Statement of Purpose
The Safe House is a temporary residence for those coming out of active addiction. It provides immediate safety and assistance in getting ready for the Restoration House program.
Men will participate in daily Bible study and devotions, work activities, group meals and fellowship with other men in similar circumstances. Weekly counseling by trained spiritual counselors is also provided.
Located on several acres of remote farm land in Ashe County North Carolina, the Safe House serves a maximum of 16 men with an additional “house man” who supervises the program.
The minimum stay at the Safe House is 30 days, but most men stay here for 45 – 90 days before moving into the Restoration House.
Restoration House – Serves six to eight men for a 40-day intensive recovery program. After spending at least 30 days at the Safe House, men transition to the Restoration House and are involved in Biblical studies, working through five specially designed workbooks which help men “go deep” to search and deal with underlying conditions preventing them from true freedom in Christ.
Discipleship Living Center (DLC) is a residential center for those who have completed the Restoration House. It provides accountability within a structured residential setting. Residents are required to find employment in the Boone area.
Serving an average of seven men at each location, DLC is located near Boone for convenience in obtaining employment. The average length of stay is six to eight months.
During their stay, men have daily devotions, attend a local church as a group, have three Bible studies weekly, and are involved in independent Bible study. Weekly individual and financial counseling is also required.