Stairway Recovery Homes

About Us

ABOUT STAIRWAY RECOVERY HOMES

We always describe the recovery process as a journey. Overcoming and beating an addiction is a process and needs to be taken in steps. Our unique recovery residence conveys a very powerful message of love, support, and family, offering a 12-Step experience that can fit most budgetary needs.

Stairway Recovery Homes are 12-Step based, sober living homes that are affordable, gender specific and structured in a way to benefit each individual resident. We assist them to make the most of their new lives in recovery.

Our program puts a lot of emphasis on accomplishments like building up a solid recovery foundation on which to stand, acquiring gainful employment and achieving higher education. We are dedicated and work hard to get our clients active in their chosen 12-Step communities. Achievements in recovery and life need to be earned and not automatically given.

Our residential staff and management take a very hands-on approach to recovery, driving clients to all important appointments and meetings. We also make a point to stay on top of industry trends, incorporating a blend of cutting-edge and time tested techniques.

We believe in a family style sober living setting. What that means is, we’re creating a home and a community within each location. Trust and love are essential components in this process.

Our owner and founder, Mr. Michael Lynch, was inspired to get into the recovery field when his best friend died of a heroin overdose. After being given this precious gift of recovery nine years ago, Michael knew that he needed to do what he could to help.

At Stairway Recovery Homes we feel like many people in the industry are missing the point. Sober living homes and recovery organizations are supposed to be helping the client recover. Not perpetuate the cycle of coming in and out of detox after detox because it is profitable to the owners.

Our Recovery Structure

All residents are to earn their way through the Phases by a continued display of productive behaviors.

Phase I / First 30 Days

  • Strict curfew
  • Minimum of five 12-step meeting per week
  • Transportation to and from important appointments
  • Sponsor is to be acquired
  • Home Group in a 12-step community
  • Sobriety Counseling
  • Meditation
  • Health and Fitness
  • Daily Chores
  • Must submit to, and pass regular drug and or alcohol screening

Phase II / 30 -90 Days

  • Job Coaching and Resume Building
  • Higher Education Coaching and Career Planning
  • Health and Fitness
  • Overnight passes allowed on a case by case basis
  • Life Skills Development
  • Must be attending school, have gainful employment or volunteer
  • Minimum of five 12-step meeting  per week
  • Must submit to, and pass regular drug and or alcohol screening

Phase III  / 3 to 6 Months

  • Mentoring of new residents
  • Volunteer and charitable work in the community
  • Weekend Passes
  • Budgeting Finances and Accountability
  • Minimum of three 12-step meeting per week
  • Must submit to, and pass regular drug and or alcohol screening

RESIDENTS IN ALL THREE PHASES COME TOGETHER ONCE A WEEK IN A COMMUNITY GROUP