1 New Beginnings Outreach Ministries Freedom Hall Recovery Center Providing inpatient rehabilitation treatment for those suffering from drug /alcohol dependency
2 About Us... New Beginnings Outreach Ministries of Southern Ohio is a non-profit corporation providing inpatient resident rehabilitation treatment for those suffering from drug/alcohol dependency. Our resident facility can house 31 males and 8 females. Our facility accommodates both male and female residents, housed in separate quarters, and does not discriminate applicants based on race, religious preference, sexual orientation, ethnic background, or financial standing. Since the inception of this program, in July of 2004, we have been a faith-based organization operated entirely on donations from people with a burden for recovering addicts. These donations come from people who hear about us by word-of-mouth as well as a monthly mailing list built by friends of the ministry. At this point, we have to raise at least $ per resident, per month, in order to keep operating. The majority of our residents are native to the Appalachian Region of Ohio, West Virginia, and Kentucky, though we have received residents from Florida, New York, Colorado and Alabama as well. Our records indicate that 60% of our residents are in homeless situations when they enter our program. We receive some who are transitioning from incarceration back into society and are seeking a strong recovery foundation from which to do so. All residents are here voluntarily however, we only accept individuals seriously seeking help. We do accept residents with special needs, such as hearing impaired, amputees, some with conditions such as ADHD, and diseases such as diabetes and hepatitis B and C. These needs are addressed on an individual basis during the initial assessment, to see if we can safely accommodate the point of need for each applicant and do it safely for the other residents as well. We will conduct an initial assessment with each applicant, to determine if the care we offer is appropriate for his or her individual recovery needs. All treatment is well documented and confidentiality is maintained on all personal records. All agreements concerning the individual s treatment program or conditions for residency signed during the assessment are, upon acceptance into the program, strictly adhered to by ourselves, and compliance is required of the resident as well for continuation in the program. Residents can leave the program voluntarily, or be asked to leave for non-compliance, at any time.
3 Our treatment program is based on faith in Jesus Christ, and centers on Christian teachings from the Bible as well as cognitive behavior methods of understanding addiction and recovery. Each resident advances through each of our five program phases at their own pace, there is no time limit (as in 30 days, 90 days, etc.), the final phase of which is a transitional stage allowing the resident to gradually progress back into society. This program is a nine to twelve month process for most individuals. Our goal is wholeness that turns the individual s lifestyle from one controlled by an addiction and includes all the suffering and negative repercussions associated with that, to a lifestyle of meaningful purpose, productivity, and service (to others and to themselves). In addition to their personal care and hygiene, residents are asked to complete daily job tasks, 12 Step bookwork as well as Biblical Devotion bookwork, attend regular church services and participate in community service. They receive counseling to help with damaged relationships (friends, family, spouses), to learn better communication and inter-human relation skills. We also provide individualized spiritual and biblical counseling from ordained licensed ministers, as well as study groups with qualified volunteers from various walks of life. They learn about financial responsibility, goal setting, and also have the opportunity for vocational growth; to acquire a GED, attend college, or we can often help them get into trade apprenticeship programs. Besides our faith based group and individual counseling, each resident also receives individual and group counseling from state licensed Addiction Counselors through the Pike County Recovery Center. We do provide transportation to counseling sessions, physician visits, church meetings, and court/probation appointments as necessary. Residents live in a home-style environment, providing room, board and three prepared meals a day.
4 Things to know about Freedom Hall Recovery Center: It is a long term inpatient facility for men and women ages 18 and above. The length of the program is 9 to 12 months. The program consists of; working the 12 steps of NA/AA through the Bible (Christian 12 Steps of Deliverance), daily Bible studies, assignments (self-esteem, rejection, abuse, ect.), daily topic groups, daily interactive groups, one on one counseling with a licensed counselor, anger management, parenting and relationship classes and life skills. New residents will be on a two week, in-house restriction (to include; no phone calls, no visits and no contact with family or friends until the two week restriction is complete. So please bring all the items you will be in need of for the first two weeks. Resident family passes may begin after the two week restriction beginning with a two hour pass and increasing to overnight passes as the resident progresses through phase program. Church attendance and daily bible studies are mandatory. Parents and loved ones may attend the Worship Services at 11am and 6pm on Sundays and 7:00pm on Wednesdays and the Serenity Support Meeting, Mondays at 7:00pm at the Recovery Center following the two week in-house restriction. At the present time the cost for treatment at Freedom Hall Recovery Center is $20 per week. If you have the ability and resources to donate more it would greatly be appreciated and go directly to the operations budget of Freedom Hall which is a large undertaking. Freedom Hall Recovery Center is funded by gifts and donations and receives no government or corporate underwriting. Freedom Hall Recovery Center has a 57% success rate for those that complete our five phase program. To gain admissions to Freedom Hall Recovery Center please call during the business hours of 9 to 5 pm Monday thru Friday. Once the assessment is completed the candidate will be placed on our waiting list for admissions. All residents will be at Freedom Hall by their own free will and may leave the program at any time. If the resident is on probation or parole the proper authorities will be timely notified. Residents that are not in accordance with the facilities program or have rule violation may be asked to leave the program immediately.
