Daily Schedule of Activities

A list of our daily activities is shown below. A requirement for participation in our program includes adherence and full participation in our daily schedule.

Monday through Friday during the day all clients will be engaged at work, job search, school, therapy, or community service work. Optional participation: Disabled clients not permitted to work must be engaged in productive activities either at His House or an approved outlet.

Tuesday through Friday evenings clients are engaged in mandatory in-house recovery meetings at 7 pm. Friday evenings at 6:30 P.M. clients may attend Celebrate Recovery. Tuesday and Thursday Recovery Groups meet in-house from 7-8:30 P.M. Wednesday Discipleship Bible Study meets at His Hands Church from 7-8:30 P.M. Two outside meetings, house group meetings, individual counseling, community service, and/or work or school (if required) must be attended.

Saturday-weekly chores must be complete before free time. One (1) Saturday per month clients must perform at least a half day of community service as may be required by county law governing group home activities. All other time can be used at the client's discretion.

Sunday church service from 10-11 A.M. Services are held at His Hands Church in Woodstock and all residents are required to attend. Special considerations are made for visiting other churches with immediate family or special occasions. Our women' Process Group meets from 4-5P.M., and our men meet for Process Group from 5-6 P.M.

House activity/outing functions are optional. Activities consist of entertaining and recreational field trips where family members are invited to attend.

The community environment at His House is warm, accepting, loving and inviting. We strive to make the time we spend together as a recovery community relaxing, enjoyable and beneficial for everyone involved. You'll find that this is the consensus of your fellows here and encourage you to make your involvement a pleasant and rewarding experience for yourself and the others in our community.