Substance Use Disorder (SUD) is a crisis in America today. More than 21 million Americans are suffering from substance use disorder. In the U.S., There is an addiction-related death every 4 minutes. To combat this, we have developed a community to help our members create a life blueprint. We call it an Elevation Plan.
Elevate Recovery Homes provides a safe, supportive, and progressive approach to recovery. We believe there are many paths to the ultimate goal of lasting sobriety. Built around our community’s four pillars: STRUCTURE, ACCOUNTABILITY, SUPPORT, and ACTION, your Elevation Plan will lay the blueprint to help guide you in finding the perfect mix of intention and fulfillment for your life in recovery. Your Elevation Plan will be individualized, created alongside experts to map out your journey.EVALUATION PLAN
“If you don’t know where you are going, any road will take you there.”
At Elevate, our philosophy is built on four essential principles for successful long-term recovery: STRUCTURE, ACCOUNTABILITY, SUPPORT, & ACTION.
Active participation is mandatory in our community. We know everybody’s journey to recovery is different. There is no one size fits approach to recovery. What works for one member may not work for another. Therefore, we take an ‘all methods’ path to sobriety, allowing our members to find what works best for their recovery. We have found that this methodology is best suited for increasing the likelihood of success.
Having a community of peers who hold us accountable for our behavior proves extremely helpful in recovery. Community as a method is a practice we utilize to create accountability. Accountability can help us to stay on track and keep our focus on the things that matter most. For an individual in recovery, what is truly important is an addiction-free life. Honesty and accountability play a vital role in this process.
Beginning a journey of recovery after receiving treatment for substance use disorder isn’t always easy. There will be times when you may feel like giving up, when thoughts of drinking or using are powerful, or when you might feel like a failure. Therefore, it is essential to have a structured system and routine to keep you on the right track. Taking healthy and intentional steps to develop a sober lifestyle will ensure that you have the support you need.
A support system is a network of people who provide an individual with practical, emotional, and spiritual encouragement that they can rely on to stay clean and sober. Your support system or community may be composed of people from your Recovery Group, family, close friends, or a combination thereof. It’s important to know that while you can and should do a great deal on your own, a support system can make early recovery much more manageable. After treatment, people who spend time living with other sober people are more likely to maintain their sobriety and build a robust recovery program.
WHAT WE DO
Elevate Recovery Homes provides comprehensive post-treatment care to men who suffer from substance use disorder. Our philosophy is to provide daily structure, personal accountability, community support, and a plan of action. Our Recovery Homes are staffed with a dedicated House Manager, a Certified Addiction Counselor (CACIII), and Peer Recovery Coach.
- Beautiful and Spacious Recovery Homes
- 24/7 Live-in House Managers
- Zero-Tolerance Policy
- Nightly Curfew
- Group Meetings at the Recovery Home
- Guided Fellowship Program Assistance
- Weekly Random Urinalysis and Breathalyzer Testing
- Individual, Group, and Family Counseling
- Sober/Recovery Coaching
- Family Dinners and House Meetings
- Job Placement Assistance
- Life Skills Workshops
- Certified Nutritionist on staff
- Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach on staff
- Access to Community Resources
- Gym memberships available
MEET THE TEAM
Elevate recovery’s team of professionals understands that drug and alcohol addiction is a multi-faceted, personal disease that requires individualized care to be treated effectively. Our staff helps guide members through an innovative approach to overcoming drug and alcohol addiction using various strategies geared at promoting growth and sustainable change in every area of the lives of our members.
Letter from Robby Mitchell
Dear Future Elevate Recovery Member,
If you are reading this letter, it means you are contemplating changing the direction of your life, or you have already made the decision to change. We all encounter defining moments in our lives, and now as you face one of the most life-changing decisions, I want to commend you for taking an interest in your recovery!
I, too, have faced a crossroads and had to decide to continue down the path of addiction, or create a better life for myself, one worth living. The path of recovery came with its own set of challenges, but standing on the other side of long-term recovery, I can look back and appreciate the obstacles I faced along the way.
I learned new ways to celebrate success, care for myself, and cope with challenges without drugs. This new thought process allows me to be my genuine self, connect with those around me on a deeper level, and give back to the community that has supported me in my time of need.
At Elevate Recovery Homes, we have built a community that instills structure, accountability, support, and action. These core principles will significantly help you on your path to long-term recovery, as they did for me, and we’re ready to support you every step of the way.
Join us and live intentionally at Elevate Recovery Homes.
Love, Robby Mitchell
Director of Outreach / Housing Director
Robby's recovery journey began long before he was sober. Back when he still believed he was a broken man. But through the grace of God, the blessing and trial that prison was, the accountability of his peers, the loving guidance of multiple treatment professionals, he has come into this recovery journey as a uniquely whole man. His WHY in life is to help guide others trying to navigate their way to freedom. By providing loving care, accountability, and an immediate call to action, he walks alongside members in their recovery journey.