We Do Transform… Learning to Live Fully.
We’re more than just sober living. Firebird offers a structured, individualized, and inclusive addiction support community to transform lifelong cycles of addiction and associated trauma. We focus on what already works- personal strengths, virtues and willpower- while blending honored traditions that teach and foster listening. We practice living mindfully, which includes much more than you’d traditionally think when you hear that term.
November 2021 Update!
We have made significant and positive changes to the Program! We will be announcing updates in this space. Here’s the latest:
👉 Initiated conversion to Non-Profit Status by applying for Fiscal Sponsorship [Wiki] as a bridge;
👉 Begun the process of drafting new operating documents reflecting NPO principles;
👉 Identified prospective Board Members based on diversification of Stakeholder values and equity of service delivery;
👉 Supported by community network in alleviating liabilities.
Please bear with us as we continue to reflect changes or call us directly with questions: 844-359-3262, ext. 0.
Personalized, Progressive, Mindful & Fun
We’re a close-knit community creating new foundations of trust. The goal is to leave with a sustainable future and new real world takeaway skills and a healed self and family. We have a blast doing it- that’s a must! Many of our Members choose to advance their education so they can make a career versus an hourly wage, but it’s ultimately each person’s path to choose. To advance academic goals, we pay application fees for area schools and colleges.
Our distinctive program is comprised of two homes, both representing distinctive needs and levels of interdependence in recovery. Our primary residence is lakeside at Kingfisher House, serenely surrounded by inspiring mountains. We have an additional, smaller home, the hillside Redtail House in a bedroom neighborhood in West Asheville. This home is used for a growing population of mature professionals who may be more advanced in their recovery time but still need accountability and community.
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“[My son has] finally found really a good group of supportive and kind friends all because of Firebird. Because of you all, I’m finally getting my life back. We know his journey is just beginning, starting with a new way of thinking and living. We needed help and you all were/are there for him. I’m so thankful, Jay, to you and everyone there.”
– T, Mother
“[Firebird has] been a catalyst in transforming my life. I will always be grateful for and look up to… The example you set for the boys and I is amazing.”
– S, Alumni
“Firebird Transformations is a loving, kind oasis for men who are in great need of such. I have seen my son grow and develop in ways that I thought were not possible.”
– J, Father
“Based on the transformation of my son while in the care of the Firebird staff, I feel very confident recommending them to any man in need of their services. They were truly a gift from God for our family at a time when we didn’t know where to turn.”
– K, Mother
We all are very privileged to experience a journey, every day, from the moment we rise and through the solitude of sleep. We hurl through space while seeming so steadfastly fixed to Earth. Within our bodies and minds, incomprehensible mysteries and mechanisms of healing perform so fantastically that only centuries ago, these would be called magic. Indeed, that our lives have been saved so often from the brink of death is still called a miracle. Why, then, should we call the changing of our lives from tragic struggles to confident newness anything short of transformation? Recovery is a word we understand to mean to get back up on one’s feet- but often on the same ground were standing. Transformation is about complete revolution in way of being, doing, and becoming who you are called to be. enjoy the best discount for designer imitation rolex
A Unique Vision For Unique People:
Restoring Dignity & Deeper Realities for Those Who Struggle
Our Founder and CEO Jay Joslin, who has committed himself to creating community within the culture of Asheville Sober Living programs by raising the ethical bar; lifting each other up in the name of the marginalized. And especially for those who cannot access the support services like these.