What Is Grace Recovery TX?
Grace Recovery TX is dedicated to supporting women in recovery with transitional living homes designed to meet them where they are on their journey.
As a Grace member, there is a 90-day minimum commitment, but most women are more likely to spend 8 to 12 months with us as they commit to creating a healthier way of life. We typically see members stay with us for a year as they organically start to experience life in recovery. This gives them a healthy, stable environment to endure setbacks, stumbles, and successes with experienced support and guidance.
As a member at Grace Recovery TX, women will receive holistic support that focuses on healing the body, mind, and spirit as they learn and grow with the assistance of a case manager and experiential recovery coach.
With access to supportive people and services, women at Grace Recovery can develop basic life skills and begin to shift unhealthy thinking patterns while building a life beyond substance use, co-occurring disorders, and trauma.
What Does Being a Grace Member Mean?
Being a member at Grace Recovery TX is the beginning of walking down a path toward a meaningful life in long-term recovery. As a member, women start learning how to find balance and happiness through awareness, acceptance, and accountability.
A membership at Grace Recovery TX is a commitment to being engaged in the recovery process while discovering wellness and fulfillment in the various areas of life. There are eight dimensions of wellness that are interdependent and can support Grace members in building the necessary basic life skills to create a life they are not willing to lose:
- Build and maintain healthy relationships
- Fulfillment in contributing to the community
- Understand and appreciate feelings
- Value the feelings of others
- Build skills to manage emotions constructively
- Happiness and meaning in daily life
- Remain curious
- Expand knowledge and skills
- Share what learnings with others
- Purpose and meaning in life
- Joy in activities that support beliefs and values
- Ecological and socio-cultural surroundings impact you
- Commitment to the health of environment
- Build short- and long-term goals
- Manage resources
- Awareness of differing financial values, needs, and circumstances
- Vocational or occupational
- Work that brings joy and fulfillment
- Goals that support long-term satisfaction with work
- Reward in contributing skills to help others
How Do I Become a Member?
Becoming a Grace member means you are ready to reclaim your life and pursue a life built on principles of self-esteem, self-love, and resilience.
Grace Recovery TX focuses on the individual and their specific needs.
The typical requirements to become a member at Grace Recovery TX include:
- Completion of an inpatient treatment program
- Must be detoxed of all substances
- An alternate option includes completion of an intensive outpatient program (IOP)
- Maintain total abstinence while enrolled in the program
- Ability to meet all financial obligations for membership
- Deposit and fees
- Provide a valid driver’s license or state ID
- Submit a full list of over-the-counter medications and supplements
- Disclosing your current list of prescribed medications
- Must continue to take prescribed medications, as prescribed
- Completing our new member application online
- An interview may be conducted
- The interview may be in-person, over the phone, or over video conference.
To learn more about our membership requirements, visit our Contact Us page.
How Can Becoming a Grace Member Support Me?
Historically, SUD has been viewed as an individual’s problem to be dealt with alone. However, modern research supports the knowledge that recovery is not a solo mission. In fact, there is a higher chance of success when addicted individuals have the guidance and support of others.
With social and professional support teams, Grace Recovery TX members can start building a meaningful life in longterm recovery. Grace Recovery provides individualistic care and support with individual case management and experiential recovery coaching for each woman.
Through case management, members work one-on-one with a case manager to set six to eight long-term goals designed to support them in developing basic life skills to achieve the goals they may have thought previously to have been impossible to attain.
As noted in the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series, No. 27, case management is driven by the needs of the client. A Grace Recovery TX case manager advocates for members and their needs with multiple service providers and is committed to helping each woman discover and build goals that fit what they want for their life in long-term recovery.
Furthermore, an experiential recovery coach with Grace Recovery TX works with the member to set four fun short-term goals designed to support them in finding joy in their new way of life. Working with an experiential recovery coach can show women all the ways they can still find joy and purpose in life without substance use or other unhealthy coping skills.
Short-Term and Long-Term Goals
Some goals Grace members may pursue include:
- Seek higher education
- Build a resumé
- Job search
- Interview prep
- Volunteer work
- Develop hobbies
- Build healthier relationships
Some of our support resources include:
- Peer support
- Gender-specific programming
- YMCA gym membership
- Access to Grace Recovery TX fellowship events
- Aftercare at Emerge Recovery TX
- Access to our referral network
- Employment assistance
- Alumni program
To learn more about our membership, visit our Membership page.
What Are My Responsibilities as a Member?
Responsibilities as a member at Grace Recovery TX are based on accountability, engagement, peer support, and a commitment to working toward a life in recovery.
Some of our member expectations include:
- Regular meetings with a case manager and recovery coach
- If needed, meet with an academic or career advisor
- Be accountable for in-house responsibilities
- Participate in women’s-only recovery meetings
- All houses meet on Wednesday nights
- In-house meetings on Sunday mornings
Becoming a member can help you build skills for your life in long-term recovery. At Grace Recovery TX, membership means access to an extensive network of women dedicated to supporting you on your journey. Call (737) 237-9663 to learn more.