Inside Out Recovery is a Christ-centered transitional housing facility for people in recovery who have already completed an inpatient drug or alcohol rehabilitation program or has been released from prison.
Our fees for recovery support services are $100.00 per week.
While you are seeking employment or attending classes, then you may work at the ministry center ten hours per week in lieu of the $100.00 resident fee. Your daily chores do not count towards these ten hours.
Yes, all basic necessities are provided. We understand that most men coming from prison will have only the clothes they are wearing. All meals are provided at the ministry center as well.
Each resident is different, but the average stay is one to two years.
No, Inside Out Recovery is a 501(c)3 Not-for-profit corporation funded by private donations by individuals who believe in the power of a second chance. The purpose of the one hundred dollar support service fee is to help each resident transition back into society by learning financial responsibility and to learn how to fully support themselves financially.
No, Inside Out Recovery’s Ministry Center resides in former nursing home, setting on four and a half acres in a residential area of town. We strive to maintain a home-like setting in a Christian atmosphere.
Yes, strengthening family ties is one of the goals of our program.
We currently have space available for 20 residents with two residents per room. Future renovations of our facility will allow us to accommodate 80 residents.
No, Inside Out Recovery is for anyone with a strong desire to change their life for the better. We do employ Christian principles and sound biblical instruction in a Christ-centered atmosphere. We believe Jesus Christ is the only way of salvation. And since Christ has commissioned His people, the church, to go into all the world to disciple, to baptize, and to teach everyone everywhere to obey His Word, we desire, by His grace, to play our part in reaching the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
No, Inside Out Recovery is for men only who are eighteen years old or older.
Yes, Clay County Community Corrections has approved Inside Out Recovery for House Arrest.
Yes. As a resident you are expected to seek and maintain full time employment. The only exception to full time employment is when you are enrolled in full time College, Technical School or Vocational Training. If you are attending class’s part time, then you are expected to seek part time employment.
Yes. We work with the Indiana Department of Workforce Development and local employers for job assistance.
You can print a copy of our application Click Here and mail the completed application to us. The instructions are on the application.
No, if you are required to register with the Sex Offender Registry or the Violent Crimes Offender Registry you would not be accepted as a resident.
Inside Out Recovery is not a medical facility. We do not offer detox services or mental health support services.