left in it's wake so residents can connect to sustainable recovery. Residents are required to participate in outpatient therapy with private practitioners in the surrounding area (that take most insurances)

CLINICAL ELEMENTS

Our Area is Enriched

Residents often arrive with an unrealistic sense of self. For instance, feelings about themselves and others are often extreme and unregulated. With one of our four-legged friends there is both rejection and acceptance but it's easier to see without rationalizing. Maybe because animals have no ego or power trip at stake so no need to lie, our four legged friends are often felt to be an 'objective' mirror of self.

EXPERIENTIALS

Inspiration from Horses and Art 

Residents pursue work and school goals while also attending 12-step, therapy and taking the time out to have fun and exercise in the first year of recovery. There's no time more precious then your own, so, with you, we will search for the best resources to enrich your life: recreation, education or finding a better job. We will also work with you, your family and your therapist to set up a gentle transition plan that works for you and your recovery.

WHAT IS DISCERNMENT?

Putting Recovery as the Priority

In our workshops, residents have a chance to grow closer, experience inner spiritual growth, learn more about themselves and their addiction. While residents choose their sponsors, Right Path will get them started on the 12-steps until they do and also, give everyone who has a sponsor, deicated time to read and write quietly.

IN-HOUSE WORKSHOPS

Mindfulness and the

12-Steps

Many residents come to us spiritually empty; they have very little compass or filter for their direction in life or a working practice of their value system. We urge residents to attend the 12-step, Buddhist and Refuge Recovery workshops while at Right Path. Residents often go to the Sound Baths and Yoga. We offer a regular in-house workshop on mindfulness and meditation.

SPIRIT AND VALUES

How My Spirit Effects Me

Recreation does more than provide a fun break. It also is a source for making friends and connecting. What's the first thing you do when you've gone through a physical

challenge, you smile at your neighbor. You need to share this moment. Connection defines recovery. 

In recovery it is important to learn to make time for recreation and relax, Right Path includes a yoga studio membership.

RECREATION

More then Fun

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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.