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Our Program

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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for admission to Shane's Crib Ministries, applicants must meet the following requirements: 

Age

Between the ages of 21 - 49.

Willingness

To be free from all Substance including vaping and cigarettes and be willing to abstain. 

Mental Health

Be mentally capable of participating in classroom and group activities.

Medications

Psychotropic medications such a mood stabilizers, anti-anxiety medication or sleep aids are reviewed on case to case basis.

Health &

Physical Capabilities

Be physically able to participate in activities of independent daily living including feeding, clothing, bathing, and vocational training.

Relationships

Be free from romantic relationships unless in healthy marriage.

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Phase 1

Lasting approximately 0-3 months, you will be admitted into our intake facility. You can expect to have the rules and expectations of our program explained to you. You will begin to walk out the 12 steps of faith, focusing on steps 1-3 and by 60-90 days you will have learned acceptance.

Graduate with Brandi Poole at Shane's Crib Discipleship and Recovery Program
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Phase 2 

Lasting approximately 3-9 months, you will continue to work through 12 steps of the program specifically steps 4-9. You will have completed your life history, overcomers notebook and become employed and transitioned fully into "Shane's Crib." Our primary focus will be becoming a productive member of society and develop a plan for healthy, structured living.

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Phase 3

Phase 3 will take place at approximately 9-12 months. You will focus on a relapse prevention workbook and have thoroughly worked through all 12 steps focusing mainly on steps 10-12. With a temporary sponsor, you will work on life skills and trigger identification. 

Phase 3 candidate at Shane's Crib Discipleship and Recovery Program

Shane's Crib Residential Homes

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Our Program

What to Expect in Our Residential Program

After the

First 30 Days

Phase 1

Residents are allowed one (1) fifteen minute phone call to their family per week and Family is allowed to sit with the resident during Sunday Morning Church service at Unity Church of God.  Service starts at 10:00 am

After 60 Days

Phase 1

Residents are allowed one (1) four hour pass, with family from 1-5 pm on the Sunday after you reach your 60 day mark.  Pass request must be turned in the Tuesday before desired pass date and approved by staff before you will be able to leave the property. 

After 90 Days

Phase 1-2

Residents are allowed two (2) fifteen minute phone calls per week. One (1) eight hour pass on the last Saturday of the month (pass is from 8am until 4pm) and Sunday pass privileges from 1-3 pm   every Sunday after Church (after you have been on your 8 hours pass.)   

After 120 Days

Phase 2

Residents are allowed one (1) 12 hour pass on the last Saturday of the month. (pass is from 8am until 8pm) After 12 hour pass, Residents are allowed every Sunday pass privileges from 1-5pm after church every Sunday.

After 150 Days

Phase 2-3

Residents are allowed an over night pass on the last Saturday of the month. (pass is from Saturday 8am until Sunday 5pm) Resident must attend one outside meeting and Sunday Morning Church service with proof.  They must also check in each day with on call staff

After 180 Days

Phase 3

Residents are allowed weekend pass privileges on the 2nd and 4th weekend of each month. (passes are from Friday 6pm until Sunday 5pm) In order for residents to receive weekend pass privileges life history must be completed. Residents must attend one outside meeting, Sunday Morning church service (with proof) and call on call staff daily.  

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12 Steps to Recovery

At Shane's Crib we lead our residents down a road to recovery using 12 steps with faith.

Step 1

We admit we are powerless over our addiction and that our lives have become unmanageable.

Step 2

Come to acknowledge that a Higher Power has the ability to bring us back to a state of sanity.

Step 3

Decide to entrust our will and lives to the care of God as we comprehend Him.

Step 4

Conduct a thorough and courageous moral inventory of ourselves.

Step 8

Create a list of individuals we have wronged and be ready to make amends to each of them.

Step 7

Humbly asked God to remove our shortcomings

Step 6

We are fully prepared to allow God to eliminate all these flaws in our character.

Step 5

Admit to God, to ourselves and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs

Step 9

Take direct steps to repair any harm caused to those individuals, whenever it is feasible, unless doing so would harm them or others.

Step 10

Consistently assess ourselves, and when we make mistakes, promptly acknowledge them.

Step 11

Strive through prayer and meditation to enhance our conscious connection with God as we comprehend Him, seeking only for insight into His will and the ability to fulfill it.

