Addiction Recovery Homes
Our long-term residential 12-step program includes classes in anger management, relapse prevention, boundaries, life skills, and Bible studies.
Aftercare Recovery Homes
After the addicted poor go through a recovery program, we provide a residential home to transition into lifelong freedom from addiction.
With support and accountability, men and women who have completed a residential recovery program can continue into a living environment that will support their journey.
Why We Are Different
- We provide recovery in a residential home.
- We embrace those who battle both addictions and mental illness.
- We work with those recently released from incarceration who struggle with addiction.
- We provide residential, transitional homes after the addicted poor go through a recovery program that offer support and accountability as they learn to live sober, productive lives. We are one of the few aftercare transitional recovery programs for women with children.
- We offer mentoring and coaching to other compassionate leaders around the world, who are interested in providing services for the addicted poor.
Women’s Aftercare Recovery Home
In July, 2015 RESTORE opened our first Aftercare Recovery Home for women and children in Concord. This home is especially designed for women who need a transitional home where they can move forward with their lives and continue with recovery in a safe, supportive environment.
Most of our residents are mothers who, due to their addiction, have children detained as wards of the Court, under the control of Child Family Services. After graduating from programs, Child Family Services requires them to find a Sober Living Environment, but few of these homes are available to mothers with children. RESTORE is especially designed to meet this need! At RESTORE, these mothers are able to gradually be with their children and in time the court system awards their children back into their full time care.
Our RESTORE Aftercare Recovery Home is fundamentally a spiritual program. Our desire is to see each resident become an obedient follower of Jesus Christ! Residents praying together daily is a common practice in the home. A mandatory weekly Twelve Step Bible Study blends each of the Twelve Steps with corresponding Scripture passages, including interactive times of reflection and personal application. Understanding who God is and His plan for our lives is a vital part of learning to surrender to Christ. Transformation is a process that happens from the inside out!
RESTORE is successful in seeing our mothers graduate from our Aftercare Recovery Home:
- Staying sober through a relationship with Jesus Christ and the Twelve Step Program
- Family reconciliation
- Their children back into their full-time care to establish their own home
- Becoming productive self-sustaining members of society, off of welfare
- Giving back by helping others and
- Having a great support system through the local church and the Twelve Step network!
VOLUNTEERS – THE POWER OF ONE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE! We welcome volunteers who can make a difference in a variety of ways. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact Shirley Pounds (510) 541-6303.