Tellurian is pleased to announce the opening of our women-only sober living home, Chandra’s House of Hope. The home is located near Madison’s east side and provides a safe, structured, and nurturing environment for up to four women in recovery.
Tellurian offers a sober living home for men who struggle with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders called Jeremy’s Place. Located near Madison’s east side, Jeremy’s Place offers a safe, structured, and nurturing environment for men in recovery.
Near the entrance of Tellurian’s Main Campus, you’ll see a metal sculpture, created by artist Glenn Donavon, titled, “The Doc Lochen Tree of Life.” The tree bears the name of Tellurian’s Medical Director, Dr. Brian Lochen M.D., while each of its metal leaves represents someone whose life has been impacted by Tellurian’s work.
With your tax-deductible donation of $400 or more, a beautiful metal leaf will be sculpted and engraved – with a name of your choice – and placed on the Tree of Life in that individual’s honor. To make your donation and receive your custom leaf, please click the link below.