Seeking addiction treatment can feel overwhelming. We know the struggle, which is why we're uniquely qualified to help. Your call is confidential, and there's no pressure to commit to treatment until you're ready.
Drug and alcohol abuse negatively impact the residents of Tampa, Florida. If you live in that area and are looking for help, resources are available. Florida is in the midst of an opioid epidemic and drug overdoses are on the rise.
For further details, call and ask for a copy of "Program Services". About A. The CORE of the recovery program is the levels component.
Adult Rehabilitation Centers are self-supporting long-term residential spiritual regeneration programs which include work therapy, counseling and other services aimed at helping men break the cycle of drug and alcohol dependence. They come to us when their lives are turned upside down. Back to Top.
The Adult Rehabilitation Center for Women is only the second one for women in the Southeast for the non-profit agency that offers a "sober living program. Salvation Army Lane and features a dormitory, commercial kitchen, dining room, recreational room, counseling spaces and a chapel that will offer services by the Protestant Evangelical church for both men and women. They both have overseen such centers in California and Katherine Reed said that the women can best be served in that sized house — which also includes two employees.
The Salvation Army's Adult Rehabilitation Centers are a beacon for men and women who have lost everything to alcohol, drugs, homelessness and other life issues. Watch the personal story of how they found hope and healing from disparity, anguish and hopelessness. Each center offers residential housing, work, and group and individual therapy, all in a clean, wholesome environment.
Feel free to explain your need and to ask about our treatment programs and facilities. We're also happy to talk about payment and insurance. Your email will go straight to the treatment center.
Tears rolled down Jaime Stevenson's face Feb. Stevenson, 25, first came to the Salvation Army to avoid relapsing on methamphetamine and heroin. She credits her time there with helping her become drug-free. She said her tears represented joy, excitement and ultimately triumph, both for her personal progress and The Salvation Army's advancements.
Those struggling with both addiction and mental illness need to treat these conditions at the same time. Getting help for only one leaves the other active to drive the treated condition into relapse. At BoardPrep Recovery, we provide the necessary dual diagnosis treatment to end this cycle of co-occurring conditions.
Our low patient-to-therapist ratio means that guests receive an unparalleled quality of personalized care and support. This also allows patients to build a trusting relationship with their therapist which will further aids in the recovery process. We have highly-accredited and certified clinicians on board that will help guide guests throughout each phase of treatment, from intake to discharge and beyond.