Finding grace, gratitude, and purpose through the Journey of Recovery.
Our mission is to provide peer recovery support services to individuals seeking recovery by promoting education, family, community, and a holistic approach to healing.
Michael Tillem is a person in long term Recovery, which means he has not found it necessary to use any mind or mood altering substances since April 3,2002. As a person in long term Recovery, Mike offers his lived experience along with skills he has gained through peer recovery support specialist training. He is driven to lower the stigma associated with addiction and raise the standard of recovery support services.
The Journey House is driven to establish community collaboration in order to expand and strengthen the recovery support network for individuals seeking recovery. We are committed to lowering the stigma of addiction and raising the standard of recovery support services.
In an effort to combat the growing epidemic of prescription drug and heroin abuse, the FBI and DEA have released "Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opiate Addict," a documentary aimed at educating students and young adults about the dangers of addiction.
Two thirds of individuals suffering with substance use disorder report childhood abuse. Dr Allison Jackson, a trauma-informed care specialist, makes a compelling case for “connection as a cure” to counter a lot of damage done by ACEs .(Adverse Childhood Experiences)
If you are interested in volunteering at The Journey House we would love to hear from you.
We are here to serve the recovery community so please feel free to contact Michael Tillem at (804) 201-8060 Director of Operations, Kristie Camper can be reached at (804)882-5534
1400 Lakeside Ave, Henrico, Virginia 23228, United States
Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm
Sunday: By appointment