5 History: Freedom Hall Recovery Ministries began in 2004 under the name of Safe Haven Ministries after a group of people who loved The Lord as well as those hurting and battling with addiction seeing the need to go beyond the traditional church setting for recovery. This group recognized a need to have a recovery facility in Southern Ohio for those seeking treatment for addiction that did not have insurance or funding for treatment. This group also recognized the need for Jesus Christ to be the center of freedom and recovery but also the principle need for secular traditional counseling as well. This combination we have found is truly an effective means of a person changing their life and gaining freedom from drugs and alcohol. In 2007 this ministry evolved into New Beginnings Outreach Ministries of Southern Ohio and the current doors of Freedom Hall Recovery Center were opened at the current location of 2266 Wakefield Mound Rd., Piketon, Ohio. This facility currently houses 31 men and 8 women with a new women s facility under construction that will house 24 females as well as additional meeting and educational space. Freedom Hall Recovery Center since its inception has been administrated by Angie Pelphrey who battled and recovered from her own addiction to opiates. Freedom Recovery Center is operated completely by faith with gifts and donations from friends, organizations, churches and businesses and is not underwritten by any government agency or organization as well as it does not accept insurance payments. If you or your organization would like to support this ministry please contact Pastor Barry Pelphrey com or ) to be placed or mail or list.
6 Why Invest in New Beginnings Outreach Ministries of Southern Ohio Freedom Hall Recovery Center? It works! Since 2004 Freedom Hall Recovery Center has treated over 800 men and women in the area of drug and alcohol addiction at no cost. Many of the residents that come to our facility do not have insurance or any means of payment for treatment, as they have come to the end of their life and are without hope. Freedom Hall offers those without hope a second chance at life where all roads are leading to incarceration or death. Freedom Hall is an inpatient treatment center that houses, feeds and clothes up to 31 males and 8 (we currently have a new facility for females under construction that will house up to 24) females. Since the inception of Freedom Hall we have maintained full capacity with a continual waiting list that conservatively has over 10 people on each list awaiting treatment on occasion for up to six months at our facility. Freedom Hall is a nine to twelve month inpatient treatment program. Our treatment consists of the Cognitive Behavior Theory of treatment combined with a twelve step program of AA/NA through The Bible designed with the goal of directing the resident to gain a relationship with Jesus Christ. The residents attend classes with licensed counselors, do assignments and Bible studies as well as attend worship regularly at New Beginnings Outreach Ministries Worship Center. Our success: Of over the 800 plus men and women that have entered Freedom Hall Recovery Center s program 30% have completed the entire program and graduated of those that have completed the program 57% of those have remained clean and sober and have become productive members of society and many of those continue to serve Jesus Christ as their Savior. Many of our residents have: Completed GED programs and received their High School Diploma Entered construction apprenticeship programs Started their own business Began taking college classes and earning degree s Obtained good jobs and began careers Been reunited with family and children Gained or regained custody of children
7 Our Needs: Our budget is approximately $150, annually that includes: Facility mortgage One full time paid staff member Utilities Facility maintenance Sewage maintenance 3 Transport vehicles used to transport residents to outside meetings, appointments and church attendance Fuel and automobile expense Insurance- auto, property and liability Food- for 41 residents 3 times per day Cleaning and Cooking Supplies Office supplies Office equipment Our Funding: Freedom Hall Recovery Center is funded on total faith donation by friends, supporters, organizations, corporations and former residents. Freedom Hall is not funded by the Government, one particular organization, church or corporation. The majority of our funding comes as the result of a monthly newsletter that is sent to those that have befriended this ministry. Currently we are in need of adding to our monthly support newsletter as our operations budget is increasing regularly with rising cost as well as the need of additional paid staffing. If you or your organization would like to be added to this list by mail or electronically please contact Pastor Barry Pelphrey at or We are also currently engaged in the construction of Tony s House of Hope this facility is in memory of Tony Diaz and will allow us to house 24 women and will also have meeting and educational rooms for up to 60 people. The goal is to have this facility up and running by the end of 2013 as we still need to raise an additional $150,000 to complete this facility (fire suppression system is $100,000 of that need).
