Men and women, 18 years and over, will reside in separate housing communities. Residents begin the program in shared living quarters and are expected, during their stay, to integrate into the community to prevent isolating behaviors while encouraging healthy connections. Residents have the opportunity to participate in life skill building related to health, wellness, and community services. Healthy, sober activities are introduced and serve to link participants to the larger community.
Single parents in recovery face many unique and challenging circumstances. In order to better address the needs of this population, Day One Integrative Services has programming designed specifically for single parents with children. Peer support specialists with real life experiences assist the clients in structuring balance in life areas such as work, parenting and recovery. Collaboration with other services in the community is beneficial in the aftercare of those we serve. It is an integral part for continued long-term sobriety.
Support groups and engaging in the community with others practicing a program of recovery and a sober, healthy lifestyle has proven to be one of the most effective ways to decrease the chance of relapse. This also aids in reducing isolation and loneliness which are a trigger for a return to using.
Day One Integrated Services offers a safe collaborative environment for 12-step meetings and spiritually based support groups while giving access to further treatment and resources. Given the opportunity to learn to trust opens our clients to share ideas and inspires them to discover solutions to life struggles. This fosters a way of living that increases chances for long-term sobriety.