Recovery is simple, but not easy and absolutely worth it!

The Support

The Support

  • 24/7 Staff Members
  • Individual Certified Peer Recovery Coaching
  • Peer Support Groups
  • Life Skills Education
  • Multiple Pathways to Recovery
  • Advocacy With MDHHS, CPS, CMH, Family and Enivornment
  • Focus on self-care, sleep, nutrition, fitness, and creativity
  • Recovery Oriented Sober Events
Level IV Recovery Residence

Level IV Recovery Residence

Sisters Of Sobriety is a Level III Recovery Residence with 13 to 15 residents.

We offer a high level of structure & support, with the goal of eventually transitioning residents to independent living. Services provided in Level III residences typically focus on life-skills development and self-reliance within a recovery community. Level IV residences provide an educational environment for resident support and stability.

The Advantages

The Advantages

  • Relapse Prevention
  • Early Intervention
  • Peer Support Groups
  • A Comfortable, Home-Like Setting
  • After-Care Planning
  • Recovery Oriented Events
  • MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment)
  • Long Term Recovery
  • The Disease Concept, THIQ, Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome

If you think you have a problem with drugs or alcohol,
visit for help.

SAMHSA has established a working definition of recovery that defines recovery as a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live self-directed lives, and strive to reach their full potential. Recovery is built on access to evidence-based clinical treatment and recovery support services for all populations.

SAMHSA has delineated four major dimensions that support a life in recovery:

  • Health—overcoming or managing one’s disease(s) or symptoms—for example, abstaining from use of alcohol, illicit drugs, and non-prescribed medications if one has an addiction problem—and, for everyone in recovery, making informed, healthy choices that support physical and emotional well-being
  • Home—having a stable and safe place to live
  • Purpose—conducting meaningful daily activities, such as a job, school volunteerism, family caretaking, or creative endeavors, and the independence, income, and resources to participate in society
  • Community—having relationships and social networks that provide support, friendship, love, and hope

Hope, the belief that these challenges and conditions can be overcome, is the foundation of recovery. A person’s recovery is built on his or her strengths, talents, coping abilities, resources, and inherent values. It is holistic, addresses the whole person and their community, and is supported by peers, friends, and family members.

On Relapse:

“Recovery from addiction doesn’t always go as planned. The path to sobriety comes with challenges, and many recovery journeys include a period of relapse into alcohol or drug use. Relapse is a normal but dangerous phase of recovery. This is why it is best to have a solid relapse prevention plan. With hard work and a positive attitude, it can be avoided. It can also be overcome if it occurs.”

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625 N. State St
Big Rapids, MI 49307
Mecosta County

Call or Text: (231) 250-9193
Fax: (989) 967-8884


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