What we offer
Guidance and experience with the Twelve Step Process and its application into daily life. Each guest attains full-time employment, develop responsible behaviors, and learns to enjoy a sober and purposeful life. We will teach you how to take and live the steps. Groups throughout the day ranging from meditation, workshops, and speaker-discussions. Around the clock staff supervision and drug-testing. A strongly bonded community working towards the same goal.
How to get in
Call or email with any inquiries about availability and pricing. All potential guests must be medically cleared from a detox before entering. The levels of your stay may differ if you are entering from a primary thirty-day rehab stay. A phone interview is required of all incoming guests before being accepted.
Who Comes Here
This is different. Many of us have tried other methods and were unsuccessful until finding the Twelve Step Process. Most of us just thought they were suggestions on a banner at an AA meeting. Here is where we learn that they are a so much more than that, they become an integral part of our lives.
Long Term Treatment
We recommend a stay of 6-9 months to work through the program and leave on a strong footing. Long term treatment is where the most success is found. The levels of stay and skills taught at the Brook Retreat prepare guests for a smooth transition into independent living.
Three Levels of Growth and Progress
Make a beginning.
Less Structure. More freedom. Practice the new design for living.
Maintenance and Progression.
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