Step 12

Strive through prayer and meditation to enhance our conscious connection with God as we comprehend Him, seeking only for insight into His will and the ability to fulfill it.

Our Team

A staff in recovery.

We are unique in that our staff are in recovery. We understand exactly what you are going through and are empathetic and compassionate to your unique situation.

Shelly Harvey, One Touch Manager at Shane's Crib Discipleship and Recovery Program

Shelly Harvey

One Touch Manager

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Paige Jones

Financial Manager

Lynsie Beeching, Office Manager Shane's Crib Discipleship and Recovery Program

Lynsie Haire

Office Manager

Christina Northern, New & Knot Shop Director at Shane's Crib Discipleship and Recovery Program

Christina Northern

New & Knot Store Manager

  • What type of addictions do you treat?
    All substance and alcohol abuse.
  • Do you accept insurance?
    We do not take insurance because insurance companies make length-of-stay decisions as well as other treatment decisions. Because we don't take insurance we are not restricted by third party treatment decisions which allows us to provide the best possible treatment case-to-case.
  • What if I don't have money to pay?
    Everyone is charged an entry fee of $600.00. However, it is not mandatory at intake if unable to pay at that time. Once employed, we will ask for payment for the intake fee. We do have on-campus workforce to assist in paying for your stay as well as monthly donors who help make that possible.
  • Do residents have to stay for the entire 12 months?
    This is designed to be a 12 month program. We believe that it takes all 12 months to overcome addiction and have healthy relationships restored with one's self, God and others. There are specific circumstances that residents are recommended to our aftercare program which is an additional 6 months.
  • How is Christianity a part of your program?
    We believe that a healthy concept of God leads to finding fulfillment, wholeness and lack of desire to lend to the life of addiction. The Christian faith is woven throughout our program curriculum and residents are asked to attend weekly bible studies, attend church on Sundays and Wednesday. Though we do not associate with one denomination, we do attend Unity Church of God weekly.
  • Can friends and family visit while I'm in the program? How we will have contact?
    Due to promoting a healing environment in which the resident can be immersed in identifying the strongholds of negative patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving, we strongly restrict contact with outside family and friends which changes throughout the program. After 30 days, residents are allowed one 15 minute phone call to their family per week and the family is allowed to sit with the resident during Sunday morning church service at Unity Church of God. Service starts at 10:00 am. After 60 days, residents are allowed one 4 hour pass with their family from 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm on Sunday. The pass request must be turned in the Tuesday before desired pass date and approved by staff prior to leaving the property. One 15 minute call is still allowed weekly and the family is allowed to sit with the resident during Sunday morning church service at Unity Church of God. Service starts at 10:00 am. After 90 days, residents are allowed one 8 hour pass with their family on the last Saturday of the month from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm and Sunday pass privileges from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm after church.The pass request must be turned in the Tuesday before desired pass date and approved by staff prior to leaving the property. Two 15 minute phone calls are allowed weekly and the family is allowed to sit with the resident during Sunday morning church service at Unity Church of God. Service starts at 10:00 am. After 120 days, residents are allowed one 12 hour pass with their family on the last Saturday of the month from 8:00 am - 8:00 pm and Sunday pass privileges from 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm after church.The pass request must be turned in the Tuesday before desired pass date and approved by staff prior to leaving the property. Two 15 minute phone calls are allowed weekly and the family is allowed to sit with the resident during Sunday morning church service at Unity Church of God. Service starts at 10:00 am. After 150 days, residents are allowed one overnight pass with their family on the last Saturday of the month from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm on Sunday. The resident must attend one outside meeting and Sunday morning church service with proof. They must also check in each day with on call staff. Two 15 minute phone calls are allowed weekly and the family is allowed to sit with the resident during Sunday morning church service at Unity Church of God. Service starts at 10:00 am. After 180 days, residents are allowed weekend pass privileges on the 2nd and 4th weekend of each month. Passes are from Friday 6:00 pm - Sunday 5:00 pm. The resident must attend one outside meeting and Sunday morning church service with proof. They must also check in each day with on call staff. In order for the resident to receive weekend pass privileges, life history must be completed. Two 15 minute phone calls are allowed weekly and the family is allowed to sit with the resident during Sunday morning church service at Unity Church of God. Service starts at 10:00 am.

Frequently Asked Questions:

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