Dry Tavern Recovery Home- Nashville
Cane Ridge Farms, Nashville, TN, USA
Sober House Description:
Dry Tavern Recovery Home located in Cane Ridge Farms, Antioch, TN serves the neighboring areas of the Nashville and mid-TN regions. Founded in 2016 by Jared and Lauren Beckett, the sober facility is an all-male recovery home dedicated to the destruction of addiction and addictive behaviors. After being redeemed by the program itself, Jared, along with his wife, were filled with heart and passion to see men set free and finding their place in our world. They chose to donate their very recovery community.
Jared and staff, understanding the suffering, frustration and hopelessness of the bondage of addiction are dedicated to those who want to be released into the “real” world as clean, sober and prepared. Dry Tavern’s program is designed to keep life SIMPLE and simple is mastered through:
Security for Transformation
And to achieve these goals, Dry Tavern Recovery Home applies a 4-phase abstinence plan:
Serving is essential for developing responsibility and team building; therefore, residents participate in daily assignments and chores that result in a healthy living environment for both home and residents. Participating in numerous neighborhood projects further enhances the connection to community.
Secondly, support services are built through individual mentoring, group sharing and problem solving. Each resident is paired with a sponsor who mentors, teaches and guides the resident to healthier choices.
12-step programs (AA, NA, CA and others) and regular meetings are close to the home and easily assessable.
Dry Tavern provides regular communication with families upon resident request to celebrate each milestone and recovery success.
Transitioning from a treatment center back into the world can be challenging and overwhelming. Dry Tavern works with family residents to provide job assistance for those without work, to assist with instruction on filling out job applications and preparing for interviews while providing transportation for those without means to interviews, career opportunities, school, work or 12- step meetings.
Dry Tavern believes that structure is essential to helping yourself.
- Family residents are required to participate in a minimum of 5 meetings weekly. And new members should consider daily meeting up to 90 days.
Family will abide by all curfews, maintain a clean home through daily and weekly chores.
Family will work with others to create and maintain teamwork attitudes and accomplishments.
Family will provide services to the entire recovery community through upcoming opportunity in the neighborhood.
Family will be expected to remain drug and alcohol free.
Family will submit to mandatory drug screening weekly or as determined by the house manager