Phase IV (Months 8-12)
Sober Living Homes/ Transitional Living
Transitional Housing/ Independent Living Phase
Phase IV (Months 8-12) of Revive Life house is based on the Sober Living Homes & Transitional Living model that will allow men to continue to establish independence and learn how to live in sobriety while still working, paying rent and continuing to establish themselves in the community,
Our Phase 4 program is comprised of the following:
- Access to individual counseling and case management as requested by client
- May remain employee of Revive Ministries or Revive Temp to Work Referral or seek other employment
- Must be working 40 hours per week
- Provide proof of regular attendance at a recovery meeting weekly
- Working 40 hour per week
- All clients are required to pay $120 per week for rent, utilities and submit to random drug testing
Social Model/ Sober Living Homes program emphasizes a sober living environment, peer counseling and case management. The emphasis of these programs is to assist residents to provide themselves and each other with a culture of recovery, support, sharing and positive role modeling. Residents are expected to be involved in the external community (through work, education, volunteer activities, etc.). This is done with helping persons to understand independence is important but inter-dependence on each other for continued sobriety is the key to living full and successful lives in Christ.
SLH’s (Sober Living Homes) are alcohol and drug free living environments for individuals attempting to maintain abstinence from alcohol and drugs. They offer no formal treatment but either mandate or strongly encourage attendance at 12-step groups. SLH’s have been important resources for individuals completing residential treatment, attending outpatient programs, leaving incarceration or seeking alternatives to formal treatment.
Because they do not offer formal treatment services, they are not monitored by state licensing agencies. However, many sober living homes are members of SLH coalitions or associations that monitor health, safety, quality, and adherence to a social model philosophy of recovery that emphasizes 12-step group involvement and peer support.
Eligibility: client must be graduate of first 3 Phases of treatment from Revive Life House/ Revive Ministries.