TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE, AVOID RELAPSE
To decrease the relapse rate of people in recovery and help them reach
their optimal wellness.
Grace Sober Living is a non-profit organization committed to helping people in recovery rebuild their lives and position them to sustain a sober, peaceful and successful life.
We know that when people in recovery have accountability and pursue their optimal wellness, they revive and thrive! We realize that everybody has unique and specific needs, rather than a one size fits all approach. Optimal wellness is achieved when a person is proactively working to maintain balance in their spirit, soul, and body.
“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to discern what is the good, pleasing, and perfect will of God.”
Statistical data proves there is an enormous number of men and women who are struggling with their sobriety and fighting the fight against the fatal disease of addiction, which has become an even greater challenge during the pandemic. Combined with the Fentanyl epidemic, Sons and Daughters, Brothers and Sisters, Moms and Dads are overdosing and dying daily.
Drug overdose deaths reached a record high of 93,331 in 2020. While these estimates are not final, this is more than 20,000 deaths above the previous high in 2019 and the largest single-year percentage increase on record since 1999.
Additionally, the sober living industry has and continues to be populated with many residences that are largely profit-motivated and fall short on providing the supportive living environment that is needed to help people overcome addiction and sustain long-term sobriety.
In 2017, an estimated 20.7 million people age 12 and older needed treatment for a substance use disorder. Only 4 million people received treatment, or about 19% of those who needed it.
The relapse rate
for substance use disorders is estimated to be between
40% and 60%.
Addiction is considered a highly treatable disease, and recovery is attainable. About 10% of American adults who are at least 18 years old say they are in recovery from
an alcohol or
drug abuse issue.
ON OUR IMPACT
You will receive periodic updates on transformation happening in the lives of those we serve!
“For just as each of us has one body with many members, and these members do not have the same function, so in Christ we, though many, form one body, and each member belongs to
all the others.”
1 Corinthians 12