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HOUSING

Across Wilmington and Myrtle Beach, our level 4 N.A.R.R. certified structured recovery residences, or "launch pads", bolster a cooperative and encouraging living environment. Each residence has a house manager who is CPR-certified, goes through innovative team building trainings, provide 24/7 support, and assign different roles for each house member. Each of our houses work together to form a community of people working towards a successful recovery journey. 

National Alliance Recovery Residences certification
Launch Pad, Inc recovery house
Launch Pad, Inc recovery house
Launch Pad, Inc recovery house
Launch Pad, Inc recovery house

What to Expect

Your recovery journey begins with an initial screening to determine if Launch Pad is the place for you and which track best suits you. Upon acceptance, our members will be assigned to the proper residence. Our house managers will go over the Launch Pad structure, help members get settled into their new home, and are available for guidance when needed. Members are expected to attend five Saturday Orientations to ensure understanding of the rules and to have any questions answered they may have about our program or our community. In addition to Orientation, Launch Pad members are expected to attend 12 step meetings. We offer recovery-focused groups five days a week in which our members can attend if they are not working. Throughout the year, we have numerous events and activities, along with supporting the local 12 step community, where members come together to celebrate fellowship and have fun without the use of drugs and alcohol.

“Lost dreams awaken and new possibilities arise. We do recover.” - Narcotics Anonymous

Launch Pad family reunion
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