P.O. Box 2543
Cookeville, TN 38502-2543
Independence Again is dedicated to providing a safe, stable, sober living environment for individuals seeking a healthy and happy life without using drugs and alcohol. Cost is $310 Entry Fee due upon admit, $155 a week (discount when paid monthly).
Services are holistic and based on each individual's needs. A Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor oversees the care of therapeutic interventions with certified peer recovery specialists (CPRS) and Trained Staff managing the case management portion of the program. As well as the implementation of recovery plans and modification to goals. The support staff will also provide random alcohol and drug testing, program participation, and identity development.
We provide Confidential Housing for adults. The home offers therapeutic sober living where individuals going through similar stressors related to alcohol or drug addiction can share responsibilities and live in a safe environment - all the while rebuilding their self-esteem and regaining their self-responsibility. This sober recovery home is so much more than a halfway house in that we offer employment assistance, transportation, and recovery assistance to all our residents.
We are a non-profit organization dedicated to helping combat addiction by providing a unique and specialized service that is not offered in traditional sober living facilities. We offer a safe, stable, sober living environment and high-quality case management services at no additional charge to the resident.
We are aware that addiction directly impacts more than 25% of our population and that this estimate is rising each passing year. Independence Again wants to positively impact lowering this number dramatically, reunite families healthily and positively while providing those suffering from addiction hope that change is a foreseeable outcome.
Our organization offers a much-needed service to an underserved population, resulting in a positive impact on our foster care and legal system while decreasing the cost of long-term medical services and promoting positive change with increased social involvement and individual responsibility through educational and occupational goal achievements.
In short, we help get our residents back on track through case management and treatment while they reside in a safe and stable living environment that holds them accountable for long-term life choices.
The majority of our residents pay their rent weekly through work. In times of need, some families will help contribute.
This program is funded in part by the TN Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
We are a 501C3 and accept charitable contributions and have funds raised through the Putnam County Music Festival.