There is no person walking the face of the earth that demonstrates more courage, dignity, honesty and integrity than a person that's working a program of recovery.
~ Unkown Author
Ongoing discipleship is the goal. Our Continuing Care homes are open to those who graduated our 9-month initial treatment program. We understand that when initial treatment ends, a life of recovery begins. We recognize the value of continuing to provide a safe and supportive environment to help the men grow in their recovery journey and as they widen their own personal community.
Jericho Road’s Continuing Care housing is a place where men get to put their new and learned skills into practice in a regular home environment; and then into their work places and social networks. We hope to maximize the ripple effect by encouraging the men to go out and live life to the full.
The majority of our treatment program graduates choose to live in one of our Continuing Care homes after initial treatment. Residents can stay in one of our Continuing Care homes for up to a year, giving them time to establish their recovery routine and safely reintegrate back into the larger society.
We strongly encourage our men to remain in the recovery process by being involved in volunteer positions, leadership and mentoring roles within their community and other residents.
Since we value continued connection, we always welcome and encourage past residents to maintain the relationships developed within Jericho Road and to visit as often as they wish, even if it's just for quick hello.
We recommend continuing:
Regular 12 step attendance;
Connection to a faith community;
Mentoring within Jericho & 12-step fellowships;
Practicing H.O.W. to maintain recovery -
(honesty, open-mindedness & willingness)