Recovery and Hope...
Recovery Inn is home to 36 women. We offer a comprehensive and unique sober living program that is distinctive in North Dallas and Plano. Along with providing beautiful housing, our programs equip our residents with the appropriate tools for living a productive, joyful and sober life.
Recovery is our primary purpose with focus on body, mind and spirit. Recovery Inn homes provide the best possible environment where women can be equipped for success in life. Residents have a clean, safe and nicely accommodated home in which to build a foundation for life. Recovery Inn is a 12 step immersion program that helps residents implement necessary life skills, exposes them to a peer-supported community, family-style living, spirituality and an environment that promotes recovery.
Residents primarily hail from Texas, however many have come to stay with us from states across the country. Some residents transition from residential treatment centers or detox facilities, while others come directly from home.
Recovery Inn is designed to help women over the age of 18 with a minimum of 7 days sobriety. Requirements for residency include maintaining a sponsor, working a 12 Step program, employment, developing a spiritual program, household chores and being an active house member.
We understand how challenging life can be for the family and loved ones of addicts or alcoholics. We've trudged this road with over 500 families and aren't stopping here. We want to help! The disease process affects everyone involved and it's not an easy journey. You are not alone. There is hope!
There are many pathways that lead to recovery and Recovery Inn is proud to be one of those pathways!
"I came to Recovery Inn after being in a six month treatment program for alcoholism and heroin addiction. I chose Recovery Inn because I needed a safe place to learn to live sober in the real world. It is not just a house but a home where I am held accountable for all my actions and encouraged to do the right thing. I would strongly suggest it to anyone who cannot stay sober on their own because the house, and especially the women, have helped me to be a sober woman. I never knew that was possible."