Curt is the Founding President of the Alabama Alliance for Recovery Residences (AARR), which is seeking affiliation with the National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR). Learn more at https://aarronline.org.
Curt has been actively involved in leading nonprofit and community organizations for over 20 years, including:
In addition to having served in pastoral ministry for many years, Curt is Ministry Leader for Celebrate Recovery at The Net.
Tracy has been a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) for 16 years. Coupled with her wealth of recovery experience, Tracy is ideally fitted for her role as Healthcare Liaison for Best Life.
In 2005, she entered Bradford Health Services for chronic pain resulting in prescription opioid addiction. She successfully completed the Alabama Board of Nursing 5 year VDAP program and although this was an extremely hard road, she discovered her passion for women’s recovery. She is now celebrating recovery from her addiction for 10 years!
Tracy has several years experience serving as an Encourager Coach and Ministry Leader for Celebrate Recovery. She is currently the Training Coach for Celebrate Recovery at The Net, which meets on Sunday nights at Campus 805 in Huntsville.
Stephanie is a Certified Peer and Family Support Specialist (CPSS), celebrating 4+ years of recovery experience, and serves as Peer Specialist for Best Life.
Stephanie has a great deal of hands on experience as both a women's program director and a house manager for sober living homes. She brings a wealth of experience to her role, and will be a primary point of contact for potential new residents.
Stephanie is very well known in recovery circles in North Alabama, as she actively participates and networks with people and other organizations committed to helping people live their best life.
Stephanie is a graduate of the University of Alabama, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications, majoring in Advertising, and a double minor in Marketing and English. She is an accomplished photographer, music lover and has two adorable cats named Samson and Delilah.
Best Life Recovery Residences provide a supportive and structured home environment at an affordable cost for women upon completion of an inpatient rehabilitation program for alcohol or drugs (prescription or other).
Based on the Oxford House model and standards established by the National Alliance for Recovery Residences, Best Life equips women with recovery support, accountability and resources to help them move forward to live their best life.
Best Life Recovery Residences is a division of Go Purple USA, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
Caring And Supportive Home
At each of our recovery residences, you’ll live life with other women facing the same challenges as you. Spending time with this encouraging and supportive community of strong women will serve as a solid foundation for your recovery. Additionally, spending time with your housemates will help you develop a new social circle of women that are aware and supportive of your recovery goals. Many of these friendships may even grow to become lifelong relationships.
Our community policies and management ensure that each women’s recovery residence remains a substance-free environment in which you can thrive. Our facilities for women are located in nice, safe areas of town, and house managers maintain accountability with regular drug and alcohol testing. They also provide assistance as needed and may act as mediators if a conflict arises between residents.
Structured Living Environment
Returning to a harmful living environment after rehab is one of the top causes of relapse. At Best Life Recovery Residences, our sober living homes for women offer a structured environment where you can live independently while also receiving the support you need to build and maintain a regular, healthy routine. This structure decreases anxiety and procrastination while helping you manage the increased responsibilities and personal freedoms after rehab.