At The EXIT Program, we believe that alcoholism, drug addiction, sexual abuse and other compulsive behaviors are destructive, progressive, primary illnesses that have far-reaching effects on the dependent person, the family, and the community. We embrace offender reentry from a supportive standpoint using a cognitive behavioral approach that focuses on an offender's criminogenic needs. The EXIT Program offers housing and recovery support administered by certified peer recovery coaches, life coaches and spiritual support coaches.

Each aspect of the program is aimed at enhancing the individual's sense of self-worth, self-reliance, and self-responsibility for maintaining personal recovery and transition into society. Improvement in family, work, and interpersonal relationships, the development of a support system and the expansion of problem-solving skills are also expected outcomes.