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A Southeast Michigan 501(c)(3) Non-profit organization
Peake Recovery provides a continuum of quality services for men with drug and alcohol problems. Peake Recovery often provides a last hope for addicts and alcoholics who have run out of options. We measure short and long -term success, client satisfaction and other program outcomes. We are constanly using evaluation measures to improve quality and effectiveness of our services.
The goal of Peake Recovery is to assist addicts and alcoholics in achieving long term recovery. We will help identify and remove barriers that prevent addicts and alcoholics from joining the recovery community.
Any addict or alcoholic can get better. Addiction is a disease that can be effectively treated regardless of the drug involved. We treat everyone the same-and don't consider one addiction more difficult to address than another.
Abstinenece matters. We believe that people can develop a happy lifestyle of honesty and recovery through abstinence from mood altering substances. We have ample evidence that addicts and alcoholics can achieve quality sobriety.
Community recovery works. We are largely based on the 12 Steps but we encourage each client to follow their own conscience regarding their recovery. We believe the recovering community is more important than we are. We emphasize lifelong recovery through meetings, sponsorship, service work and helping others.
We believe in long term support. Our residential programs are long-term, and all of Peake Recovery's services are built around creating lasting relationships with each recovering person.
We believe in the importance of work. Our cliets take responsibility for all areas of their lives and participate in a meaningful structured schedule while in treatment.
We treat the disadvantaged. A unique feature of Peake Recovery's mission has been offering care to people who lack financial resources. Our philosophy is simple-no individual will be denied services for lack of funds.
We develop programs for people. We don't chase money. Our programs are developed in response to our mission and to client needs-not the needs of a funding source. We raise the money we need to do the work that we feel is important.
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