Still Waters Approach to Recovery – The Still Waters PSALMS™ w/ Service
Still Waters is not a treatment program, it is a twelve step (12-Step immersion) program. Our approach to recovery is based on the concept of Fellowship and the Spiritual Principles of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. We believe by developing strong ties with the 12-step community the chances of success increase exponentially. Combine that with a very strong, spiritually-based, 12-step approach to education and group process and the result is an environment that allows our residents to grow both emotionally and spiritually, and lays the groundwork for long-term recovery.
Still Waters for Women teaches these principles through the use of AA and NA approved literature, group discussions, lectures, Twelve Step meetings, the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous and a community approach to recovery. Do these 7 things every day and your daily sobriety is guaranteed. Women of Still Waters will develop a working knowledge of the principles of recovery found in the text of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. Staff and volunteers of Still Waters mentor our residents by sharing their wisdom, experience, strength, and hope. They are committed to help those who are motivated for change to make the needed adjustments and commitments to realize a daily life free from alcohol and drugs and based on the the spiritual principles of 12-step recovery.