W E L C O M E
Drug and alcohol dependency is a serious problem, one that is almost impossible to solve alone no matter how many attempts have been made.
The Epiphany Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable trust, is a highly entrepreneurial organization offering real world solutions to highly motivated individuals suffering from drug or alcohol dependency. Epiphany offers safe, well appointed live-in facilities. As a beneficiary, you have two program options:
1) Residential Sober Living: If you already have employable skills and require a safe, clean, sober and drug free living environment, this may be the place for you; or,
2) Job/Skills Training: If your job or trade skills are lacking or want to change career direction, then our job/trade skills program may be for you. As a beneficiary, you have the opportunity to apply enter the training program as an apprentice. Apprentices receive everything described in the residential program plus more.
Everybody knows, idle time is bad time. At Epiphany there is little of it. Everybody either has an outside job, they are looking for a job, volunteering, performing community service or they are enrolled in the training/skills program. Epiphany offers innovative and integrated two-pronged life-skills and job-skills programs that can dramatically and positively transform one’s life.
I Need To Change My Life
Learning New Habits
You have come to that moment, that moment where you know you MUST either take your life back or you will lose everything, including life itself. With this realization, you have taken the first step by looking for the right program and answers to help you find your way back to a full, productive and passionately purposeful life.
Learning new skills, and developing your existing skills, provides the necessary foundation for beginning a new life. To have a "normal" life, you need money; to get money, you MUST BE employable; to be employable you must have employable skills and be willing to work hard. Epiphany can make that happen with and for you, but only IF you are truly ready.
Starting A New Life
Real recovery begins with self-discovery. Self-discovery begins with learning - learning new habits of thinking and behaviors, along with having the opportunity to develop job skills and build positive relationships. This is done in a new, comfortable and safe living space, within a caring and supportive community who knows and understands where you have been.