Addiction and Recovery

At Open Door Mission, we support individuals trying to turn their lives around through a residential phased addiction program. Addiction recovery requires healthy relationships and at ODM, we learn to build connections with a network of support that helps life-long recovery take place.
 
Recovery from alcohol and drug abuse is possible.
 

Frequently Asked QuestionS 

 

1. How long is the program?
Between nine and twelve months

2. Can I have a job while in the program?
We want our students to stay focused primarily on their recovery. Students transitioning through graduation will be helped with job skills, resume building, interview practice and job coaching. 

3. Can I have visitors?
Students that reach phase 2 (4-6 months)  in our program are welcome to have family and friends that are supportive of their recovery visit them at the caring center. Students are encouraged to write letters and can call family after the first phase of the program along with their case managers/Genesis Counselors.

4. Do I have to be a Christian? 
Addiction recovery is open to anyone who is willing and able to work our program, and will receive a large amount of Christian education, without obligation, and requires an open and willing attitude to succeed. 

5. Is there a detox onsite? 
We refer to and partner with many other recovery agencies, including detox, but are unable to provide those services at our location.

6. How do I enroll?                                                                                                      

Please contact Shayne Priddy at (585) 454-6696 Ext. 1271 

PLEASE BE ADVISED, that acceptance into the program is managed on a case-by-case basis and each case is reviewed by the Senior Program Manager and Program Coordinator. 
 

HOLISTIC HEALINg

We believe that addiction affects 5 areas of a person’s life 

We take a progressive approach and address the spiritual, physical, mental, emotional , and social goals of our residents to give them the best chance for a succesful recovery.

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