Purpose Driven Transitional Living


The goal of Purpose Driven Transitional Living (PDTL) is to provide a structured, safe, clean and sober living environment that promotes success in the participant’s recovery. Our vision is for each participant to gain the self-respect they need to see themselves as a valued individual transitioning back into society.

Our Team

James Croci
Co-Founder & Property Manager
Lori Croci
Co-Founder & Administrator
Lamar Scott-Johnson
Program Manager & Program Director
Miranda Low
Program Manager & Administrator Assistant

Purpose Driven Transitional Living (PDTL) is a Sober Living Environment (SLE). Our goal is to provide a structured, safe, clean and sober living environment that promotes success in the particpant’s recovery.

PDTL does not provide any treatments, but rather a program for the person who is currently stable and substance free, needing a housing situation conducive to continued recovery from drugs, alcohol, and/or homelessness.

PDTL acknowledges that each participant is at a different level in their recovery. Classes are suggested to help them obtain their goal of independent living. Often participants encourage and support one another to this end.

PDTL provides supervised, structured living in a small home setting. It utilizes a set of rules which have been designed to promote self-governing, cleanliness, time management and sobriety.

We believe that long term recovery is best accomplished when our participants make a conscious decision to turn their will and life over to the care of God. The forgiveness that Jesus Christ offers to the repentant heart is permanent and life changing. We do not require residents to be believers in Christ, however we do believe they will have better success in their recovery when they receive His love and acceptance.

PDTL awards their graduating participants with a Certificate of Completion.

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