A Private Long Term Menís Recovery Facility
We are located at:
11664 Private Road 1084
Purdy, MO 65734
Contact: Gary De Graw
A 7,000 Sq. Ft. two story facility just off HWY 37.
The Purdy house is a level 3 housing facility
with supervision and restricted movement. If you have trouble maintain sobriety,
always fighting authority, and need life/social skills this is the pathway for
you. The cost is higher reaching a maximum of $200 a week and as behavioral
changes, attitudes, and skills sets are developed the cost goes down and the
The house is constantly being watched as well as
camera placed through out the house and grounds. Terry Miksell is the House
Manager as well as a certified drug and alcohol counselor, CRADC.
General guidelines are outlined in your interview. Please know that you will
∑ Drug tested when returning from a day or weekend pass
∑ Random drug test on demand is a requirement
∑ You are allowed to have a legal vehicle on the premises, after approval from
∑ This is a restricted
movement facility - You can not come and go, or have visitors at will
∑ Scheduled passes and
∑ You are allowed to have a
cell phone, you are not allowed on the company WIFI.
We are here to help support you and provide you with the information and
materials that you need to lead a productive, fulfilling life outside of
addiction. You are encouraged to use your time at TPN wisely. Your time in the
program should be about you, not others. This should be a time of reflection on
the past in order to better understand yourself, the world around you, and where
you wish to be.
∑ Individual Counseling
∑ Anger Management
∑ Drug Education
∑ Structured Environment
∑ Group Therapy
∑ Special needs Counseling
∑ Behavioral Modification
∑ Life skills training
∑ Employment/Job Opportunities
∑ 12 step Meetings
∑ Funds available once you complete the program
∑ Community Service
∑ GED classes
∑ Monthly open group meetings for all that have completed their commitment at
∑ Transportation to work, meetings, and court dates
The staff and volunteers understand the special issues that men face in their
recovery. We specialize in working one on one and in group sessions, helping to
create positive changes in live, with focus on identifying personal problem
areas and leading the client through a program of recovery dealing with all
Gary DeGraw, BS, MAADC II, MRSS
Gary De Graw
Robert Davis, M.Div, LPC
Length of the TPN Program
1. If you come voluntarily, you will be required to stay for at least one year.
2. If you are court ordered, then the court sets the minimum length of stay.
Why one year?
It is our belief that it takes nine months or longer for some men to learn how
to use the tools to stay clean, sober, and deal with life's situations. Very few
can stay clean and sober by sheer will power. If it takes a year to do this
once, is it not better than the life you are leading now?
Giving back to others as well as the desire to help others is critical to
staying clean and sober. Community service is a requirement as well as an
outreach to the surrounding area.
Under addiction one tends to live for the moment, thinking only of and about one
self and ones own need. As we learn to help others without expecting anything
back in return, then we know the tools that you have been given to staying clean
and sober are beginning to positively affect your life and behavior.
We are a private facility
We are a private facility. We are also a faith
based facility. We believe that there is a spiritual aspect to keep on clean and
sober. As with AA and NA, we are ran by or supported by any denomination,
church, state funding or federal funding. TPN is supported by the funds received
from the work of the men in the facility. Working is a part of the program.
While learning the importance of maintaining a job, men learn how to work and
get along with coworkers. Working to pay for their stay and program gives men
ownership and a vested interest in their recovery.
Acceptance into the TPN program
1. You must request and be interviewed for acceptance. Contact us directly or
your Probation/Parole officer.
2. You must admit that you have a drug or alcohol problem
3. You must be willing to obey the house rules
4. You can not have or had violent or sexual charges against you
5. You must be ready for change
If you have any questions please call our Client
Service at 417-442-3074 from 9 to 3 Monday - Friday.
Large bed rooms - for 6 to 8
Locker room facilities
Several process group meeting areas and rooms
for Drug Education, Men's Fraternity, Anger Management, NA meeting, and more!
Large 16 X 30' Kitchen.
Facility also has on site washer and dryers.