8 Our Corporation: New Beginnings Outreach Ministries of Southern Ohio is a 501c3 Non-Profit Corporation Federal ID # Wakefield Mound Rd., Piketon, Ohio mail: P.O. Box 472 Piketon, Ohio Barry Pelphrey- President: Angie Pelphrey- Recovery Administrator: Eric Barker- Vice President: Roylene Pelphrey- Treasurer: Fundraiser: If you or your group would be interested in helping support Freedom Hall Recovery Center with a fundraising event at your church or organization and would like a group of men or women to come and give a testimony of the great things that have happened in their lives as a result of Freedom Hall Recovery Center or would like to have Angie Pelphrey come and speak to your group please contact Freedom Hall Recovery Center at or Angie at Feed Freedom Hall: Another way to assist and contribute to Freedom Hall is our Feed Freedom Hall Program that allows yourself, your group or organization to prepare a meal weekly or monthly to feed the residents of Freedom Hall their evening meal. This program greatly offsets our grocery expense. Please contact Angie Pelphrey at to schedule. Family Fundraising: Although we do not charge residents at Freedom Hall we do ask them to donate a minimum of $20 per week if possible to offset fuel and food expense. As many know that most facilities will not accept your loved one without medical insurance, medical card or large cash payment ; any contribution that you can make to offset cost of this ministry would be greatly appreciated.
9 INFORMATION REGARDING WAITING LIST CLIENTS: Client must call New Beginnings every Monday to check in on residency status. Client must leave a message on the machine, up to midnight or speak to New Beginnings staff during office hours 9:00am to 5:00pm. If a client misses a Monday check in it will affect their status on residency. Clients are welcome to come to meetings and church services. The meeting schedule is as follows: Monday Night Loved Ones and Family Recovery Group: Open to addicts and families. This meeting provides education on addiction and information on beneficial coping with a loved one struggling with addiction. This meeting is held from 7-8pm at the Freedom Hall Recovery Center 2266 Wakefield Mound Rd. Piketon, Ohio Tuesday Night Addicts Only Meeting: This meeting is held from 7-8pm at Freedom Hall Recovery Center located at 2266 Wakefield Mound Rd. Piketon, OH
10 New Residents: WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU (If possible): Hygiene Items Toiletries Bible Casual Slacks & shirts Calling Card Dress slacks & shirts Notebooks Work Clothes Pens Athletic Clothes Shoes Under Garments Shower Shoes Twin Bed Sheets, Pillow Towels/Wash Cloths Comforter WHAT NOT TO BRING WITH YOU: Suit Cases or Back Packs, all clothing and items must be brought in by disposable bags only. Cell Phones Books Magazines CD player, CD s or MP3 Player, IPod TV, DVD Player or DVD Movies Motor Vehicle Cut-off shorts or shirts Knife or weapon Pets Laptops/iPads T-shirts with derogatory slogans/drawings Paraphernalia/drugs of any kind YOU AND YOUR BELONGINGS WILL BE THOROUGHLY SEARCHED ON THE DAY OF ADMISSION. ITEMS DEEMED UNSUITABLE WILL BE CONFISCATED AND EITHER STORED OR DESTROYED. All CLOTHING WILL BE PLACED IN THE DRYER FOR 30 MINUTES DURING THE ADMISSION PROCESS. IT IS A FELONY TO BRING DRUGS ON THE PROPERTY AND YOU WILL BE PROSECUTED!
11 In Need of Recovery help please call or Freedom Hall Recovery Center Wakefield Mound Road Piketon, Ohio Worship Center: 2884 Adams Road, Beaver, Ohio Worship Times: Sunday 10am- Connections Bible Study Sunday 11am- Worship Sunday 6pm- Worship Wednesday 7pm- Worship To Contribute: New Beginnings Outreach Ministies P.O. box 472 Piketon, Ohio Or Senior Pastor Barry Pelphrey Associate Pastor Andy Day Recovery Administrator Angie Pelphrey
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