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Add Therapy

Students in our housing often attend outpatient therapy in programs like Life of Purpose. We are able to arrange transportation to accommodate clinical schedules.

Transportation

Our recovery residence managers work with clients to ensure that their transportation needs are met. This may include giving clients rides or helping them manage public transportation.

Attend Any School

Whether online or down the street, we require our residents to pursue some form of higher education.

Peer Support

Every location will have weekly scheduled peer recovery support and house meetings. Whether it be 12-step, SMART, faith based or something else, residents are required to work a recovery plan.

Student Focused

We provide housing for students recovering from addiction. This means our residences are student focused. We create an academic environment. This includes fast internet and student focused guidelines. Some locations have printing services and/or computer labs.

Transitional Focus

We pride ourselves in our students transitioning to a collegiate recovery program with recovery dorms. Programs like Rutgers, Ohio State, Penn State, and Vanderbilt are good examples of where we intend our residents to finish their college experience. These programs offer a cost effective and affordable future for our clients and their parents.

We want you to succeed, that’s why we’re here.

At Life in Progress we know that there is more to recovery than counting days sober. Our philosophy is based on the idea that higher education enables students to envision an idealized adult version of themselves. We want our residents to be inspired and empowered to achieve their education and career goals and dreams. 

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Being Around Students
The original recovery house that I was at was much different than Life in Progress. I was the only one in school. There were people much older than me as well. They kept telling us that we all had so much in common. Past being 60 days sober from some sort of alcohol or drug problem I didn’t see anything that was remotely similar about us. Then I found out about Life in Progress and was able to move in with a bunch of students like me. I feel much more comfortable having actual peers around me who want to do something with their lives besides go to the beach and hit meetings.
JB
From A Big Party School
I attended a big “party school” and was sure that no one there was sober. I eventually had to go to treatment and ended up at Life of Purpose. They transitioned me to Life in Progress and I was able to continue my degree at the “big party school” online. All of my credits and grades were transferable too. I didn’t know it was possible, but they walked me through everything. They also introduced me to the head of the Collegiate Recovery Program at my school. I have applied to go back to their recovery student housing. Life in Progress is perfect for me now because I don’t think that I am quite ready to go back to my original campus. It feels good to have an end in sight though. I know my path back to school and that I will have a safe environment when I get there.
KF
Law School
It seemed that law school was a pipe dream for me. I had some legal issues and my drug problem kept getting worse and worse. Thankfully I was able to get in Life in Progress and study for the LSAT exam while completing my undergraduate degree. I also went to Life of Purpose where they helped me clean my transcript up and gave me training for explaining my legal history. Fast forward a year and I have been accepted to law schools all around the country.
DW