To Whom It May Concern,
The Doorway to Recovery Program and Services is pleased to announce our new and improved sober living program. “The New Doorway to Recovery” features new homes, new administrative procedures, and most importantly our new Life Recovery Program, designed to help men and women in and out of our sober living homes achieve continued sobriety. This letter is to keep you, the in-patient substance abuse treatment providers, in the loop of what we have going on.
The Doorway to Recovery has recently opened a new women’s home in Redford, the Seminole Home, our newest addition to our women’s sober living program. This beautiful 3 bedroom home is a place where up to 5 women are able to call home, located near public transportation, many employment opportunities, two blocks from the Metro-West ALANO club, and many restaurants and shops. Currently our women’s homes are located in Redford and Livonia while our men’s homes are located in Detroit (Old Redford), Livonia, Plymouth, and Westland.
The New Doorway to Recovery’s administrative office features effective case management which monitors and tracks our participant’s progress in our sober living program. With this data, we are then able to report on our participant’s behalf to referring treatment providers, allowing for effective communication and feedback to better serve those in our sober living homes.
The most important aspect of the “New Doorway to Recovery” is our Life Recovery Program, offering several pathways to a full recovery from drugs and/or alcohol. Life Recovery’s new programs include: Back to Basics: an accelerated crash course on the twelve-steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, Life Recovery Bible Study: a comparative group that examines and discusses biblical scripture and its relation to twelve-step recovery, Weekend Retreats: monumental healing weekends for men and women who are looking for spiritual growth through the guidance of others, in a nurturing and loving environment plus many other programs that focus on healing and restoration.
We are grateful to be able to share these new programs with our local recovery community, and the treatment providers who make the process possible. Please do not hesitate to contact our office at any time should you have any questions, comments, or feedback.
Ruben M. Carreri
248-987-2696 – Office
734-237-8171 – Mobile
Ruben.Carreri@thedoorwaytorecovery.org – Email