Life skills are essential to managing and living a better quality of life and creating healthy routines and habits are important to maintaining sobriety. This is not a resort, treatment center, or rehab. This is a learning center. Our program objective is to change behaviors and to have a total psychic change. Our 90-Day Intense Program creates a solid foundation of recovery to build upon and inspire continued growth and stability.
During a participant’s first week we pair them with their own certified recovery coach where they meet one-on-one for an orientation of the program and services that are provided to them. Recovery Capital assessments are conducted as well as registration for all health and human services, linking individuals to proper healthcare services and other needs (proper documents for identification purposes). On top of having their own recovery coach, we get each resident partnered with a sponsor, a mentor, and a life-coach.
Each resident can expect to learn Activities of Daily living like:
Participants will be expected to work a 12 Step Program of their choosing.
There will be an introduction to:
Everyone can make an informed decision on which program is relevant to them, find a sponsor and begin to work steps as a start to their recovery journey.
Program Participants will have a daily schedule of recovery meetings, discussion groups, and Bio-sound Therapy.
Group discussions will provide accountability along with weekly program reviews with the participant’s Certified Recovery Coach. Group discussions will be of various topics including, but not limited to:
Individuals will have one-on-one sessions with a Life Coach, and time to meet with their recovery program sponsor as well.
Recovery capital can help sustain recovery and reduce the risks of returning to use by increasing a person’s support system. We must be mindful of increasing resources to marginalized communities when addressing recovery capital
Group workshops will be a part of the curriculum to help participant’s Recovery Capital.
The servant leaders of Fellowship RCO Housing are certified recovery coaches themselves, in long term recovery. Committed to monitoring and assisting our residents is their new chosen path.
Fellowship Recovery Community Organization’s Peer-Based Services have shown that recovery is encouraged via social support. Our Recovery Coaches provide recovery support services that are designed to channel the learned experiences and expertise from their own recovery journeys. Our services include emotional, informational, instrumental, and affiliation support in the areas of health, home, purpose, and community.
The Fellowship RCO’s Recovery Residences provide a structured sober living environment for men and women in recovery from Substance Use Disorder (SUD). In our 15 years of experience, we have found that there are specific areas of focus are important to building sustainable recovery and our Recovery Coaches are proof.
Aside from gaining knowledge through self-discovery and being held accountable to the requirements of the program, we learn how important service and fun is in recovery and to recover. We participate in civic commitment and service projects in the community to open the heart and mind to the joy of giving, and we host social events because getting used to being “normal” and having outside interests to look forward to is vital to how we recover.
After 25 years of working as an audiologist for children, Shelley started working with people in recovery from substance use disorders. She found that people who are prone to addiction, are often highly sensitive. When it comes to addiction, it is the inability to regulate emotions that is the underlying problem, and addiction comes when a person attempts to numb their overwhelming pain as a coping strategy.
Shelley has since identified that there are different sensitivity types, and that sensitivity is a beautiful Gift that needs to be cultivated and developed, not managed, or controlled. Learning to regulate emotions while honoring and respecting them, is the key to
living a peaceful life. This includes our nervous system, and our acquired belief systems, that together help to explain our behaviors. Shelley acts as a guide to unwrapping each client’s gift of sensitivity and helps confront fear, trauma, and perceptions so the client may shift their thinking and begin to live as their true self.
Learn more about Shelley Francis at www.thelisteninglab.com
Biosound Therapy helps individuals take back control of their emotional reactions and focus on quality of life, relationships, and health. It has been proven to be beneficial for patients who suffer from trauma, stress, depression, and anxiety.
Biosound Therapy is an increasingly and popular course of treatment for those experiencing mental health and or substance abuse issues in their life. The process is simple and painless. During their session, the client lays in a special chair and covered with a blanket. Then the client is exposed to a variety of vibration patterns that can be felt, heard, and seen. Biosound Therapy is non-invasive. Its sole purpose is to stimulate and heighten a sense of relaxation throughout your body through vibrations and sound waves.
The Purpose of Biosound Therapy is to put the nervous system in a complete state of relaxion. This method has shown promising discoveries with the treatment for depression and anxiety, and more recently it has shown to improve the chances of someone suffering from a substance use disorder to have a better chance of maintaining their sobriety.
The audio therapy used in the session relaxes the body and mind, lowers blood pressure, and lowers heart rate. The visual therapy feature increases mindfulness and focus. Brain function is improved, and a refreshing energy overcomes you after the session is completed.
Fellowship RCO offers Biosound Therapy at its Community Center as we have found it especially helpful for individuals recovering from substance use disorders as the mind and body is increasingly more stressed during the early stages of recovery.