Fellowship Living Facilities provides a safe, structured, and supportive environment for men and women in recovery. Our residences offer a semi private private rooms and a very comfortable living space with many amenities.
In addition to Sober Living, Fellowship living facilities offers a wide variety of Recovery Support Services, which are designed to assist men and women who are in recovery achieve their goals. Once the resident makes a commitment to overcome their addiction to drugs and alcohol, he or she will be on the road to achieve Positive Recovery outcomes.
The Recovery Support Services available at Fellowship Living Facilities include:
Weekly Program Reviews
Residents will meet one on one with their assigned Sober Living Residence Manager on a weekly basis, and discuss their progress, meeting attendance, challenges experienced, and ways to resolve those challenges.
Coping Skills Development
Coping skills are methods a person uses to deal with stressful situations. Obtaining and maintaining good coping skills does take practice. However utilizing these skills becomes easier over time. Most importantly, good coping skills make for good mental health wellness.
Social Skills Development
Communication skills are the key to developing (and keeping) friendships and to building a strong social support network. They also help you take care of your own needs, while being respectful of the needs of others. People aren’t born with good communication skills; like any other skill, they are learned through trial and error and repeated practice.
“Life skills” are defined as psychosocial abilities for adaptive and positive behavior that enable individuals to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life.
Back 2 Work Program
Residents have the option to receive assistance with Resume Building, development of interview skills, and dress for success.
Access and Support from The Fellowship Foundation Community Center.
Fellowship Foundation Recovery Community Organization envisions a world where the power, hope, and healing of recovery from alcohol and other drug addictions is thoroughly understood and embraced. Fellowship Foundation Recovery Community Organization strives to end discrimination and remove barriers to recovery through advocacy, education, and service.
Services provided through Fellowship foundation Recovery Community Organization include:
Recovery Capital (Rec Cap) Program
The bridge from Treatment to Sef Directed Recovery.
The REC-CAP utilizes a comprehensive set of recovery assessment tools (Commitment to Recovery, Recovery Barriers, Unmet Service Needs, Recovery Group Involvement, Meaningful Activities, etc) to create a clear and accurate picture of exactly where the client is at. The results of the assessment generate a visual report that the program then uses, in conjunction with a trained Peer Navigator associated with the program, to develop a framework of Recovery Goals that create a finite and concrete pathway to successful, long-term recovery.
The Recovery Coaching Program pairs individuals seeking recovery with an appropriate Peer Recovery Coach. Our coaches work with coachees to ascertain their recovery goals, develop an individualized recovery plan, and leverage existing recovery capital and generate additional capital to successfully meet goals. Coaches provide nonjudgemental supportive feedback to coachees and guide them into the recovery community.
Biosound Healing Therapy’s original and refined procedure is a combination of musical stimulation and guided meditation. The most dominant advantages to using the Biosound system is the calming effect, guiding patients towards a healing meditative state, concentrating on their breathing, bringing them to the present and a state of rationality. The Biosound Therapy System incorporates realistic and a constructive biofeedback program established on years of scientific analysis on the psychophysiology of stress, emotions, and interactions between the heart and brain.
Support Group Meetings
A wide variety of meetings are offered on a weekly basis. Meetings include A.A., N.A. Al-Anon, Meditation, A.C.O.A, Narcan Training, and many more.The link to the Fellowship Foundation Recovery Community Organization Calendar can be found below.