About Miracle House Foundation
Built on a foundation of structure, amazing staff and a phenomenal community, the Miracle House Foundation is a far cry from typical sober living. From the moment you step foot in Miracle House Foundation, you’ll instantly become part of an incredibly strong community of sober men and their families, that has been cultivated over years. Our houses are staffed by managers and directors with extensive experience in the field of recovery, all of whom share an enthusiasm and vision to make quality help accessible to all. Together, we are committed to playing our part in serving the need for effective addiction recovery options.
Our house members are accountable to themselves, their fellow house members, and the entire sober community.
Miracle House boasts a strong community of alumni returning to help current house members.
We help our men with the skills necessary to be successful and independent in their lives, including finding employment, managing finances, and balancing recovery with other responsibilities.
Not A Typical Sober Living
We are definitely more than the average sober living. Our comprehensive structure, developed over the course of decades of recovery experience, is what makes us unique. We are outliers not only in our approach, but in our numbers. Miracle House Foundation has been able to create a sober living with a higher quality of staff, structure, life skills, and treatment support than typically found, and made it available at a highly affordable price point for families and men in need. That’s what makes us so special—community. We believe that sober living is only the start. By the time our residents graduate and move out independently, they have been equipped with a whole host of skills, and a powerful community. Miracle House Foundation becomes a place to give back to and a place to call home.
Whether it is through sponsorship, career connections, or regular alumni events, the continued participation of graduates is integral to our success. From day one, our residents are encouraged to form strong, positive relationships with one another, often lasting for years to come. The structure, built to emphasize and habituate the principles which we believe to be paramount to long-term recovery; things like honesty, tolerance, patience, accountability and selflessness—are upheld by the residents amongst themselves. Peer accountability is the cornerstone of everything we do, and our alumni carry this into their lives far beyond graduation. Miracle House Foundation staff strive to foster mentorship roles between residents in various stages of our program, creating an environment that truly deviates from the “us versus them” hierarchy of traditional treatment. Gradually increasing responsibilities in the house as well as in the lives of others has proven to bolster self-confidence and drive which our residents exemplify in their careers, schooling, family lives and personal recovery. We believe that recovery is the responsibility of the individual, we are simply here to empower.
Men Succeeding Together
Amongst the many tendencies displayed by those suffering from addiction, isolation remains one of the most common. Despite the social circumstances of years past, many of the men who arrive at Miracle House Foundation have gradually dismantled all healthy relationships in their lives as a result of negative behaviors. The solitude that ensues begets depression, which drives the need to use; the cycle continues.
This is why Miracle House Foundation has geared itself towards men specifically. We believe that this helps to facilitate a true sense of camaraderie that is integral for success. Our house members encourage one another to strive for greatness during their stay here and often long beyond the time they leave our program. They come to rely upon each other and ultimately rediscover the value of true friendship. The power of strong community is not a theory, it’s been proven for years. Watching alumni attend each other’s weddings or pursue joint business ventures, we can say for sure that the strength of these bonds is truly the fabric of long-term recovery success.