Taking recovery

back to the principles.

A 12-step immersion retreat
We are a program that is true to it’s principles of healing, which is built on a 12-step foundation.

We know who we are and we are good at it.

What are we up against?

We begin by untangling the deep and twisted web created by the disease of addiction. By exposing, defining and identifying the disease, we can gain a clear picture of exactly what we are up against.

Plan of action

By studying a set of principles and learning to practice them in our daily lives, we begin to lose the desire to use drugs and alcohol.

Ardmore is a very simple program for complicated people.

What are we up against?

We begin by untangling the deep and twisted web created by the disease of addiction. By exposing, defining and identifying the disease, we can gain a clear picture of exactly what we are up against.

Plan of action

By studying a set of principles and learning to practice them in our daily lives, we begin to lose the desire to use drugs and alcohol.

Ardmore is a very simple program for complicated people.

#Live Recovered

To thrive.
To experience a group of friends grow up around you.
To realize that you can be anything.
To understand that the disease of addiction is not a crutch, but a hard lesson that had to be learned to catapult you into a whole new world of existence.
To live a life beyond your wildest dreams and discovering our intended self.
That is what it means to LIVE RECOVERED.

About Ardmore Recovery

Ardmore Recovery started in April 2016 as a dream.

Our beautiful location

Ardmore is nestled into a forest on the outskirts of Savannah, GA.

XXXII: Take Wednesdays Off – Tyson Stark

Tyson is the co-founder of Ardmore, a men’s Twelve-Step immersion retreat in Savannah, Georgia. You’ll hear the story that begins with Tyson wanting to disappear and for his family to forget about him. It then unfolds to the present, where he sees his vision through and gets to watch the love he was given, when he needed it most, grow exponentially in this sacred place.

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Clear away the wreckage of your past. Give freely of what you find and join us. We shall be with you in the Fellowship of the Spirit, and you will surely meet some of us as you trudge the Road of Happy Destiny.

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