Project Morning Star, Residential Recovery is a non profit sober living environment providing transitional housing to individuals who are in recovery from drugs/alcohol or domestic violence. In one home, we provide housing for up to 5 women and her children. In the second home, we provide housing for up to 5 males.
Project Morning Star Residential Recovery's mission is to provide a safe, structured, and sober living environment to those in long-term recovery. Our goal is to foster the necessary spiritual growth, emotional stability, and personal integrity to allow our residents to pursue rewarding lives, free from the burdens of addiction and abuse.
"The cost of dealing with the effects of drugs and alcohol abuse can either be measured in dollars we spend on prevention, treatment, and recovery...or it can be measured in ruined lives, divorce rates, lost work productivity, and prison statistics. The choice in our." Dennis C. Daley PhD.
Initial treatment of an addiction can be accomplished in many different settings-hospitals, clinics, and even prisons. But the true test of any recovery comes in the weeks and months after the individual leaves those intensive and protective environments.
We know that one of the most crucial times in any recovery is the period after the individual leaves treatment and re-enters the community on their own. By making that transition into a sober-living environment, the person in recovery increases their chances for a successful, long term recovery by fifty percent.
Project Morning Star’s residential facility is located on a six acre homestead, south of Worthington, MN. Our facility provides separate housing for men and women. The peaceful, rural setting provides a sense of safety and serenity not found in crowded rural areas.
In this environment, our residents can find the support, structure, and stability needed to succeed in their long-term recovery, while preparing for reentry into the community, and making plans for the future.