Transitional Living for Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation
Transitional living is a restructuring of an old concept. The early centers for living were known as Halfway or Three-Quarter houses and usually were in existence for the provision of shelter for people who were caught up in the disease of alcoholism. Below is a Transitional Living Program that is located in Texas.
"At STAGES of Recovery, we believe that young adults need support in multiple areas to make their experience of recovery successful. The lessons learned and attitudes developed in the first six months of recovery form the foundation from which young adults can successfully pursue a sober and productive life as adults. STAGES of Recovery provides young men with the information, skills, and life lessons needed to achieve their recovery, academic, and career goals. Through a unique progression of increasing responsibility and opportunity, residents of the STAGES program build self confidence, develop practical life skills, learn the value of community service, and get back on track with their educational goals. Visit Us at www.stagesofrecovery.com"
Of British Design
The most earnest beginning of Transitional Living began when in 1878 through the "holiness" teaching of William Booth and wife Catherine who began the 'Whitechapel Christian Mission in London's East End to help feed and house the poor. The mission was reorganized along military lines, with the preachers known as officers...... Read More