Our program has been designed from the ground up with residents recovery in mind. We believe that our multi-pronged approach allows us to help residents stay sober and restart their lives.
Rogers Home offers a safe, comfortable, clean, and peaceful home to enable participants to focus on their personal journey of recovery. Single and double rooms are available. All utilities are included. Each bedroom and the common area are cable TV and internet ready. Participants are encouraged to personalize their space to gain a sense of commitment and belonging.
Milton Rogers utilizes his 20+ years of personal sobriety experience to coach each individual every week. Up to two hours of private coaching are provided per person to assist with the "inside stuff' that led to addiction. Time is invested to review the direction and the progress of each recovery effort. Building self-esteem is an important goal of the private sessions. In addition, one night each week is devoted to motivational guidance in a group setting.
Rogers Home considers each participant as an individual with unique needs. Case management deals with the "outside stuff', meaning issues that come to the individual as a fact of his own life. Notarized proof of residency letters are provided on request. Letters are offered to the Department of Human Services for food vouchers. Progress reports are presented to parole and probation officers. Participants receive personal support and coaching in family matters.
A history of addiction often means a scrambled work history. Jobs lost, long periods of time without work, and an overall lack of direction are common. Our Director of Life Skills and Milton Rogers formulate a plan of support including a resume review and guidance in a job search. Our vast number of community contacts and business owners enable us to network for a job for those participants that excel in their recovery program.