Class of Housing: Transitional housing for men.
The Potter’s Recovery House is a men’s Transitional Living Center that was opened by an inspiration and established a non-profit with 501c3 documentation.
Completed application packets must have the $125 non-refundable application fee in the form of a money order or cashier’s check only. Incomplete application packets will not be accepted. An additional charge of $100 a week will be paid for rent. Client’s who are just released from D.O.C. are exempt from paying the application fee.
Our primary focus are men who are in the legal system and head help and a second chance. We believe in grace in our dealings with others. Grace is the undeserved love and favor which allows us to stop committing the crimes and other poor choices that we have made in our lifetime. It allows us to transform those broken lives and call us to a much higher standard of living than we have ever had before.
We provide spiritual guidance, structured living and access to addiction meetings is a must to reside at The Potter’s Recovery House. In addition to guiding, inspiring and developing a self-esteem and personal growth, the Potter’s Recovery House hopes to dispel some of the prejudice and stereotypes about incarcerated, addicted and homeless men. In this country, the media gives a portrayal – and the public identifies with the media that most prisoners are all the same and beyond help. Prejudice against prisoners, addicts and the homeless, like any other prejudice, we pre-judge them as stagnant and unchanging. We decide they are horrible, stupid, lost and or no good, that they will never change. Pre –judging is where prejudice begins and where it must end to help a part of our society that society throws away. And that’s the way the public sees them, the Potter’s Recovery House we see them in the Potter’s hand shaping and molding them. We understand that this doesn’t mean that all of them will want to change, but need to find and help the ones we can. Here at The Potter’s Recovery House we have a screening process that’s aimed at finding the ones who wants to change and become a productive member of society. We must save as many as we can.
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