Foundation House is an extended-care sober living environment that has pioneered a dynamic approach to recovery by fostering the balance of structured independence and community. We offer a dignified bridge between treatment and living life clean and sober in the real world. We don't just teach how to get sober, we teach the skills and lessons necessary to stay sober. Our program emphasizes community, adventure, independence, honesty, and effort. Foundation House Standards help build self-confidence in early recovery and place accountability on those aspects of life that help our residents stay clean & sober. Our mission is to help our clients exceed their own limited expectations of what their life can be. Our weekly calendar features a wide range of activities; individual therapy, process groups, 12 Step instruction, yoga and meditation, nutrition education, art & music, athletic leagues, and wilderness adventures. Our homes are fully furnished, beautifully maintained and our environment is family-oriented. Residents lead by example and practice meaningful change in a safe and supportive community. Our focus lies in helping our residents build a strong foundation and form a collective strength that will guide them as peers along the path of recovery. At Foundation House we remove the stigma of addiction and return dignity to those who have nearly lost it all.
Mr. Babcock is the Founder and Executive Director of Foundation House, having begun his professional career helping men in recovery from alcoholism & chemical dependency in 2002, and since that time has helped hundreds of men enjoy the freedom from addiction and the joy of a clean and sober way of life. It is Mr. Babcock's belief that a 12-step program is essential for an individual to enjoy long term recovery, and, as a result of his own experiences within "the program", has created an environment in Foundation House that teaches the residents not just how to get sober, but rather, through the use of a practical and holistic approach to the 12-steps, how to stay sober.More
Jennifer Holsten is an integral member of the Foundation House leadership team. She is directly responsible for maintaining the campus and residential homes as well as the day-to-day operations—employing the energy and dedication to ensure near flawless execution. Jennifer brings more than 20 years of experience motivating and coaching collegiate-level athletes to perform to their highest potential, and in turn has the ability to galvanize residents and staff to participate in Foundation House activities such as sports leagues and regular house cleansMore
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