Many rehab facilities operate their own aftercare programs. The scope of these programs varies
tremendously. Examples of aftercare services some rehab facilities provide include sober-living
arrangements, follow-up therapy, medical evaluations, and alumni support groups.
Harvest of Hope will provide a live-in facility, free from alcohol and or substance abuse, whilst
residents continue to undertake counselling, individual drug prevention education, ongoing
medical evaluation, and close relational mentoring.

The home will have a live-in Registered Nurse leader who facilitates the guidelines and rules to
be abided by whilst in residence. These include but are not limited to, promise by all residents
to remain sober, maintaining certain curfews, sharing Household chores, attending counselling
and educational sessions, and participating in vocational training conducted on the premises.

A summary of in-house services include:
• Drug and alcohol-free environment
• Safe and supportive (continuous live-in staff)
• Group therapy and relapse prevention education
• Counselling sessions
• Qualified visiting counsellors and group facilitators
• Promotion of Spiritual teaching to achieve peace of mind and formulate stress and or
trigger coping strategies (Tertiary Level Chaplains)

The facility will additionally support:
• Rebuild personal responsibility. Chores and other household duties are shared at a
sober living home. For recovering addicts who have thought about nothing but
themselves and their addiction for years, this is an important stepping stone to
becoming a functioning, productive member of a family, company or social group.
• Rebuild financial stability. Being highly affordable, the individual is given the chance to
get back to work and start saving for her own residence.
• Vocational Training. Vocational training including furniture restoration, hobby farming
principles, first aid and Computing skills will be taught. Undertaking vocational training
will be aimed at helping the individual into the workforce.