Safe Harbor House
PO Box 124 
Springfield, OH 45501

937-717-5908

info@safeharborhouse.org

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PHASES

of HEALING

Healing is a group effort.
Orientation Phase

Healing Begins

  • Obtains support from all staff, phase coach and a big sister in the program

  • Obtains identification: State ID, SS card, birth certificate, and SNAP cards

  • Obtains medical and dental checkups

  • Obtains a psychological assessment

  • Begins counseling and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment

  • Attends 6-7 recovery meetings each week

  • Attends faith-based classes daily

  • Meets regularly with a phase coach to set goals, master a set of psycho-emotional tools and work on character and spiritual development

  • Completes a health and nutritional analysis and begins an exercise routine

  • Completes 10 hours of community service

  • Complete chores and meal preparation assignments

Phase One
​​Overcoming Trauma

  • Continues to meet and set goals and maintain commitment to all orientation phase responsibilities

  • Obtains support from staff, phase coach, therapists, case worker, mentor and sponsor

  • Begins and may complete trauma therapy with counselor

  • Continues to attend recovery meetings and faith-based classes daily

  • Continues to attend out-patient drug and alcohol treatment as assigned by case manager

  • Completes a 6-week training course on managing finances and meets one-on-one with a financial counselor to set up and maintain a responsible financial plan

  • Enrolls in and attends a 6-week smoking cessation class

  • Completes employment training at Jobs & More

  • Meets regularly with a phase coach to set goals, master a set of psycho-emotional tools and work on character and spiritual development

  • Takes responsibility of creating a weekly schedule and setting all appointments

  • Completes 20 hours of community service (30 cumulative)

  • Creates a resume and begins a job search

Phase Two
Employment and Education​

  • Continues to meet and set goals and maintain commitment to all Orientation and Phase 1 responsibilities

  • Obtains employment of 20-25 hours/week

  • Establishes a budget and begins to work her financial plan to reduce debt, pay program fees, and save for reliable transportation and safe housing in the future

  • Establishes checking and savings accounts

  • Applies for housing at the Step-Up House (a campus home that is staffed only at night)

  • Continues and may complete trauma therapy with counselor

  • Continues to attend recovery meetings and faith-based classes on days she is not working

  • Continues to attend out-patient drug and alcohol treatment as assigned by case manager or has graduated from the treatment program

  • Manages schedule and transportation needs

  • Competes 15 hours of community service (45 cumulative)

  • Becomes a big sister to a woman in Orientation Phase

Phase Three
Transition
  • Continues to meet and set goals and maintain commitment to all Orientation, cPhase One and Phase Two responsibilities

  • Establishes an after-program strategy to establish healthy boundaries and a sober-living community options

  • Completes a transition plan including a timeline, housing, transportation, and support

  • Completes 15 hours of community service (60 cumulative)