A House Manager’s Experience With Canyon Crossing

house manager

I came to Canyon Crossing Recovery on February 7, 2017. I was as low as I could possibly be.
I have been an addict for ¾ of my life, and after 14 years of being sober – I relapsed for 2 years.
I was close to death and still… I couldn’t stop using.
After a 3 day stint in the hospital, I finally succumbed to treatment.
It was a hard road.
Canyon is not an easy program, however REAL LIFE is not easy either.
Staying sober takes work and a team of support.
Canyon gave me that opportunity. They not only gave me the tools to save my life, but gave me a new perspective on myself.
I can honestly say that I’m super passionate about this program. We are a family.

When I began working at Canyon, I was elated.
I can’t think of anything else that I would rather do than to help other women save their lives and stay sober.
I believe because I was a client, I have a different outlook and connection with the women of Canyon. 
I have made life-long friends. I can see through all of their eyes.
We are a unique program and there’s a bond between us.
We know what they go through because we have walked the same road.
We have all walked the same path and know what it’s like to come out of the darkness to the other side.
Canyon Crossing truly is a special program, and I am very lucky to be a part of the change and the light that comes from completing this program.

Benefits of Residential AddictionTreatment

You cannot heal in the same environment that made you sick. This is the philosophy behind our residential addiction treatment program. At Canyon Crossing, women learn to live life on life’s terms while staying in a safe, substance-free setting. This gives our clients the space and peace needed for lasting recovery.
Our residential program combines high-accountability sober living arrangements with first-rate clinical care. While staying in our homes, clients participate in process groups, one-on-one counseling sessions, and hands-on learning opportunities. They also receive ongoing training; in these meetings, life skills like financial management and conflict resolution are imparted. All of this happens with 24/7 encouragement, guidance, and supervision from our clinical team.
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