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Serenity House Our Sober Living

posted Feb 5, 2013, 1:26 PM by Kayla Reidel


immediate openings (referrals accepted)

Call Pam 231-563-0558

 Serenity House our Sober Living community promotes individual recovery by providing an environment that allows the residents to develop individual recovery and become self sufficient and self supporting. Our sober living community maintains alcohol and drug free environments with resident initiated and maintained recovery support activities. Also, these residents maybe required to attend off-site regular life skills training, counseling, aftercare services, recovery groups or NA or AA meetings each week to observe ongoing recovery. Serenity House is a Sober Living community drug free environment for individuals with psychological disorders, mental disorders, mild mental retardation or chemical dependence disorder founded by Mrs. Pam Duvall-Bateman, sponsored by Breakthrough Believers Recovery and Healing Center, 501c3 non profit organization. While, Pastor Mark Vander Meer and Pastor Robert Nattress will function as supervisor for organization, and Ms. Kathy House Supervisor while living in the house will function as Sponsor for women residents.

While residency the resident will attend offsite licensed social service programs at Community Recovery 2340 Dean Lake Rd Grand Rapids, MI 49505 every week.

We provide an affordable, pleasant and secure independent living environment for those serious about changing their lives and who have chosen to participate in a clean and sober living community. The sober living community is self run by appointing various roles to residents empowering and promoting team leaders while residency. Each resident has separate private room or shared room with on-site house supervisor, and resident manager to include: structured curriculum, delegation of daily chores, off-site social activities, spiritual guidance and set house rules that is a guide for daily living to meet the unmet needs of its residence ensuring alcohol and drug free living environment. Spacious community areas – family room, kitchen, dining area and living room, computer area, and coin operated laundry.


Residents may be required to submit to random urine drops administered on-site or off site.

Residents will be required to meet with delivery service staff for case management services to assist in structuring one's time, set goals, money management/Budgeting, assistance with referrals when crisis arise to other service providers and community resources.

Residents will be required to get a job and/or possibly return to school to continue their education. This requirement ensures all residents are observing constructive behavior and spending time on positive activities.


Residents will be required to take an active role in the structured curriculum school/work, daily chores, social activities, spiritual guidance and follow house rules that is a guide for daily living to meet the unmet needs of its residence.