PREMISE: Springs of Life (SOL) treatment is based upon the premise that there is a Creator. As such, there is a Divine order to life. When individuals live contrary to that order, they suffer negative outcomes; when they live within that order, they enjoy positive ones.
AIM: The goal of SOL is for SOL participants to shed negative outcomes and enjoy positive outcomes by living according to the Creator’s divinely ordered way(s).
We look to lead men who have been captured by addiction or other life-controlling issues to freedom through a Christ-centered discipleship program.
Residents will gain understanding and stability as they apply each set of tools taught in our three phases. Our small group settings and daily activities will help them process and discover important recovery skills that transcend into practical, healthy living habits. Classes will consist of small groups on, Mon-Thursday from 9AM-11:30AM, Theological study course from 2 PM-5 and evening small groups from 7 PM-8:30.
The first phase of the program is referred to as the engagement process. Phase One is a progressive phase that will last no less than 90 days. During the engagement period, residents will focus on character qualities, Christian relationships, biblical principles, and stewardship positions that translate to practical recovery skills. Residents will also receive at least one hour of Clinical Christian Counseling on Friday.
Once the resident has completed the engagement process, he will enter Phase Two of the nine month program. Phase two focuses on servant leadership and cultivating and maintaining healthy relationships.
Phase Three of the program is designed to help reintegrate the resident into society as a functional member. Residents are to establish aftercare goals, and build upon the foundation they have obtained during the first six months.
Weekly drug screenings will be administered during all phases of the program.
Creative writing classes are available on weekends.
The University of Tennessee provides wellness classes on site that include healthy menu planning and the development of culinary skills.
Trade skills are taught through our community development program during weekdays.
Attention Kentucky residents, we now accept UNITE vouchers.