Life will take on new meaning. To watch people recover, to see them
help others, to watch loneliness vanish, to see a fellowship grow up about
you, to have a host of friends - this is an experience you must not miss. We know you will not want to miss it. Frequent contact with newcomers and
with each other is the BRIGHT SPOT of our lives.
-Alcoholics Anonymous, page 89
Welcome to Bright Spot
We built these homes to give women a safe and supportive place to start their recovery journey. There are so many factors that play into a successful start, and we want to provide as many of those factors as we can. We believe in genuine understanding, support, structure, and accountability. These houses were created with love and compassion, and our main goal is to help women cultivate a new life for themselves.
Having a feeling of belonging and deep understanding of what you have been through is so important. Every woman in this house has begun this journey, and it is vital to know that you are not alone.
We highly encourage each resident to get involved in the recovery fellowship. One of the most important factors of recovery is having a support network. You will be introduced to strong women in recovery, and are encouraged to fellowship with the women in the program often.
The house is run on a 4-phase system, depending on how long you have been in the house. With each phase comes more freedom, and different forms of accountability.
Living life by our own rules for so long had a tendency to get us into trouble. Along with the 4-phase system comes a structured plan for accountability. We realize that growth does not happen overnight, nor does it come without consequences. We hold each other accountable in a loving and constructive way, and lead by example.