William’s Place provides the opportunity to connect with counselors in individual and group therapy who will help our residents explore how they’ve gotten stuck and how they can begin to move forward.
Spiritual Formation & Discipleship
Many who struggle with addiction feel distanced from God and they don’t know how to connect. We are building inside-out Christianity based on a loving God’s sacrifice that atones for our sins and leads us to live a life of service. The result is an unbelievable gratefulness for His gift.
People need to have fun. Real fun. Addicts and alcoholics have built their lives around meeting this need through substance use. At William’s Place, we focus on learning to have fun in nature’s playground: our backyard.
Occupation & Life Skills
We all need to fit in—to feel we have purpose. Daily chores, gardening, and food preparation are some of the activities that fill this space while in the program. At William’s Place, each resident will gain work skills and a plan to help them address deficiencies in their history. Each client will leave having completed a course on finances/budgeting/money management and developed relational skills gleaned from living with others in the context of community.
Worship & Music
We want to be part of the community, but the community needs us to be whole. To accomplish this, we will go to church every Sunday, hoping the church will actively be part of our program. Jesus calls us to be in fellowship with believers. We are his church.Music helps people heal. By participating in Christ-centered music, we are able to proclaim what is true, right, and good.