About Bethany Hall

The Gift of Recovery

We consider Bethany Hall to be a gift to those
who come here to begin their recovery from
addiction to alcohol and/or drugs. It is a gift
that can allow you to create a foundation for
building a new life. Bethany Hall utilizes a
therapeutic community approach. By living in
the TC, all dimensions of an individual’s life
are observed: how you work, relate to peers
and staff, maintain your room, personal
hygiene, and participate in groups and
community meetings. These are the everyday
behaviors and attitudes that provide the
steady input of behaviors to be addressed
and modified. Individuals change their attitudes,
values, and conduct through continuous
interaction within the community with others.

The daily schedule is your job while you are here. In the same way that an employer would have to consider whether an employee who fails to do her job should continue working, the staff will consider whether residents who neglect the daily schedule are serious about doing the job of recovery.

Do not expect all your therapeutic work to be complete when you graduate. Addiction has masked many problems in your life. Bethany Hall provides you the change to get stable, to get honest about your history and emotion, to learn that feeling can be safe, to learn about trust, to understand your behavior and feelings, to begin working on your issues, to gain insight, live according to values, and get a firm foundation in AA/NA. You will need to continue therapy when you leave Bethany Hall to continue addressing interpersonal and family relationships, the impact of abuse in your life, sexuality, issues of independent living, and other themes that relate to your addiction.

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