The life recovery program has been developed to help individuals achieve success based on their behaviors and attitudes. This method helps the person to understand that the choices they make directly affect the benefits and rewards they receive in life. Those who are not interested in moving forward with healthy and positive choices will not reap the benefits and privileges that accompany those positive choices.
Orientation Phase (Three weeks)
Residents attend classes that emphasize recognizing and changing destructive thoughts and beliefs, understanding the basic needs they were attempting to fulfill through chemical use, and learning practical tools that equip them to change their lives.
Level Two: Recovery Phase (sixteen weeks)
Residents participate in the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual work that it takes to heal the wounds of past failures, broken relationships, spiritual deceptions, and issues with their own identity that are often the root of chemical addiction.
Level Three: Application Phase (twelve weeks)
Residents learn more about Gods design and how to apply it to their future free from the oppression of old wounds, creating a solid foundation for the future.
Level Four: Transition Phase (twelve weeks)
Residents begin taking practical steps towards putting what they have learned into action through effective management of their time and resources and by learning how to become leaders who give back to their families and communities.
Our connections program is about staying connected after graduation. It’s about easy access to someone you know and trust to talk to when life throws those curve balls and takes you off guard. It’s important to know there is always someone you can talk to if you need help or if you need prayer or just want to chat. After graduation our doors are always open. We encourage our graduates to call regularly and visit any time.
Our new Alaska Dream Center Facebook graduates page makes it easy for quick access to stay connected.
Our Twitter Page will keep our friends and partners in the know on the newest AKDC updates.
Phase II Program
The second year Phase II program is tailored to fit each individuals needs. Some graduates who have no income or vehicle may receive help through our vocational training facility. Participants in the Phase II program have the privileged opportunity to explore job fields such as mechanics, welding, woodworking, arts and crafts just to name a few. While learning mechanics participants can gain sweat equity in a donated vehicle, enabling them to find a job. Participants in Phase II will also have the opportunity to complete their GED and receive career development assistance. We encourage students to develop entrepreneurial skills through one of our in house business employment opportunities. Involvement in the Phase II program gives continued accountability through required daily meetings and Phase II curriculums.
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