Welcome to the House of Isaiah Drug And Alcohol Recovery Center

Dear Newcomer,

Welcome to the House of Isaiah recovery center. We are blessed to have the opportunity to assist you and your family in your recovery from drug and alcohol dependency. We offer a wide range of services to overcome addiction, recovery workshops, and the opportunity to retain outpatient counseling services to help you gain and maintain a sober, healthy, productive lifestyle while achieving personal and spiritual growth.

House of Isaiah recovery center works closely with many agencies and organizations at the state and county level to maintain the highest standards of care for each resident. These agencies and organizations, along with corporate and individual sponsors, help House of Isaiah Recovery Center contain the cost of services to our residents.

Our staff is chosen based on their excellence and "commitment" to our mission. During your stay with us, you will get to know the staff and consider them your friends.

Your recovery is the most important, and possibly the most difficult task you will ever face. We offer guidance and support in developing a personal program for lifelong mental and physical health; and only you can make the program work. We pledge to do our best to help. The decision to recover is yours.

I challenge you to be the best you can be. If you want something you’ve never had, you must be willing to do something you’ve never done. Work hard in your recovery and you will be a winner. I guarantee it!

Sincerely yours,

Isiah Robertson, Executive Director

House of Isaiah Client Handbook

Admissions

MEDICATION

The House Of Isaiah does not handle, or administer, any prescription or over-the-counter medications. All clients are responsible for their own medication needs which may include: purchasing, ordering, administering, and safekeeping. Each client is given his own locker, and is encouraged to keep all valuables, and personal medications, stored there at all times.


MONEY

It is suggested that you bring approximately $20.00 for spending money the first week, and suggested twenty dollars per week thereafter. Please bring enough toiletry supplies for your first month stay at House of Isaiah. Clients will have the opportunity to purchase personal hygiene products at Wal-Mart at the availability of House of Isaiah staff.


TOBACCO USE

The policy of House of Isaiah is: adult clients’ above the age of (18) will be permitted to smoke, outside only. Time to smoke will be available between classes, never during classes. Smoking inside the facility will not be tolerated.


VISITORS

Clients may have visitations on Sundays and designated holidays after they have completed 2 weeks in the program, and the appropriate visitors have been approved. Visitors are required to check in at the office of the facility they are visiting at. Visitors must follow the guidelines for appropriate attire. Visitors are not allowed to bring clients anything that has not been checked in the office by staff. NO EXCEPTIONS. Visiting hours on Sundays are from 1:00-5:00 p.m.


TELEPHONE/MAIL

In order for the client and family to adjust to the post-admittance period, we allow clients to use the telephone after 2 weeks. This two week period is to allow both client and family to become comfortable with the transition into our Rec0overy Center.
Mail should be sent to the following address:
Client’s Name
C/o House of Isaiah
P.O. Box 1405
Mabank, TX 75147
All packages must be opened in the presence of staff. Mail will be sorted by staff daily and handed out Monday-Friday.


TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS

We do provide Intake pick-up, upon request, and contingent on availability. The fee for pick-up varies as to the distance and will be assessed by your Intake Coordinator.


FAMILY INVOLVEMENT

Our families are strongly encouraged to visit as frequently as possible during visiting hours. The House of Isaiah does encourage out-patient family counseling, to benefit both clients’ and their families. Please ask your Intake Coordinator for more information.

We hope the preceeding information answers any questions you might have.
If not please feel free to call Mary Flores in our Intake Department at (903) 887-1373

WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU INTO THE HOUSE OF
ISAIAH’S EVER-GROWING FAMILY!

  DAILY SCHEDULE 

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

7:00

Wake Up

Wake Up

Wake Up

Wake Up

Wake Up

Free Time

Free Time

7:30

Devotion

Devotion

Devotion

Devotion

Devotion

Free Time

Free Time

8:00

Breakfast

Breakfast

Breakfast

Breakfast

Breakfast

Wake Up

Wake Up

8:30-9:00

Chores

Chores

Chores

Chores

Chores

Chores

Chores

Chores

Chores

Chores

Chores

Breakfast

Chores

    Breakfast

9:00

Bible Study

Bible Study

Bible Study

Bible Study

Bible Study

Work Day

Free Time

10:30-

11:30

7 Step Recovery Class

7 Step Recovery Class

7 Step Recovery

Class

7 Step

Recovery

Class

7 Step

Recovery

Class

Work Day

   Church

12:00

AA Meeting/

Orientation/

Counseling

AA Meeting/

Orientation/

Counseling

AA Meeting/

Orientation/

Counseling

AA Meeting/

Orientation/

Counseling

AA Meeting/

Orientation/

Counseling

Work Day

Church

1:00

Lunch/

Counseling

Lunch/

Counseling

Lunch/

Counseling

Lunch/

Counseling

Lunch/

Counseling

Work Day

Lunch

2:30-3:30

Spirituality

Class

Spirituality

Class

Staffing(2pm)

Docket(3pm)

Spirituality

Class

Activity

Work Day

Visits

4:00-5:00

Process

Group

Recovery

Group

Docket

(3:00pm)

12 Step

Group

Activity

Work Day

Visits

5:00-5:30

Free Time/

Study Hall

Free Time/

Study Hall

Dinner

Free Time/

Study

Activity

Free Time

Visits

5:30-6:00

Dinner/

Counseling

Dinner/

Counseling

Church

(leave 5:30)

Dinner/

Counseling

Dinner

Dinner

Dinner

7:00-8:00

Study Hall/ AA/NA

Meeting

(7:00pm)

Overcomers

AA/NA Meeting

(7:00pm)

Church -

Calvary Cathedral

(7:00pm)

Celebrate

Recovery

(6:30pm)

AA/NA

Meeting

(7:00pm)

AA Meeting/

Movie

(8:00pm)

 House

Meeting

(8:00pm)

Contact us to speak with a member of our staff about overcoming drugs or alcohol.