Program Phases and Post Program Opportunities
The objective of the induction class is to acquaint you with your cohort and the overall community, make you feel at "home," and show you support while adjusting to the recovery Way of Life.
You will discover ways to escape the devastation that surrounds your life as a rsult of drug and alcohol use.
You will receive Hope from the other men in the community.
The Transition Phase is addresses specific areas of relational, financial, and legal calamity that exist in your life
This is a time to get a little more honest with yourself and the other men in the community, learning to see how you are like them and that you can trust them. This includes praticing how to give and receive accountability out of concern. Improving our understanding of how to deal with attitudes, feelings, and emotions.
The program's orientation phase is intended to help the student grow in two key areas: trust and ownership. In order for them to start tearing down the barriers that have held them tied in their addiction, they must be able to trust God and the other guys in the program. Second, and most importantly, every man starts to accept responsibility for his life and the decisions he has made. He realizes how his own choices have negatively impacted both his life and the lives of others. As a result, he starts to accept accountability for his deeds and adopts a moral mindset.
Here you will learn about the psychological and physical components of chemical dependency as well as how to take a more active role in your own healing. This program level examines the stages of escalating chemical dependency and the lifestyle adjustments required on the road to recovery. It incorporates scientific understanding of drug reliance and perceptions of the harm done to our cognitive processes.
When in the heart of the recovery program you will be asked to concentrate carefully on the difficulties deep within you, this is called Inner Healing. The goal is for you to break free from the emotional and mental pain that has afflicted you for so long, not to adopt a "victim" mentality. To truly experience the forgiveness, love, and healing that only Christ can provide is the ultimate purpose of Inner Healing.
In this phase, you are held to a high standard of spirituality. You are expected to act as the program's leader because you are. Many leadership possibilities are provided to the disciples, which fosters a sense of worth. Dorm monitors, job site leaders, and journal mentors are a few of the responsibilities given, and they are in charge of instructing newer residents in the program how to journal and hear from the Lord.
For men who believe they may be called into the recovery ministry, S.L.T. is a one-year commitment. This advanced training gives a man an expanded understanding of the price of discipleship and introduces him to the idea of becoming a servant in Christ.
As an alumni, you can become a part of our community team. Through the Jericho House Mobile App, you may be called on at anytime to assist a brand new person to recovery, assist with a problem a resident is experiencing in the program or to assist with other program activities and events.
Once a part of the Jericho house, we hope you stay active in helping others find freedom in Jesus and a new life without the demons of addiction