Blue Vase Recovery Center Mission Statement
Share experience, strength and hope with addicts to help them achieve sobriety.
Treating an addict is difficult for a number of reasons. First the addict is hesitant to change. Change is scary. Change involves admitting that there is a problem and that help is needed! Therefore, the approach to recovery is paramount. The recovery process must involve a number of approaches and strategies to meet the needs of the individual.
In-Patient Recovery Program Consists Of:
Residential Recovery Program: 6 months of extensive In-patient therapy. This is where our student’s learn the tools necessary to battle this disease. The tools that they will put to use when they are ready to re-enter the world in a new way.
Put one foot in front of the other…. Eventually as clients phase up they are introduced to the options of seeing their family and going to work again.
Out-Patient Recovery Program Consists Of:
On occasion we allow an Out-Patient program. This is mainly for those who are still maintaining a good job and their job is allowing them to get help in this way. If this is the only way you can get help, we believe that any help is better than no help. We would however prefer to see patients do the 6 month In-patient therapy as you will get the most out of your time when you are able to focus on recovery with no distractions.
Transitional living is at the same location as the Blue Vase Recovery Center office. You do have the option to move into transitional housing on premises if you graduate the program and receive your “COIN”. The coin is not given to everyone, this is a high achievement and takes hard work to accomplish. Transitional housing is a great place to start to regain your footing in the real world, start working again, yet stay close to the program so that you have a better chance at long term sobriety.
Blue Vase does a lot for its community. Our Students are required to participate in all of the community service activities that we do.
Blue Vase Recovery Center has a different approach to recovery. There is a lot of class time but also a lot of outdoors and activities. We feel it’s important to teach our addicts how to have fun again without the use of drugs or alcohol. This can be a hard accomplishment at first but it is worth it in the end and very necessary to learn for long term sobriety in life.