Our students are considered successful and eligible for graduation once they have fulfilled specific requirements. These requirements include six months of sobriety, four months of steady employment, active involvement with a local church, a minimum savings of $1,000, a financial management plan, evidences of leadership, regular meetings with a support network, and a strong Next Steps Plan. Additionally, students will treat others with respect and dignity throughout their stay, have positive evaluations from their employers, and include paying off outstanding balances or debt in their financial plans.
After completing these requirements, a student will graduate from the program and receive a certificate of graduation. These practices must continue post-graduation to have life-long change.