DONATIONS FOR JUNCTION HOUSE, INC. SOBER HOMES

Help Junction House, Inc. Help Others…

Each week we receive calls from women who would like to reside in a nice, clean, supportive family residence, and are serious in achieving long-term recovery, but they simply do not have the immediate financial ability to do so.

Because Junction house is a self-pay residence and not subsidized by the state, city or government for financial assistance, these women need the financial help.

Therefore, we have started a donation/scholarship program to financially assist the women that would like to reside at Junction House, but currently do not have the financial means or support to pay at the time.

​Your gift will help women that are affected by the disease of addiction and 100% of your gift will go in the scholarship fund.

CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION & AVAILABILITY

Kiki at 215-919-1558

Debbi at 215-815-0113

JUNCTION HOUSE, INC.

info@junctionhouserecovery.com

888-445-8628 | 888-44-JUNCTION

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Junction House accepts credit cards for sober living homes in Pennsylvania
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Relapse Prevention Is Critical For Long Term Recovery

You send a loved one with an addiction problem to treatment. They spend 30-90 days getting clean and sober, talking about their feelings, and getting healthy again. After treatment, they move to a Sober Living Residence or back home and start to live life again. Shortly thereafter, they relapse. You might repeat this cycle three or four times. What is missing?
Treatment is not a cure for addiction. Treatment, meaning attending a clinical recovery program, is an answer comprised of many different answers for living with addiction, without using drugs and alcohol. Relapse prevention is a particular set of tools which helps those in recovery learn how to live in a way which does not trigger them to use drugs and alcohol to cope. Without relapse prevention specific methods and techniques, treatment is a mere break form a hazardous lifestyle.
Stress Management:
Overall, stress management in every form is one of the most important methods for relapse prevention. Stress triggers the brain to seek relief from stress. In the addicted brain, most often that happens through some form of creating pleasure. Due to the way addiction causes learning and memory association, creating pleasure is intimately tied with drugs and alcohol or other harmful behaviors. Managing stress includes learning what causes stress, how to identify stress, how to cope with stress, and understanding how stress relates to triggers for cravings.
Self-Care:
Recovering from drug and alcohol addiction can feel like having to start life over and learn everything new. Too often self-care refers to the luxurious pampering and quality time one spends with themselves to feel good. Self-care also refers to the everyday responsibilities which need to be fulfilled to take care of the self like eating, hygiene, paying bills, managing tasks, and getting enough rest. At Junction House, we call this “life skills” learning how to incorporate essential themes of recovery into everyday life is critical to living a new lifestyle free from dependency on drug and alcohol.
Communication:
Being acknowledged, heard, and understood are core needs of every human being. For addicts and alcoholics in recovery, it couldn’t be more important. Healthy forms of communication help maintain proper boundaries, boost self-esteem, and articulate emotions, wants, and needs.
Relapse prevention is a primary focus at Junction House Inc where we show clients how to live along spiritual lines in a new life of recovery. For information on our recovery Residences and Sober Living homes for addiction, call us today at 888-44-JUNCTION or 215-919-1558.
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