Program Plan

Recovery Program Overview

Overview and Application Process

His Way is a residential, Christ-centered recovery program for men with drug and alcohol addictions. The program is 6 months in length with the option of an additional, post-graduate 6 months (many of our residents choose to stay 12 months with us). Men interested in applying to His Way should fill out and submit His Way Entry Assessment form. The next step is a personal interview to discuss the program, and determine if the potential resident is a good fit (and vice versa). There are times when His Way facility is filled to capacity. When that is the case, the potential resident will be added to a waiting list and notified when a space becomes available.

Curriculum & Teaching

The daily classes, devotionals, and meetings at His Way center around the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and relying on his power to change our lives. In addition, some courses at The Way use proven 12-step recovery materials, as well as contemporary materials related to overcoming, successful living, and personal/professional development.

Residents work with the staff to develop a personalized recovery plan, and regularly meet individually and in small groups with counselors to work through this plan as they progress through the program.

Registration and Fees

Men interested in applying to His Way must fill out and submit an entry assessment form. After reviewing the completed form, His Way staff will contact the potential resident for an interview.

His Way's entry fee is $1,250. A portion of this fee is non-refundable, and it must be paid in advance. The entry fee covers the resident's room, board, tuition, transportation, counseling, and recovery materials for his first 30 days in the program. Residents begin paying weekly rent of as they secure outside employment (with our assistance) and enter Phases Two and Three of the program. Most of the residents that complete our program graduate with not only a solid plan for recovery, but also long-term employment and money in their bank account.

"Seeking His Way"

Residents in this phase participate in 3 classes each weekday morning, as well as devotionals and Bible studies at other times during the day. During Phase One, the resident focuses on spending time with Jesus, while learning important habits and disciplines that will be vital to successful recovery.

Core Materials & Courses for Phase One:
Daily Bible (Section from Oct 18-Jan 20)
12-Step Recovery Book (Steps 1-4)
“30 Days with Jesus”
New Life Behavior
Bondage Breaker
Deep Convictions
Daily Counseling
Memory Verse Work

Requirements to Progress to Phase Two:
Successful completion of “30 Days with Jesus” & Daily Bible reading courses
Completion through step 4 of the 12 steps
Essay assignment and memory verses

"Finding His Way"

Phase Two residents participate in daily morning devotionals and evening classes while working full-time at an appropriate job external to His Way. In this phase, residents begin paying weekly rent. Phase Two residents attend the 8 am recovery class as their work schedule allows. This phase focuses on developing a strong work ethic and servant attitude.

Core Materials & Courses for Phase Two:
Daily Bible (Section from Jan 21-April 20)
12-Step Recovery Book (Steps 5-8)
Purpose Driven Life
Weekly Counseling
Memory Verse Work

Requirements to Progress to Phase Three:
Successful completion of Daily Bible reading courses
Completion through step 8 of the 12 steps
Essay assignment and memory verse

"Living His Way"

Phase Three residents participate in daily morning devotionals and evening classes while working full-time at an appropriate job external to His Way. Residents continue paying weekly rent during this time, and focus on building a lifestyle that will sustain them after graduation.

Core Materials & Courses for Phase Three:
Daily Bible (Section from April 21-July 20)
12-Step Recovery Book (Steps 9-11)
“Elective” Self-Study (parenting, marriage, dating, vocational, GED, etc.)
Financial Peace with Personal Budget
Bi-Weekly Counseling
Memory Verse Work

Requirements to Graduate:
Successful completion of Daily Bible reading courses
Completion through step 11 of the 12 steps
Essay assignment and memory verses
Completion of Financial Peace with a workable personal budget
Create an approved “Independent Living Plan”