PHILOSOPHY

True North Recovery is owned and operated by women in recovery  to provide sober housing services to women in early recovery who are actively seeking  resources to build a long term recovery program.

Throughout 2020 we maintained a full house of thriving women, celebrated  12  one year anniversaries.  and only 4  reuses occurred. Over the past 8years, we have helped more than 220 women find long-term recovery.  

 

Because our average resident stay is 9mo to 1yr, new residents benefit from the experience of the women in the house who have already achieved long-term sobriety. As a result of the longer than average stay, our residents are able to create and maintain strong relationships with women. and dramatically increase their chances at long-term recovery. 

Our residents focus on building a 12 step based recovery program, a daily spiritual practice, mindfulness and meditation, balance, self care, relationships/codependency, self- sufficiency, and being useful to others.

106669643_2878016802308113_6328644939299
NL.jpeg

What We Do

Community

Being sober doesn't mean being boring! We host sober events throughout the year including anniversiery parties, Sober Olympics and a day at the lake.

Spiritual Program

Our residents are required to work a 12 step program with a sponsor, attend women's meetings, and learn to be of service to others. We learn how to create relationships that will strengthen us to become the women we are meant to be.

Service Work 

Our house is founded on helping others and being of service to anyone who comes across our path. Building relationships through service work is a pillar element of our curriculum.

Accountability 

Weekly check-ins help keep us on the right path to achieve long term recovery. We check in on our recovery programs and if we are struggling, work together to figure out what’s getting in our way and how to get back on track.

Mission:

To support and empower women in recovery by providing life changing resources, skills and support to help women navigate through the pitfalls and struggles of early recovery from the disease of addiction.