A Free Long-Term Addiction Recovery Program for Women
The Women's Addiction & Recovery Restoration Program is a goal driven, long-term, residential discipleship and recovery program offering hope and freedom to each woman seeking recovery from life-destroying addictions.
This Christian grace based program focuses on identifying and working through underlying issues that drive compulsive addictive behavior.
The Genesis Process is for anyone bound by addictions who genuinely wants to change, and be free. Each enrollee goes through the following steps:
Assessment - You and your counselor will assess your physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and relational stability by determining how much support you have.
False Beliefs - You will begin to discover and challenge the false beliefs that have supported your destructive behavior.
Identity - You will discover areas of false identify that are based on false gods or idols, such as alcohol and drugs, food, sex, money, beauty and work.
Life-Management Skills - You will learn to have more insight into the addictive brain and to gain life-management skills for coping with emotions.
Life History - You will gain a deeper understanding of traumatic events and habitual behaviors that have affected your life.
Support Teams - Your challenge will be to develop a healthy support team.
Dead Ends - You will learn how your thoughts, feelings and behaviors have contributed to your relapse. New knowledge leads to new choices and behaviors.
Déjà vu - You will look at old behaviors to plan new healthy ways of responding.
Accountability - You will create a personal support and accountability team for your balanced recovery plan.
Exodus - You learn to accept your new life style and release of the guilt and shame associated with the old addictive/compulsive behaviors.
The Recovery Process integrates Biblical precepts for personal change, proven relapse prevention techniques, and other techniques so we can answer the question "Why do we do the very thing we don't want to do"? (Romans 7: 15-23).
Limited to those actively seeking help...
Ministering to 12 women at a time, this long-term program lasting 18 to 24 months, places a heavy emphasis on building healthy and supportive relationships, personal responsibility and accountability.
Other services provided include:
- Relapse prevention
- Individual and group counseling
- Accountability meetings
- Life skills classes such as:
- and Conflict Resolution
- Christian Discipleship training
- Medical, dental and legal assistance
- Career development
- Academic training and G.E.D. preparation
- Community volunteer opportunities
- Employment assistance
- Work related therapy
- Affordable housing placement referrals
A Faith-based, Spiritually Oriented Christian Discipleship Program
The Gospel Rescue Mission of Tucson administers this program as a faith-based, spiritually oriented discipleship program.
The heart of this program focuses on establishing and maintaining right relationships with God and man, and the Bible is our primary study book.
Our staff members, from counselors to cooks, role model and teach the relational skills that change a woman from being perceived as a "burden" to being an honorable citizen involved in the civic and social life of the community.
Goals of the Addiction Recovery Program...
The goal of this program is to equip and prepare woman to care for themselves and her family in a wise, moral, responsible and lawful lifestyle.
There are no fees. This no cost program is provided by the generous contributions that our partners share. Gifts given by people just like you.
Candidates are accepted on the basis of bed-availability, need and willingness to commit to the hard work of recovery, without regard to age, education, ethnicity or religion, with the single exception being that we cannot take Level II or III sex offenders
The facility is wheel chair accessible. Only two requirements affect women with illness, injury or disability: they must be able to take care of their own basic daily needs (dress, shower, get around), and their medications must not reduce their mental alertness.
To graduate, students will have met the class requirements for each of the studies in the Women's Addiction & Recovery Restoration Program and have received the Certificate of Completion for each study; an instructor's Letter of Exemption for a study is also acceptable.
Without all certificates, or a combination of certificates and letters, a Certificate of Graduation will not be granted. Final evaluation of readiness to graduate will be made on the basis of each student's Individual Life Plan.