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Code of Conduct Agreement
Phases of Integration Agreement
Weaving together traditional and non-traditional approaches to recovery, our three phased integration program embraces a holistic approach focusing on a resident’s emotional, physical and spiritual health. Living in family-like environments where guidance is combined with love and consistency. Residents begin working with their case managers, begin to access the many resources, both within the ministry, as well as those available in our community. Within the framework of structured, yet supportive community, you’re given the time, tools and support to continue healing while learning to live a new way of life. Our structured daily schedule includes, but is not limited to the following: Mental Health counseling, work therapy, fitness activities, group & individual counseling, weekly recovery church services, daily Spiritual growth activities and pastoral guidance. Our loving and committed volunteers provides these services in a safe and nurturing environment.
XChange offers housing for qualifying men and women who have been accepted into Treatment and Recovery. There are separate homes for men and women. There is limited space for children with recovering parents.
To be eligible for XChange Recovery housing you must first do the following first:
1. Read and sign 'Code of Conduct'
2. Read 'Phases Integration' for important information regarding expected behavior as you progress through treatment and recovery.
3. Fill out and return the Housing Application.
You should be notified within 3 business days if you have been accepted.
Code of Conduct
Potential residents must agree to and sign our Code of Conduct. Please return with the Application.
Phases of Integration
This goes over what type of conduct is expected as you progress through the program. Please read it as well as the Code of Conduct.
Be sure to fill this application completely and return along with a signed Code of Conduct.
About Our Homes
We have multiple homes in Clark County Washington. It all began with the Grace Lodge for women which is located on 6.5 peaceful acres in rural Battle Ground, Washington. In addition to a safe, spiritual and sober living environment, we offer a range of recovery support services to all our residents, as well as faith-based programming. Some services are provided on-site, others are in collaboration with our many community partners.