At A Reprieve for Men, we’re committed to being genuine, honest and invested even when the path for our resident is hard.
About A Reprieve for Men
We believe so strongly in the processes we teach our residents – of developing Spirituality, Community, and Self – that we practice them as a staff as well.
A Reprieve for Men opened in 2009 in a 120 year old historic home in Opelika, Alabama. Today, A Reprieve continues as a unique place in the recovering and spiritual community as the center for a solution to alcoholism and drug addiction. Our staff, alumni and volunteers, who are the epicenter of this community based program, witness on a day to day basis the very spirit in which the fellowship of service to others thrives. The 12 Steps live and breathe in each of our residents, staff and volunteers as they strive to do the work that they have been called upon to perform.
A Reprieve for Men is a year-long program founded in three distinct but interwoven phases. Phases one and two are each 90 days in length and the final phase is 180 days. From beginning, to the programs conclusion, the goal is to assist adult males with obtaining the skills and tools needed to live in recovery as productive members of a community where service to others is the focal point.
The most important thing to us at the end of the day is that we are a constant reflection of what we teach to our residents. With a staff, largely in recovery themselves, we share more life experiences with our residents than most programs.
The Staff at A Reprieve for Men
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Community Living Coordinator
Life Skills Coordinator
Recreation Activities Specialist
Food Service Manager
Program Specialist, Counselor