About Us

Welcome to
Springs of Life

 
 
Our Mission: Recovery Capital- Helping our residents develop the internal and external resources needed to achieve and maintain recovery from substance misuse as well as make behavioral changes.
 
Our Vision- To lead men who have been captured by addiction or other life controlling issues to freedom through a Christ-centered, long-term, residential program.

What is Recovery Capital?

At Springs of Life we look to help our residents build recovery capital. Recovery capital is defined as the internal and external resources necessary for an individual to achieve and maintain recovery from substance misuse as well as make behavioral changes. Recovery Capital recognizes that a variety of elements can support or jeopardize recovery; these include social networks, physical, human, cultural and community issues. Recovery capital differs from individual to individual.
We look to help our residents connect with the community, staff and one another. We help our residents find hope and an identity that has purpose. We look to provide our residents with opportunities that empower them to develop meaningful lives.
Residents will gain understanding and stability as they apply each set of tools taught in our three phases. Our small group settings and daily activities will help residents process and discover important recovery skills that transcend into practical, healthy living habits.

3 PHASES TO RECOVERY

PHASE 1

In Phase One, residents will focus on character qualities, biblical principles, vocational skills, basic life skills and stewardship.

PHASE 2

Phase Two, focuses on servant leadership while cultivating and maintaining healthy relationships. Residents will follow same schedule as phase one with some class variations.

PHASE 3

Phase Three, residents are employed full time through our strategic partnerships. Residents will establish aftercare goals, and build upon the foundation they have obtained during the first six months of the program. Residents will still participate in evening small groups and weekend activities. Once students enter this phase, they move to “Jesse’s Place” located at 189 S Main St. It is named in memory of late graduate, Jesse Morrison, that passed away from an automobile accident last year. 

PHASE 1

PHASE 2

PHASE 3

In Phase One, residents will focus on character qualities, biblical principles, vocational skills, basic life skills and stewardship.

Phase Two, focuses on servant leadership while cultivating and maintaining healthy relationships. Residents will follow same schedule as phase one with some class variations.

Phase Three, residents are employed full time through our strategic partnerships. Residents will establish aftercare goals, and build upon the foundation they have obtained during the first six months of the program. Residents will still participate in evening small groups and weekend activities. Once students enter this phase, they move to “Jesse’s Place” located at 189 S Main St. It is named in memory of late graduate, Jesse Morrison, that passed away from an automobile accident last year. 

MORE OF WHAT IS OFFERED

Weekly drug screenings will be administered during all phases of the program.
GED classes are available onsite.
Creative writing classes are available on weekends.
​The University of Tennessee provides wellness classes on site that include healthy menu planning and the development of culinary skills.
Vocational skills are taught through our community development programs.

Below is a full list of services residents receive:

  • Food
  • Clothing
  • Hygiene products
  • Housing
  • Transportation
  • Access to free Hepatitis C treatments
  • Free prescriptions
  • General Health Needs
  • Dental Extractions
  • Adult Education / GED / High Set
  • Small group studies
  • Clinical Christian Counseling
  • Trade skills
  • Soft skills
  • Job Placement
  • Wellness
  • Extracurricular activities / Recovery activities
  • 3 month systematic theology course

Get In touch

Address: P.O. Box 893, Jellico, TN, 37762