Recovery is not simply just abstinence. It’s a way of living, it’s a way of thinking, it’s a lifestyle.

~ Joseph Skrajewski

Addiction Treatment.

Jericho Road provides a men’s 9-month residential addiction recovery program, based on 12 Step models of recovery. This includes connection to ourselves, community and the God of our own understanding. Our residential program gives men that needed time and support to walk through this journey.

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The Discipleship House.

We want to see people move from discouragement to hope. Jericho Road provides space for clients to gain purpose and connection with themselves and their community, while offering support in times of relapse and crisis. Daily structure and discipline help men overcome the chaotic routine of addiction and build a new foundation with tools to meet everyday challenges.

Upon entering Jericho, all technological distractions are set aside so that we can fully learn to live with self, others and our Higher Power. This means no cell phones!

Residents are provided a safe and encouraging environment to once again face the world, with their heads held high. Finding their needs for home, community, health and purpose being fulfilled, they can in turn pass their experience, strength and hope onto others.

Building a new foundation in life, our residents follow a daily structure which will help them grow out of their old ways of thinking and reacting, into a new life of honesty, open-mindedness and willingness. Jericho Road strongly believes that the opposite of addiction is connection.

We teach abstinence based recovery, while cultivating strength through community.

Classes can include:
  • 12-Step models for recovery;

  • Morning devotionals and biblical studies;

  • Relapse prevention;

  • Anger management;

  • Community building;

  • Addiction education;

  • Trauma informed care;

  • Volunteer service work;

  • Life skills

Want to know more about addiction?

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