PATHWAY TO RECOVERY OVERVIEW

Hannah’s Haven seeks to provide a safe, stable, and peaceful environment for women to establish a lifestyle free of drugs and alcohol. The ministry will serve any women age 18 and older who have undergone medically supervised detoxification if needed. The program consists of two phases; residential for a minimum of 12 months and non-residential for 6-12 months. All Hannah’s Haven students must have a commitment to their own recovery.

PATHWAY TO RECOVERY OVERVIEW

Hannah’s Haven seeks to provide a safe, stable, and peaceful environment for women to establish a lifestyle free of drugs and alcohol. The ministry will serve any women age 18 and older who have undergone medically supervised detoxification if needed. The program consists of two phases; residential for a minimum of 12 months and non-residential for 6-12 months. All Hannah’s Haven students must have a commitment to their own recovery.

STEP 1: ADMITTING HELPLESSNESS

The first and most important steps in addiction recovery is admitting that there is a problem. For those women who want change, acknowledge that they need help and have faith that a closer relationship with God will be transformational, Hannah’s Haven is a saving grace

STEP 4: ACCOUNTABILITY – TRANSITION PHASE

Beginning a new life in Christ, students pursue activities outside of the residential component of the program. For 6-12 months, students Transition back into society, taking responsibility and following the Lord’s direction.
PARENTING CLASSES / GED COMPLETION / CONTINUAL CARE PLAN

STEP 2: COMMITMENT-RESIDENTIAL PHASE

Individuals commit to God and to the Hannah’s Haven spiritually structured program. The Residential Phase requires 24-hour supervision, designed to facilitate drug-free living for a productive life. daily chores / community outreach / devotions

STEP 5: GRADUATION

Students have grown, personally and spiritually. Utilizing the tools they’ve been taught, students should aspire to maintain a relationship with Christ in an addiction-free, productive life.
RELAPSE PREVENTION / PERSONAL INVENTORY / TRIGGERS

STEP 3: SELF-EXAMINATION

With a minimum 9-12 month stay in the residential home, students should be open to letting God change them. Phase requires willingness and progressive changes of heart for successfully completion.
LOVE & RELATIONSHIPS / POWER OVER ADDICTION / HEARING GOD

STEP 6: HELPING OTHERS

In becoming a servant of God, graduates should be able to recognize warning signs and offer guidance to those in their community falling into destructive behaviors.

STEP 1: ADMITTING HELPLESSNESS

The first and most important steps in addiction recovery is admitting that there is a problem. For those women who want change, acknowledge that they need help and have faith that a closer relationship with God will be transformational, Hannah’s Haven is a saving grace

STEP 2: COMMITMENT-RESIDENTIAL PHASE

Individuals commit to God and to the Hannah’s Haven spiritually structured program. The Residential Phase requires 24-hour supervision, designed to facilitate drug-free living for a productive life. daily chores / community outreach / devotions

STEP 3: COMMITMENT-RESIDENTIAL PHASE

Individuals commit to God and to the Hannah’s Haven spiritually structured program. The Residential Phase requires 24-hour supervision, designed to facilitate drug-free living for a productive life. daily chores / community outreach / devotions

STEP 4: SELF-EXAMINATION

With a minimum 9-12 month stay in the residential home, students should be open to letting God change them. Phase requires a willingness and progressive changes of heart for successful completion. Love & Relationships / Power Over Addiction / Hearing God

STEP 5: SELF-EXAMINATION

With a minimum 9-12 month stay in the residential home, students should be open to letting God change them. Phase requires a willingness and progressive changes of heart for successful completion. Love & Relationships / Power Over Addiction / Hearing God

STEP 6: HELPING OTHERS

In becoming a servant of God, graduates should be able to recognize warning signs and offer guidance to those in their community falling into destructive behaviors.

S.A.F.E.

The students will be provided structure, support, and strict accountability. The home’s model for recovery is best captured in the acronym S.A.F.E.

SPIRITUAL GROWTH

Students will participate in Biblical group and individual studies conducted at the home. The program includes church attendance, scripture memorization, Teen Challenge curriculum contract work, and classroom and personal work that prompts a relationship with Jesus Christ.

AFFIRMATION

Women entering the program will bring with them false beliefs about who they are. Part of the recovery process is for students to be affirmed about their value and worth. Caring, supportive staff members and volunteers will support each woman during her recovery. Through weekly meetings we will encourage, walk with, and pray with each student.

FELLOWSHIP

Through living in a community, our goal is for women to begin to depend on one another as sisters and friends. Under the guidance and modeling of the Hannah’s Haven staff, students will work together to cook meals, do household chores, and resolve conflicts. Additionally, Hannah’s Haven will host gatherings for family members, friends, and the community.

EDUCATION

Education Hannah’s Haven will utilize existing community resources to assist women in reaching educational and vocational goals, including but not limited to obtaining a GED. We will also invite guests to teach classes in the home related to topics such as financial planning, interview skills, parenting and nutrition.

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