The All the Way House provides a safe environment for all those seeking to be made whole and offers an opportunity for them to transition into society as productive citizens. The main priority is to see people set free from the bondage of addiction and restored to a life with purpose.
ATWH is designed for people who suffer from substance abuse and/or other addictions. ATWH seeks to reduce the rate of crime, homelessness, and poverty by providing a system of accountability within a structured, supervised environment. ATWH is a non-profit organization located in Baker, LA.
Who is this for?
ATWH program is for men and women seeking to be made whole and to be totally delivered from the bondage of drugs,alcohol,and criminal tendencies. The heart of this program is to see the clients that have been bound by substance abuse, find their place in life as productive,law-abiding citizens and find Jesus Christ.
With curricula such as 12 steps, Character Qualities, Work Ethics, Marriage and Family Counseling, teaching of life skills one on one and group interaction and mentoring, we begin to see confidence and maturity arise within the individual. With this, broken marriages are restored and families are reconciled as these individuals learn how to face the issues of life head on and their dependency of drugs and alcohol as coping mechanisms dissolve.
ATWH has learned over the years relapse prevention is the most crucial component of working with individuals with addictive disorders. The relapse rate, we find, is higher when people are not connected to support systems in their community. It is important for us to identify appropriate resources for clients and help them become connected with services to include counseling, support groups, support services in their community, employment, education, and other services needed to ensure success with each client.
- One Step Recovery (Based on AA 12-Steps)
- Supervised transitional housing
- Biblical Studies
- Job Training/Job Placement
- G.E.D. classes
- Substance Abuse and Relapse Prevention
- Individual & Group Counseling
- Leadership Training
If you have a substance abuse problem or know someone who does, please contact us.
Director: Michael Daniels
Cell 225-716-1364 Office 225-775-4321
Asst. Director Stephanie Daniels @ 225-301-0000