The objective of the OI 30 Day Intensive Program is to provide support and guidance to help the individual achieve abstinence from their addictive behavior, and help the individual develop a recovery experience that will lead to permanent sobriety and spiritual renewal.
The components of 30 Day Program are
- Assessment of individual for need and to determine how they would benefit from the Operation Integrity Intensive Program.
- Development of an Initial Recovery Plan that is personalized and strategic based on the individuals’ needs and capabilities.
- 2-3 individual meetings per week with OI approved counselor for 30 days.
- Daily phone support with counselor.
- Assist individual in developing an appropriate social support network.
- Development of a Relapse Recovery & Contingency Plan.
- Daily telephone support along with encouragement/accountability partners through the OI fellowship.
- Participation in 2-3 Operation Integrity meetings per week.
- Strategic assignments for personal reflection designed to help the individual gain insight and understanding into himself and recognize his spiritual and relational needs and responsibilities. This also provides education on addiction and accountability by holding the individual responsible for his time management, program schedule and homework responsibilities.
- Individual and family education on addiction and on proven recovery methods.
- Guide individual in homework relevant to education, 12 Step process and spiritual renewal disciplines.
- Assist individual identify and process through underlying issues or satellite concerns.
- Assist individual identify and address other, or newly recognized addictions or destructive behaviors.
- 30 day re-assessment with exit/transition plan to help individual move to next level of program which will be a longer term and less intense program.
This month's step
We admitted to God, to ourselves and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs.
This week's scripture
"If we claim that we’re free of sin, we’re only fooling ourselves. A claim like that is errant nonsense. On the other hand, if we admit our sins – make a clean break of them – he won’t let us down, he’ll be true to himself. He’ll forgive our sins and p
I John 1: 8-10 The Message
This week's quote
“We hide what we know or feel ourselves to be (which we assume to be unacceptable and unlovable) behind some kind of appearance which we hope will be more pleasing. We hide behind pretty faces which we put on for the benefit of our public. And in time we may even come to forget that we are hiding, and think that our assumed pretty faces is what we really look like”