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If you need help for yourself or a loved-one, our no-cost programs tackle the symptoms and causes of alcohol and drug dependence.

Every day in America, over 6,500 people are hospitalized for substance abuse.

That’s 6,500 families – with moms, dads, and kids – disrupted by the effects of drug and alcohol addiction.


Each Year, We Help Equip Over 150,000 People to:

Combat Addiction

Through holistic work therapy, group and individual counseling sessions, spiritual direction, and life-skills development, program members learn to abandon substance reliance.

Build Work and Social Skills

The physical and spiritual components of the program equip members to provide for themselves and others as they set and maintain sustainable employment goals.

Regain Health and Stability

By developing a personal relationship with God as provided by Jesus Christ, many residents learn to depend on God, rather than drugs or alcohol, for hope and relief.

Restore Families

Many who have been rehabilitated are reunited with their families and able to resume healthy daily routines. Kids get their parents back. People get their lives back.

 

 

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The Salvation Army has more no-fee rehabilitation facilities than any other program in America.

For more than 100 years, The Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Centers and Harbor Light Center programs have offered spiritual, emotional, and social assistance to those who have lost the ability to cope with their problems and provide for themselves. Our no-cost programs provide housing, food, counseling, community, and employment as we work to treat the symptoms, and ultimately the root causes, of prolonged alcohol and drug dependence.

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More than 300 people die every day as a result of drug or alcohol overuse.

Every day in America, 114 people die as a result of drug overdose, and 205 more die as a result of alcohol abuse.

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Drug and alcohol use isn’t always illegal.

Nine million Americans misuse prescription drugs every year.

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Drug and alcohol-related problems cost us all.

Costs related to abuse of tobacco, alcohol, and illegal drugs total over $700 billion annually, which is enough to pay every nurse’s salary in America for the next nine years.

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Adult Rehabilitation Centers

The Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Centers are 180-day residential work-therapy programs providing spiritual, social, and emotional assistance to those who are substance abusers and have lost the ability to cope with their problems and provide for themselves.

The program* has no fee to those who meet the following criteria (insurance is not necessary):

  • Are adults ages 18-65
  • Have an official picture ID that is not expired
  • Have a Social Security card or birth certificate
  • Have a 30-day supply of all medication (Controlled Schedule 2 drugs/narcotics are not allowed)
  • Pass a drug test and breathalyzer upon arrival
  • Are not registered sex offenders
  • Provide a negative TB skin test that was taken in the past year (If you have not had one, we will assist you in getting one once you arrive.)
  • Able to perform a work therapy assignment for eight hours a day
  • Will attend classes and worship services
  • Application and phone interview may be required

*Requirements may vary based on location.

Harbor Light Center programs

Harbor Light Centers are located across the country and include inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment programs. To help clients overcome addiction, reestablish their lives, and return to the community, we also provide the following services:

Intensive Rehabilitation Unit

Residential treatment for those who have gone through detox and need basic education and counseling to help change attitudes and behavior.

Intensive Outpatient Program 

Long-term care based on severity of addiction. Through educational and counseling sessions, clients learn about addiction, triggers, and how to approach problems and adjust their lifestyles.

Employment Services 

Transitional job programs help clients with placement assistance, résumé writing, interviewing skills, appropriate job behaviors, conflict resolution, and other workplace skills.

Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment

Evidence-based practices tailored for ages 13-17, with separate groups for girls and boys. A key component is pro-social recreational activities in our large community center.

Anger Management

A 10-week program facilitated by a qualified mental health professional. Participants may fulfill a court mandate by successfully completing this $250 program. Payment plans available. *Programs may vary depending on location.


Do you need help? Does someone you love need help?


According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,
here are some signs of substance or alcohol addiction:

Tolerance

A person needs increasingly larger amounts of alcohol or drugs to get high.

Craving

A person feels a strong need, desire, or urge to use alcohol or drugs, continues using alcohol or a drug despite negative consequences, and feels anxious and irritable if he or she can’t use them.

Loss of control

A person often drinks more alcohol or takes more drugs than he or she meant to or may use alcohol or drugs at a time or place he or she had not planned.

Physical dependence or withdrawal symptoms

Even after alcohol or drug use is stopped, a person experiences withdrawal symptoms from a physical need for the substance.

Break the Chains of Addiction. You Can Help.

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Drug and Alcohol Overuse Is an Epidemic.
For Many, The Salvation Army Is the Cure.


Watch how The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Centers help restore families every day.

 

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