His Way is a non-profit organization with an IRS 501(c) (3) designation. Therefore all contributions to His Way are tax deductible. His Way is supported primarily through The Saving Way Thrift Stores (owned and operated by His Way) and generous donations from individuals who are passionate about seeing hurting men experience addiction recovery through Christ. Please see our Ways To Give tab if you would like to give.
There are multiple ways of measuring the success of a program like His Way. The ultimate success is found in sowing the seed of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the lives of men. We can confidently say that is done with 100% of our residents. Successfully overcoming addiction is also a primary objective of our program. These success rates are more difficult to calculate and maintain, but Christian-based recovery programs are generally the most successful. We believe God is the power to change lives, and his body of believers is the ultimate support network. We are proud to say that over 50% of men that graduate from His Way have remained sober.
His Way’s program is centered around Jesus Christ and the Bible, but we also incorporate some AA principles and proven recovery materials. Men in our program also have the option of attending area AA meetings in addition to the classes at His Way. We desire to utilize every possible resource to help men gain recovery.
Residents come to His Way from all over the country. In some cases recovery can be more effective when the resident is more removed from his familiar surroundings and relationships.
His Way does have limited capacity, and there is usually a waiting list. We want to limit the number participating in this program to ensure every resident receives the support and personal attention required for successful recovery. Those on the waiting list the longest will have the first opportunity to apply to become a resident.
Successful recovery requires commitment and investment from everyone involved. We only want men in this program that are serious about recovering.
The registration fee of $800 covers the resident’s housing, food, counseling, transportation costs, and recovery materials for his first 60 days in the program. After that the fees are $250 per week. (Note: For the Atlanta program, the entry fee is $1,250 for first 30 days, then $220 per week after that).
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There are more program details under the Program➟Daily Schedule section of the web site, but generally residents attend classes each morning and evening. After 60 days in the program residents work outside the facility during the day. Service and volunteer work are very important parts of the program as well.
The housing can best be described as dormitory style rooms. There are generally two men per room that share a bathroom and closet. Each man has his own bed and dresser. There is plenty of room but residents should limit what they bring.
It’s great! You will not go hungry! Breakfast and dinner are provided each weekday, and there is food available in each dorm house for lunches and weekends.
Absolutely! Successful graduates are always welcome back to attend classes, counsel with the staff, or mentor current residents.
No, but being a connected part of a Bible-believing congregation is a vital part of participating in His Way program. Staff members provide transportation for residents every Sunday morning to 2-3 area congregations. After the first 2 months, residents have the option to arrange their own transportation to other worship services.
His Way provides reliable, drug-tested workers to employers of all types. His Way provides transportation so you know they will be there on time and ready to work. Outside work is an important step in recovery so these arrangements are beneficial to both the resident and the employer.
Just call our main office at (256) 859-7377 or email us at email@example.com. We love to come to churches, businesses, and civic organizations to share our inspirational stories.