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We are a residential recovery program for men where they learn about recovery and life from others who have walked their path
The Advocate House is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit recovery residence that has been operating since 2012.
The Mission of the Advocate House is to provide an illicit drug and alcohol free residence for people where they can learn about recovery and life from other people who have walked their path. When a person decides to get off of illicit drugs and become alcohol free, life can be overwhelming. The Advocate House promotes and supports people in getting their GED if needed and full time employment. The Advocate House can assist people in getting any clinical assistance needed. We work a program based on the 12 Steps of the Alcoholics Anonymous’ Big Book. We learn as people in recovery how to enjoy life, have a peace of mind, and become a productive member of society.
The Executive Director is Julia Borders, who does it on a voluntary basis. She has been employed full time since 1985 with the Federal Government. She believes in the work her husband is doing and tries to help him wherever possible.
The Director of Operations is Bobby Borders. Through God’s Grace and the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous he has celebrated continuous sobriety since 2001. He is on-site most days of the week to support the residents. There are also resident advisers that live there full-time to support the residents.
The Board Members include Julia Borders, Matthew Adkins, Helen Wolfe, Tommy Bailey and Deeidra Edmunds.
The mask is the symbol of the broken person in addiction. The Phoenix is the symbol of rebirth.
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