Offerings

Supporting You on Your Sober Journey

Yoga/Guided Meditation

Mindfulness and self-awareness are important aspects of treatment with the 12-Step program. This can be achieved through the practice of meditation and yoga. 12-Step treatment grounds individuals in sobriety and inspires them to live in the present through the practice of mindful meditation. The Rose House is dedicated to supporting that practice by providing authentic instructors and a calm space solely devoted to meditative practice and mindfulness development.

NARCAN®️ Training

NARCAN is used for the treatment of opioid emergencies or when it’s believed that an opioid overdose has occurred–indicated by signs of breathing problems and severe sleepiness or unresponsiveness. It is used to temporarily reverse the effects of opioid overdose and it is vital to know how to administer in an opioid emergency.

Vocational Training, Employment Attainment and Resume Building

Residency at The Rose House requires either full-time employment, full-time schooling, or for residents to be actively seeking a job. We believe, as research has established, that maintaining employment greatly aids the overall outcomes and retention of treatment for individuals recovering from substance abuse. Vocational training and employment are important factors in the recovery process of individuals with alcohol and drug addictions. We believe that this requirement is a valuable aid to the recovery process because it promotes discovery of purpose through meaningful work.

Gardening/Horticultural Therapy

Horticultural therapy is a time-proven practice, dating back to ancient times. Today, horticultural therapy is accepted as a beneficial and effective therapeutic modality helping individuals in the healing process. Through interaction with our garden, residents can enhance their well-being through active and passive involvement in plants and plant-related activities. Being in nature improves not only state of mind, but blood pressure, heart rate, stress hormone levels, and can potentially lead to a longer life. Plus, it’s a wonderful way to bond with fellow residents and have some fun.

On-Site AA Meetings

The Rose House hosts AA meetings and requires our residents to attend a minimum of five sobriety meetings a week, with new residents attending 30 meetings in 30 days if less than 30 days sober. We are devoted to the recovery journeys of each of the residents.