WHY WE ARE DIFFERENT
By becoming a participant in Art of Living Homes, you will gain a home that helps and supports your abstinence from drugs and/or alcohol. In addition, our homes support learning and practicing new skills that are instrumental to sustaining abstinence. Each facet of the Art of Living Home is designed to help participants maintain an active and focused lifestyle of recovery while consistently improving their body, mind, and spirit.
The Art of Living Home, together with iLearn Life, Inc. complements a 12 Step Program of Recovery. Our program is designed to direct our community members toward a successful, lasting recovery and a life of purpose and meaning. iLearn Life, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) which seeks cultural innovation through community.
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THE INTERVIEW PROCESS
During our initial interview, we are committed to working with you to determine if we are the right fit for your recovery. In doing so, our goal is to determine if the applicants goals and objectives match ours and if our environment will suit her needs.
We remain in direct contact with our participants’ continuing care professionals and loved ones as appropriate.
WHAT YOU RECEIVE
WHAT YOU RECEIVE FROM THE ART OF LIVING HOME A dedicated peer support staff. A supportive staff that has compassion, understanding, experience, strength and hope to offer and share. A
CRITERIA FOR PARTICIPATION
CRITERIA FOR PARTICIPATION Willingness and the desire for Sobriety and a healthy lifestyle Participant must be 18 years of age Remain Alcohol and Drug free Minimum of 3-month commitment (this
PEER-PEER and MENTOR SUPPORT
PEER-PEER and MENTOR SUPPORT An important part of recovery is having a supportive peer-peer community. Peer-Peer recovery support at the Art of Living Home is designed and delivered by people
AOL HOME- 501C3
THE ART OF LIVING HOME The Art of Living Home is under the umbrella of iLearn Life, Inc a 501(c)(3) organization. The Board of Directors guides the external finances used
GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE The Art of Living Home is committed to meeting the needs and expectations of our participants. We will work with you to try to resolve any conflict and
CODE OF ETHICS
CODE OF ETHICS All persons working in the National Alliance for Recovery Residences ( NARR ) Affiliate organizations, (recovery residence owners, operators, staff and volunteers) are expected to adhere to