The Healing Place is a long-term peer-driven residential recovery program serving the Greater Richmond community. Here, our neighbors suffering from substance use disorder carve pathways to sobriety, employment, and spiritual wellness.
The Healing Place program includes a workforce development program, a transitional sober living community, and an active Alumni Association to support lifelong sobriety. We offer services at no cost.
Services are now available for men and women as of December 30, More thanAmericans died from drug and alcohol-related deaths in This is double that compared to a decade ago. Last year, we lost 1, community members to opioid overdoses and 1, to overdoses from all drugs. These s continue to rise for a variety of reasons. The moment a person decides to seek help is a crucial juncture that could save his or her life.
Services are no t always available, especially if you have a limited income. When adults have access to the tools for recovery and have time for practice, they are able to secure employment, improve their health, and life to the fullest.
This long-term peer-driven residential recovery program includes a five-week workforce development program CARITAS Worksa transitional sober living community, and an active Alumni Association. Over the last 15 years, THP has served nearly 9, people.
A therapeutic, peer-driven community is the foundation of the month long program. Residents lead by example and hold each other able as they safely practice a life in recovery. This community stays with them after they leave.
Our programs prioritize people. We believe by helping each person as they are, we can help the community at large.
We help our residents become mothers, fathers, friends, sons, and daughters again so they can dream and build brighter futures. Here are a few ways our residents demonstrate success after their time at The Healing Place:.
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Almost twice as many people who are unemployed struggle with addiction than those who are full-time workers, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health. Though we are currently in the midst of an opiate epidemic, alcohol remains the one drug of choice for our residents and nationally.
Our Success Our programs prioritize people.
Participants find jobs within one month of completing the workforce development component of the program. Staff and peers teach 1, recovery classes to those in the program annually.