Employability Job Training

Recovery House understands the role that work plays in the life of each person. It is proven that the lack of independence, income, or work increases a person’s risk of depression, decreases self-esteem and confidence. These are all components that negatively impact the disease of addiction. Addiction already produces shame, regret, low self-esteem, and depression. A person who does not take steps to make external changes exponentially risks the development he needs to internally begin to psychologically deal with his addiction. Work is an immediate result of positive outcomes and is an individual measure of self-growth and confidence towards remaining in and overcoming the barriers of this disease.

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At Recovery House we seek to restore your relationship with God, your family, and your friends. Recovery is a journey and no one should have to do it alone. Take the first step, give us a call or fill out the form below. We are 100% confidential and support individualized care.