Although Ethos Recovery is not a clinical program, we strive to support our clients and outside providers with third-party, evidence-based outcomes. To measure outcomes, we utilize the OQ45.2 & PHQ-9 which provides a quick and comprehensive snapshot of the client’s current functioning across a wide variety of disorders. This is sensitive to change over short periods of time, making it useful for evaluating client progress at any point during their recovery through the process. Given the long-term nature of the Ethos program, we can get a look at how individuals are progressing through the process. For more information, please check out the Ethos outcomes report.
What People Are Saying About Ethos
I came into ethos hopeless, with no idea what a future for myself looked like. Or if I even wanted a future for myself. I was in and out of institutions, on probation in 2 states and a high school drop out. Since going through this process I have gained insight on who I thought I was or wanted to be. I got my GED and enrolled in college. I have gained a totally new perspective on life and how I feel about myself. This has been the most quality time of my entire life in terms of drive, goals, and ambition. I’m confident and can keep my head held high knowing I’ve worked hard for a life I wouldn’t give up for anything. I met a community of brothers I can be vulnerable with and lean on. Because of this house, I show up every day and try to be the best person I can be, work hard, and be a real friend to others. This place changed my life.
I came into ethos at 19 with multiple probation violations, little to no direction, or much hope for a different kind of future. I had bounced in and out from other programs and was not sure why this time would be different. When I walked through the doors I found a community of guys who cared about me and encouraged me into a positive direction. I developed character, work ethic, and self esteem from the direction of this house and the community here. This program not only helped me to get sober but also to become a person I can be proud of. I am truly grateful for the life this process has helped me to create.
Throughout my life I’ve been in and out of programs, Easily fall back into old behaviors and end up back in treatment. I found Ethos through referrals and seeing guys go through the program. This program really presses upon the baseline principles of life and prepares you with coping skills to handle stress. The biggest part of the house is the brotherhood you gain, the feeling apart of, and the support from members who have graduated. Being in this process I’ve been fortunate enough to witness people who have come in lazy and apathetic with not a care in the world and begin going to school, start working and motivated for life. Through this process, I have gained perspective and structure in my life which has propelled me forward. I’ve slowly started to gain self-worth and self-confidence in day to day life. And I’m grateful for this opportunity to get my life back.
Ethos House taught me how to practice the principals of the program on a daily basis. With the help of the community of men at the house, I as able to get a more clear perspective on myself and work on things that I might not have been willing to take a look at otherwise. Eternally grateful for Ethos, and the life skills it taught me