Length of Stay

Worshiping our way out of addiction is a process.  We must first cultivate intimacy with Christ and learn to practice it in our daily lives.  Over time we develop new spiritual disciplines and ways of responding to life.  We learn to be honest, to confess sin and to walk out repentance in community. Through wise biblical counsel and discipling relationships, we are able to flesh out the operating mechanisms of the heart.  

Completing our three month heart-focused curriculum provides a solid foundation in the gospel.  However, some people may need to spend more time in the safety of our discipleship community as they reengage with work and life.   For them we offer a phase two component where they can spend up to a year or more living in gospel-saturated community.  

Phase One - Minimum 3 months

  • Heart-focused, Christ-centered curriculum

  • Daily devotionals, teaching, groups, chores and activities

  • Church attendance

  • Do not work

Phase Two - Minimum 6 months

  • Work full time

  • Weekly recovery meeting at Phase One house

  • Weekly check-in group

  • Church attendance & participation

  • Church small group

  • Daily devotionals

Redemption House is a private pay model. Program fees are paid on a monthly basis.  We do not accept any insurance or government funding.  Although we are a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization, program fees are not tax deductible. If funding is a challenge, financial aid may be available. Please call to discuss funding and payment arrangements.

Redemption House is a sober living model and not a replacement for medical treatment or detoxification.


Resident applications are screened by program staff to determine if they are appropriate.  All information remains confidential. Men admitted to the program while under the care of a medical or psychological professional may continue that treatment when appropriate. If required, medical care is available through a network of qualified community providers.  Applicants not qualified for Redemption House are provided with a list of alternatives and assisted with placement.

Residents must be:

  • 18 years of age or older

  • Seeking recovery from addiction

  • Open to belief in Christ

  • Sober and drug free upon admission

  • Psychologically and medically stable

  • Willing and motivated to participate