Mark Burchell, Founder and CEO of The Doorway to Recovery and its sober living homes is pleased to announce that our sober living homes currently have openings for men’s sober living in Livonia, Plymouth, and Westland, and for women in our Redford or Livonia homes.
These Sober Living Homes provide a safe place where men and women are able to work a recovery program, where there is peer support, peer pressure, monitoring, drug and alcohol testing, accountability, and most importantly, a place where men or women are able to work a solid recovery program and maintain freedom from drugs and alcohol! Our program works, for those who work it!
The success rate is very high for men and women who are committed to a year or more in sober living. Check out this video, Dr. Michael Fox, on sober living homes and their importance (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iq5cNemstPY). In addition to running two private addiction medicine practices, Dr. Michael Fox is the attending physician at St Mary Mercy Hospital’s Chemical Dependency Unit in Livonia, MI.
The Doorway to Recovery has been in operation since 2002, and has been providing superior sober living, a structured recovery program, and an opportunity for continued growth in recovery since it’s conception and first Sober Living Home, the Cooley House (http://thedoorwaytorecovery.org/cooley-home/).
The New Programs offered at The Doorway to Recovery are able to address issues other than drugs or alcohol. Sometimes it’s a codependency issue; sometimes it is another form of an addiction (gambling, food, etc). Whatever the case, under our Life Recovery Program, our programs allow for healing from many issues. Check out our Life Recovery page: (http://thedoorwaytorecovery.org/life-recovery/)
In the case that an individual is suffering from mental health issues, our staff is able to provide recommendations to local facilities that treat mental health, IF we are unable to address the issue with someone on our staff. Through our network of referrals, Doorway to Recovery is able to work with dually diagnosed substance abuse patients.
If you have questions about The Doorway to Recovery, its programs, or it’s sober living homes, please do not hesitate to contact our Main Office at any time – 248-987-2696. Remember, The Doorway to Recovery is always open to you!