4th Dimension Sobriety is a Nonprofit 501c3
Sober Scholarship Program
4TH DIMENSION EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
With the average relapse rate at 40% to 60%, the story is too often rehab, relapse and repeat. Although rehab is an important part of the path to recovery from alcoholism and addiction, it isn't the final step. Unfortunately, after care is minimal; and without the necessities of life being met, the ability to maintain a job, re-establish relationships, save money, or focus on self-care is nearly impossible.
Sober living communities not only break this cycle but also create thriving members of society. 4th Dimension Sobriety Inc provides a safe and secure home while men and women transition into this life-long commitment. Its communal living approach offers a built-in support network that fosters a unbreakable bonds between community members.
Every community member graduates from 4th Dimension…
- With the skills to maintain life-long sobriety
- With a vibrant community of support, accountability, and friendship
- The sense of usefulness and motivation to live fulfilling lives.
- Inspired to share their experience, strength, and hope with the wider community.
RENT, A BARRIER TO RECOVERY
Many addicts and alcoholics are estranged from their family and friends. Without a safe and secure home, recovering from an addiction is difficult. 4th Dimension Community Members are required to find employment as a means of practicing self-sufficiency, financial responsibility, and life-skills. Once a community member secures employment, rent is evaluated on a case by case bases, but often times community members cannot pay for months. Finding reasonable employment in the current job market is tough enough for anyone, but when you’re in recovery, and you have an undesirable work history, the problem is exasperated.
The Sober Scholarship Project supplements the first few months of rent and allows members to actively seek employment, attend meetings and participate in a 12 Step Program without the stress of being on the streets.
Removing the financial burden from residents will increase retention and allow members to focus on their recovery rather then their debts.
Once employment is secured, residents will be placed on a payment plan. The Sober Scholarship Project is a program to both give a person time for self-care, while also teaching them how to be financial responsible and self sufficient.