Are you ready to start your journey of life-long addiction recovery? If you are, and are looking for help on your road of recovery Healing House’s addiction recovery housing may be the place for you. Thousands of men and women have found hope, healing and lasting recovery through Healing House’s recovery program. Take the first step in making Healing House your home and submit a Screening Application by clicking on the blue button on the left. If you are applying using a mobile phone, you must set the device to desktop view before you fill out the application and send it. After submitting your application, the next step is having an open interview. We hold open interviews with our Director of Ministries on Tuesdays, from 9am to 1pm. Please call that morning to confirm that the interviews are being held that day. If you have questions about the application, we are happy to help. Get answers by calling (816) 920-7181.
In light of the current situation regarding Covid-19, we will be holding interviews via cam-2-cam over the internet. Click the Apply Today button to fill out the online app and to learn more about our cam-2-cam interviewing process.
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Get a sneak peak into what it looks like to participate in Healing House, Inc.’s addiction recovery housing program by reviewing Healing House Rules and Requirements. These rules and requirements are valid for every Healing House property as well as all activities attended by Healing House. Reading them may help you to decide if Healing House is the right fit for you!
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Currently located at 4505 St. John, Avenue, the RCC offers programs and services to support long-term substance abuse recovery. Our programs and services are provided in a safe and secure environment to reduce stigma, while providing information and support with a focus on peer engagement. We are a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) friendly facility and all are welcome. At the RCC we offer:
- 1 on 1 recovery coaching
- Phone and computer access
- Detox and treatment placement assistance
- Weekly recovery meetings
- Life skills training
- Additional resource information
- Monthly social events
We want you to know that you are not alone. There is hope and help! Here are resources that you may find helpful in your journey of recovery:
Alcoholics Anonymous – Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other in order to solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.
Alcoholics Victorious – Alcoholics Victorious support groups offer a safe environment for people recovering from the effects of alcoholism or drug addiction. They recognize Jesus Christ as their “Higher Power” and gather together to share their experience, faith, strength and hope.
12 Steps to Serenity – Find hope, take inventory, make amends and help others.
Alcohol Abuse Amongst the Elderly: A Complete Guide – This guide seeks to increase awareness and understanding of this difficult topic including recognizing the symptoms and how to approach and help seniors. Published by the National Council for Aging Care.
Can Faith Rewire an Addict’s Brain? This fascinating Wall Street Journal article discusses new evidence showing that “God consciousness” can keep young people off drugs and alcohol.