Upper Room Recovery Communities
Addiction recovery support in South Bend.
Upper Room Recovery Communities is a temporary supportive home for people who are in recovery from addiction. Our program connects holistically with other recovery programs as well as the local spiritual community and judicial system to provide a safe, encouraging, and welcoming environment to continue your recovery.
The novel coronavirus and the disease it causes (COVID-19) are a risk to everyone, especially people in at-risk groups such as the eldery and people with chronic medical conditions, but there are things you can do to protect yourself. Stay at home for all but essential trips, maintain a social distance of at least 6 feet, and wash your hands often for at least 20 seconds each time.
We take the safety of our residents very seriously. We are regularly checking for symptoms, and working with local health authorities to form a quarantine and shelter-in-place plan in the event any of our residents start to show symptoms.
Thank you for your support in this difficult time, and please take care of yourselves and each other. We’ll get through this together.
Adjusting to life in sobriety is hard. It is even harder when the only place you have is the place that enabled your addiction, or when you have no place to go at all. Recovery takes root in places of safety and community. In a home that supports your sobriety.
When you need it most, the Upper Room is home.
In order to succeed in our program, you’ll need to adhere to the following requirements:
- Meet regularly with case manager to work on progress and goals
- Be available for daily service work within the church
- Attend house meetings
- Attend AA or NA meetings
- Obtain (and use) a 12-step fellowship sponsor
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Recovery Is The Work Of A Village
No one gets better alone, it takes friends, family, sponsors, networks, organizations and even strangers. Our work is the same. We would not be able to do what we do and help who we help without the support of our community. If the words of recovery are written on your heart, please join us.
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Upper Room Recovery Community is a proud partner with the United Way of St. Joseph County.