Centered around the 12-step philosophy, the Liberty House approach to recovery is based on a highly refined system that teaches addicts and alcoholics how to apply the principles of a 12-step program into their daily lives. Review Full Plan.
Initiated by either residents or staff this interaction between a resident and a member of the staff focuses on issues and problems confronting the resident and the detrimental impact the resident’s behavior, attitudes and decisions may have on his recovery from alcohol and or drug addiction. The staff member shares his experience, strength and hope and provides feedback to the resident as a means of demonstrating to the resident how their conduct acts as a barrier to their recovery and that change is possible. Solutions and plans to bring about that essential change in the resident’s lifestyle are recommended and implemented.
While we highly recommend and encourage longer term stays, as that is were the greatest chance of lasting sobriety occurs, we also offer a condensed version of the program in a 30, 60, and 90 day format for those that are unable to stay longer.
Our graduate program, usually taking up to 12 months to complete, offers the greatest success rates for those seeking long-term sobriety. By the time an individual graduates from our program they know who they are and how the disease of addiction or alcoholism manifests itself in their lives.
Sometimes family members and others close to the alcoholic/addict unwittingly enable them to engage in old behaviors which will lead to relapse. In addition, the addict/alcoholic causes damage and often strains or destroys relationships with those closest to them as a result of their behavior. We feel that the restoration of the family is a very important process. As a result, we offer the following services to families:
Professional Licensed Therapy Services: Provided at extra cost, these referrals provide family members and residents experiencing particularly difficult emotional situations to receive one-on-one counseling that include rules and parameters of the house structure and program.
Nearly every weekend, guys at the house take a trip together. So much of staying sober is about removing oneself from enablers, fellow addicts, and toxic situations. These trips and adventures create bonding experiences between friends who will serve as a support system for a lifetime.
In 12 months I was a new man, with a job, responsibilities, healthy relationships and a new way of life. Liberty House saved my life, I will be forever grateful for what they gave me.
Meet the team of sobriety specialists that have helped thousands of people stay sober long term.
Larry Luttrell achieved sobriety in 1988 in a structured recovery home based on the principles of the 12-steps. After becoming manager of the house in 1990, Luttrell has worked to encourage, promote and inspire the residents to grow and change; to face reality and overcome addiction. Since then, Larry has gone on to build three other sober living homes across the country