About Our Sober Living Homes
Threshold Recovery sober living was founded on inspirational beliefs in regards to helping other Alcoholics/ Addicts seeking recovery. After having an extremely close loved one lose his life to this disease in a fatal overdose, we knew that enough was enough and that it was time to spearhead this nasty disease fast and as effectively as possible. We want to see our residents take healthy pride in their own made recovery from substance abuse. We optimistically believe in people that have hit rock bottom time and time again. We do not give up on the still suffering Alcoholic/Addict because not so long ago, we were right there in their shoes mentally, physically, and also spiritually bankrupt. We want to nurture the new residents post-treatment while not enabling them so that they may know that they are still loved, and the helping hand which was lent to us is now lent to them when they need it the most. We are humbled leaders, and we are not arrogant leaders. Nor are we boastful of ourselves.
Our mission is to provide a stable, abstinence-based sober living home for men and women recovering from the disease of addiction and substance abuse who want to achieve recovery. Threshold Recovery sober living homes were designed to promote a solid foundation for long-term recovery through accountability, responsibility, self-reliance, and peer support.
The vision at Threshold Recovery sober living is to provide a safe, structured environment for men and women to heal their minds, bodies, and souls through spiritual growth.
Tennessee Alliance of Recovery Residence
National Sober Living Association
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Tennessee Association of Recovery Residences
Tennessee Association of Recovery Residences (TN-ARR) is a founding member of the National Alliance for Recovery Residences. TN-ARR serves anyone residing in or looking for safe, supportive recovery residences.
National Alliance for Recovery Residences
The National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR) is a 501-c3 nonprofit and recovery community organization (RCO) that currently serves 25 regional affiliate organizations. These affiliate organizations collectively support over 25,000 persons in addiction recovery who are living in over 2,500 certified recovery residences throughout the United States.