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P.O. Box 11
15251 Pleasant Valley Rd.
Center City, MN 55012-0011
The Lodge Experience at the
Dan Anderson Renewal Center
Custom-designed to meet your recovery needs
Where are you in your program of recovery? And where do you want to go?
Whether you are getting sober--for the first time or anew--or you have been living sober for months or years, the Lodge Program immerses you in the Twelve Step design for living that can inform and transform every aspect of your life.
Based on your personal recovery journey and current life situation, Renewal Center staff will work with you to determine Lodge Program topics and activities of special interest or significance.
Group sessions on specific, relevant Steps are a popular choice among Lodge Program participants who are new to recovery. Other particularly useful and valuable "Getting Sober" Lodge Program topics include grief and recovery, the problem/solution of addiction, and relief from the bondage of self.
"My meetings at home are great, but what I've experienced at the Lodge Program . . . what I've learned, heard, and felt . . . I could never get anywhere else. The spirituality and sense of peace around here is contagious."
Lodge Program participants who have years of recovery come to tune up spiritually, do inventory step work, focus on issues of sponsorship, and recommit to their program of action. Other particularly useful and valuable "Living Sober" Lodge Program topics include meditation, challenges in long-term sobriety, and the source of our spiritual malady.
"At 21 years in a Twelve Step program, I found myself in pain beyond my understanding. Now I know I'm facing issues related to sober suffering and emotional imbalance. The Lodge Program helped me identify the problem and solution--and a plan of action for further recovery."
We look forward to working with you to design your personal Lodge Experience--and to revisit the cornerstone principles and practices that strengthen recovery.
Call today to learn more, 800-262-4882.
- "I leave restored, renewed, and recommitted to my journey."
- --A Lodge participant