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30 Day Addiction Rehab Program

The Twelve Way * 30 Day residential course includes the following:

  • Bible study
  • Twelve step lessons
  • Community service opportunities
  • AA group meetings
  • Classes aimed at building a personal relationship with God

Your 30 day program course is aimed at improving your overall spiritual condition. We believe this starts with your thinking! Your belief system will determine how you overcome daily challenges. Twelve Way has designed a 30 day program to help you with this process.

Enrollment is based on application approval.

At the end of the 30 day program, if desired, a resident may roll over into the long-term program.

*Registration for the 30 day program runs from January 1 through October 20 (dates may vary). This is not at a medical detox program.

Call 903-935-4115 for more information.


Twelve Way Foundation offers the following services to our male residents.

30 Day and long term recovery programs for men who have a sincere desire to change.

• Safe and sober living environment

• Job placement support

• Transportation to jobs

• Life skills support

• Christ-centered recovery meetings

• 12 Step meetings

All of these services are designed to help men restore their lives and become productive members of the community.

Any questions about our services should be directed to Contact Page.


Twelve Way Foundation is a Faith-based 501(c)(3) Non-profit organization dedicated to providing a sober living environment for men recovering from alcoholism and substance abuse who have demonstrated a sincere desire to restore their lives and seek a relationship with God.

Twelve Way Foundation provides temporary housing and an atmosphere of understanding and help from dedicated volunteers and persons who have succeeded in restoring their lives through a twelve step program and developing a relationship with God.

Twelve Way Foundation receives no state government financial support. It depends upon continued community involvement and financial donations from businesses, churches, and individuals to achieve its mission. All residents are required to seek employment and pay a nominal program fee which includes room and board. All residents benefit our community through their current employment and volunteering in community programs.