Recovery is something to be proud of.
Pathway to Sobriety is an AA-based long-term recovery program that guides addicts to reclaim positive attributes of body, mind, and spirit. These positive things are mislaid during active addiction but are inherent in humans. We regain them through hard work, counseling, fellowship, and spirituality.
We recognize that each person heals at different rates and that change takes time. Pathway asks for an eight-month minimum commitment to our recovery process. Residents who are actively working with our counselors to change and just need more help often spend a year or more in the Pathway program. We will see committed members through to good jobs, independent housing, and lifelong connection to our intentional community.
The Pathway program does not bill the men or their families. We do not bill insurance nor do we take state or federal funds for our treatment program. We are a non-profit program supported through programs at The Center and through private fundraising.
Working daily and being of service to the community is an integral part of our treatment program. Pathway men work to take care of a place that takes care of others.
Pathway to Sobriety takes a truly holistic approach: Work starts to heal the body and earns a place for Pathway men to start healing the mind and spirit. All participants receive individual and group counseling from certified professionals as well as room and board as part of the program. Detoxification in a medical facility is a pre-requisite to acceptance to Pathway. In addition, all applicants are screened and interviewed before admittance.