The Recovering Communities of Step Ahead (RCOSA)Welcomes You!
We are an organization that, since 1992, has been dedicated to providing recovering persons a safe, structured, supportive, and enriching post-treatment, community-based living environment- conducive for building a foundation for a Lifetime of Sobriety.
We welcome anyone who has a strong and sincere desire to continue on the journey we know of as “Recovery”.
Those who possesses the desire and the internal motivation necessary to be willing to learn and implement our New Design For Living will learn how to lead a self-directed plan of Recovery.
For over 21 years, RCOSA has provided recovering persons the opportunity for the attainment of higher levels of Peace, Serenity, Emotional, and Spiritual growth.
RCOSA offers Self-Help meetings, (utilizing our new design for living from: the 12 Steps & 12 Traditions, and the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous), Group, Individual, and Family sessions with experienced Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors.
John Meissner CADC has been in the field of recovery and has been a counselor for over 31 years. He has been dedicated to helping RCOSA’s residents since 1996.
Nick Benedetto CADC has been working with RCOSA since 2009 and brings to RCOSA over 16 years of experience in this field.
We welcome you to our Community.
Steve Greenberg BA, CADC, LCDC-I
Services and Pricing:
The 3-Month Minimum Stay Required, inclusive of:
90 days of friendship and fellowship
24 group recovery sessions
6 individual recovery sessions
3 family recovery sessions
3 community Pizza/Movie nights
*Our average length of stay is just under 10 months and residents are welcome (and encouraged) to remain at RCOSA as long as they wish/need.
Pricing for the 3-month minimum requirement:
$3600 and $3000 depending on availability at each building. $1200 or $1000 due upon admission.
Included in our prices are the following: 2 group recovery sessions per week, one in-house Self-Help meeting per week, individual and family recovery sessions as needed, utilities, cable, wireless internet, phone, drug and alcohol screens, cleaning supplies, other household essentials, and some of the best fellowship around.
“Practical experience shows that nothing will so much insure immunity from drinking as intensive work with other alcoholics.”
P89 Chapter 7: “Working With Others”, Big Book, 3rd Edition