Faith based addictions ministry
Make a donation! Monetary donations, food, men's toiletries, and clothing, cleaning supplies, and paper products are always appreciated. Also check our Facebook page for current wish lists.
Who We Are
We are a faith-based addictions ministry. We offer a 6-month in-house residence program that includes 600+ hours of Bible Study and worship and over 300 hours of community service. To enter our program, we ask that you attend Chapel on Saturdays at 10:00. At the end of worship, men are given the opportunity to come forward to join. After the worship service, you will fill out an Admission Form and be interviewed. Admission fee is $200. We ask that potential residents come back for atleast two Chapel Services. Residents have the option to stay at The Other Side for an additional 6 months to a year in our Phase 2 portion of the program.
We do not accept applicants that are on anti-depressants, pain medication or psychiatric medications. We also do not accept applicants with a past history of violent behavior or sexual misconduct. We also do not accept anyone from jail or prison. We ask that potential residents get this part of their life behind them before coming to rehab.
We are not a detox facility, and we are not a homeless facility.
Residents are in a 28-day blackout when they enter the facility. This period of time helps the resident focus on their relationship with God. They do not have access to a phone; After the 28-day blackout, residents can receive mail and write letters. They are allowed one phone call a month.
What to Bring With You:
The laundry area is shared, so please bring adequate clothing. Men are allowed 8 outfits. Work clothes for the most part, tee shirts may be worn in the summer. Bring at least one long sleeve work shirt. Bring a jacket for cold weather and cap for sun protection. Church clothes will be clean clothes in good repair. Work gloves will be provided. We provide four Other Side shirts for church, chapel and for community service days.
The suggested list of personal care items includes:
.Bible (All Bible memory verses will be in King James Version (KJV) but if you have other versions that is fine)
.Toothpaste and toothbrush .Envelopes, stamps and writing material may be
.Razor and shaving cream (electric or safety) brought to use when allowed
.Bath Soap & Shampoo
.Nail clippers/nail file .Reading material will be available, therefore,
.Non-alcoholic mouthwash do not bring personal reading material without
.Comb or brush as required the Director's approval
.Any hair cream if needed (non-alcoholic)
.Watch, if desired, and glasses, if needed
.Family pictures are acceptable
.Tylenol, sinus medication, etc. should be supplied by
the resident's family.