Sick and Tired of Half Way House Failures?
ACC Offers Love and Hope
...for individuals struggling with substance abuse dependencies seeking a Spiritually Based Recovery Living Environment
"A NEW DOOR"
An innovative Sober Living Environment
Whether one is new to recovery, or has a history of sobriety, there is a continuing need for support and encouragement. A New Door gives the needed support and assistance in a gradual transition to a happier, healthier lifestyle, with the realization that it is possible to live and thrive in the community at large. Many individuals are without a Safe, Clean and Sober Living Environment for accomplishing their desired recovery. It is with this in mind that A New Door was established.
A New Door offers a Licensed Sober Living environment at competitive rates.
Amenities included are:
Quiet living in lovely suburban neighborhoods.
Internet, Cable Internet access.
Recovered managers experienced in after-care living.
Clean, comfortable, furnished bedrooms.
Large and comfortable common areas.
Attractive and well-maintained interiors and exteriors.
Fully equipped kitchen and laundry facilities.
The security/serenity offered in a drug/alcohol free home.
Access to public transportation and houses of worship.
A supportive, friendly staff that encourage residents to attend Bible studies, recovery oriented meetings, home meetings and community programs. An atmosphere that affords privacy, anonymity, & discretion for residents.
A New Door provides a safe environment for persons desiring & willing to maintain sobriety.
There is zero tolerance for drug and alcohol at A New Door, and more than a halfway house, we help each other stay clean and sober. Through active learning of an individualized recovery program, residents are taught to become giving and productive members of the community. They are afforded the opportunity to become the individuals they have always wanted to be, living with direction and purpose.
Eligibility to reside in our structured recovery environment include:
· Stay drug and alcohol free.
· Have a willingness to remain clean and sober.
· Actively work your personal Recovery Program.
· Actively involved with your Accountability Partner
· Follow our House Rules. We are very structured.
· Attend Spiritual Recovery discussion/speaker meetings.
· Attend at least 2-outside Recovery meetings per week.
· Have a legal source of income. Must be self-supporting.
· Pass regular/random drug/alcohol screens.
(Drug/alcohol screens serve as a means of deterrence, and a dirty (or positive) test constitutes grounds for immediate eviction.)
To reserve a bed, a $100.00 deposit is required.
This money is refunded at the time one leaves the home to continue their transition by returning to the community at large. The $100.00 will not be refundable if one leaves prior to their 90-day commitment, or demonstrates relapse behavior and is asked to leave. It is at the discretion of the house community to determine if someone is demonstrating negative and/or relapse behavior, and at that time may be placed on a contract. If the guidelines of the contract are not maintained, they will be required to leave, and again would forfeit the refund of their initial deposit. At this time, the fee is only $100.00 per week. Arrangements can be made to pay on a weekly basis and a payment contract will be established at that time.
Call our office at 334-303-5594 for availability and to complete an application. We maintain a waiting list for those desiring residency at A New Door and offer referrals to trusted Recovery Living houses for individuals needing immediate residency.