Endorphin Power Company
We at the Endorphin Power Company see substance abuse and homelessness as both an individual and social problem. Our goal is to address that problem on both levels at once. We want to contribute to the greater good of local and global communities by promoting the benefits of healthy-living, healthy connections and environmental consciousness.
We seek to cultivate an environment in which individuals and communities foster health, happiness, and awareness through the “Four Pillars” of education, exercise, community and service to others.
The Endorphin Power Company’s Four-Pillar Program is designed to span twelve months. EPC’s residents may choose to work choose to work other recovery programs concurrently, but residents’ first priority is to the Four Pillars.
Recovery is not merely about giving up bad habits; it is about developing a new lifestyles, new friends, and new interests. At EPC you will learn skills and acquire useful tools to help you gain control of your internal and external lives, and to become a productive citizens and community member who does more than just stay clean and sober.
At EPC we assume residents willingly participate in EPC’s program because they have chosen to be here. Residents should recognize that living at EPC presents a unique opportunity to li e in an environment that actively supports their efforts to develop good lifelong habits. Spending a minimum of 30 minutes a day on each pillar amounts to 2–hour per day investment towards a healthier, more meaningful life. That should leave plenty of time for work, chores, other meetings, recreation and sleep.
Multiple support groups on a daily basis
Community fitness center
Jeffrey Holland, LCSW