The Common Bond Recovery Center was founded in 1993 and re-incorporated by Holden Clarke and the new Board of Directors in 2001. What started as one man’s mission has grown to encompass seven unique houses on the CBRC grounds. The Common Bond Recovery Center (CBRC) is a four-phase program for men at least 18 years of age and Veterans with alcohol and drug abuse problems. We are a faith-based, non-profit, residential treatment center cultivating clients to rebuild whole, sober and productive lives by providing an environment of hope and healing as each client climbs out of their addiction and transitions into independent living. The CBRC provides a welcoming and supportive community to residents with alcohol and drug addictions and those suffering from deteriorating life-styles. Residents, who are committed to making a change, can gain the confidence, tools and skills they need to live successful autonomous lives.
With a set daily schedule, individual support, and clean, sober social activities our residents learn to live without alcohol or drugs. We show people the steps to find the way back from the nightmare of addiction.
At Common Bond Recovery Center We:
• Introduce the process of recovery using the foundations of the 12-step program
• Change behavior associated with chemical dependency and work to eliminate the feelings of hopelessness
• Help people become self-sufficient
• Teach life skills to transition into sober living
• Develop healthy relationships
Since 1993, we have been an industry leader in providing the answers individuals and their families need related to drug and alcohol treatment. Our substance abuse treatment programs treat the whole person with Residential, Day Treatment and Aftercare. We also provide treatment to those who are challenged with a Co-Occurring/Dual-Diagnosed mental health problem. Common Bond Recovery Center drug and alcohol treatment programs are innovative, effective and cost-efficient. We are an organization that has always been sensitive to the cost of care and will provide affordable treatment that is within your reach.
At Common Bond Recovery our whole person approach to treatment is effective for a myriad of individual needs. Our holistic long-term treatment, rehabilitation and recovery services implement a comprehensive curriculum to facilitate each individual’s process of change from addiction and alienation to success and wholeness. CBRC residential long-term recovery center is ideally suited for successful addiction rehabilitation, providing an environment that promotes hope and healing.
Our Four Phases year long program of recovery, which we have found improves rehabilitating rates verses conventional chemical addiction treatment centers, teach the techniques that help people stop the cycle of addiction and help them understand why they became addicted.
Board of Directors
Jim Phyfer, Chairman
David C. McNair, Secretary
Mark Fields, Treasurer