Our peer-driven recovery philosophy employs the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, individual and group sessions, workshops, and support from the local recovery community to craft a personalized approach to solving the problem of addiction.
Intensive recovery = 28 Days
Residents enrolled in the short-term, immersive program spend full days engaged in learning about and practicing the principles of recovery.
Vocational recovery = 90 DAYS
Residents in the 90-day program balance recovery workshops and Twelve Step Meetings with full-time employment, allowing them to pay for their recovery.
Transitional Recovery = Up to 12 months
Typically offered to those who have completed one or both of our recovery programs, the transitional recovery track offers residents the opportunity to live in our recovery community while transitioning to outside life.
Potter House Recovery is an immersive, residential, peer driven recovery community for men and women. We use the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous as the foundation for our program.
At Potter House, we believe that peer support coupled with a comprehensive course in the Twelve Steps can offer freedom and a new beginning to those suffering from substance use disorder.
We provide residents with a safe, structured place to learn and grow. We teach the tools that allow us to chart our own paths in recovery.
Twelve Step Meetings
The Wilson Bed Program is a needs-based scholarship that enables treatment for addicts and alcoholics who desperately want help but simply cannot afford treatment. A Wilson Bed scholarship pays for the entire 28-day program, or the first month of our long-term program. A fully funded program is available to anyone who can sincerely demonstrate need and has an earnest desire to recover. The program is funded entirely by outside donations. It is named in honor of Bill Wilson, one of the founders of Alcoholics Anonymous.
”We work out our solution on the spiritual and altruistic plane…” xxvi Alcoholics Anonymous
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