UT_photo_HelpingShoreline Recovery believes in the philosophy that one addict/alcoholic helping another will help him to stay clean and sober. Shoreline Recovery helps residents take the crucial steps to recover their lives in the following ways:

  • Taking responsibility for self physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually
  • Taking responsibility for their home and neighborhood by participating in the upkeep of the house inside and outside
  • Taking responsibility towards and maintaining employment and/or school

Our Philosophy

We believe in a strong 12-step program. Residents are required to attend five NA or AA meetings per week, obtain and use an NA or AA sponsor and become involved in a home group.

Life at Shoreline Recovery

Residents living at Shoreline Recovery are expected to work or attend school full time and transport themselves to and from their jobs or school via bus or automobile. Residents are permitted to have their own cars with appropriate legal documentation.

The residents of Shoreline Recovery do their own food shopping and prepare meals in a well-appointed kitchen. Pots, pans, dishes and utensils are provided.

Chores are rotated weekly among the residents, and each person is responsible for her or his chores to be completed on time. All residents are expected to respect others by keeping the house clean.