Is the Salvation Army Rehab Right for You?

Anyone, rich or poor, can get addiction treatment at the Salvation Army. They do good work and Good Works, and they don’t get the recognition they deserve.

Here’s a testimonial video of a woman describing how the Salvation Army helped her get her life and her Faith back on track.

As a Faith based organization, they aren’t a perfect fit for everyone, but for a lot of us out there who sometimes need a little help, they are always there.

If you need help, remember that with places like the Salvation Army running treatment programs across the country, a lack of funds is no excuse to keep on using.

It’s a nice story of a woman who got the help she needed and made it through.

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Anyone, rich or poor, can get addiction treatment at the Salvation Army. They do good work and Good Works, and they don’t get the recognition they deserve.

Here’s a testimonial video of a woman describing how the Salvation Army helped her get her life and her Faith back on track.

As a Faith based organization, they aren’t a perfect fit for everyone, but for a lot of us out there who sometimes need a little help, they are always there.

If you need help, remember that with places like the Salvation Army running treatment programs across the country, a lack of funds is no excuse to keep on using.

It’s a nice story of a woman who got the help she needed and made it through.

4 thoughts on “Is the Salvation Army Rehab Right for You?”

  1. Does Salvation Army Rehab take Substance Abusing people with Bi-Polar ? My son has been hospitalized briefly before and he’s worried that he won’t be accepted into their program. He really wants to turn his life around.- Mom

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  2. i would like to know if you have a center in louisiana for my husband. he is addicted to heroin really bad and has no insurance and he has been to outpatient rehab at university hospital in new orleans twice and walked out. well this is his second time and today he walked out and went to jail and now i don’t know what to do to help him. can u please help me and give me some advice or tell me what i should do. thank you

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  3. I work for the Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) for The Salvation Army in the Pacific Northwest and wanted to thank you for this article and short video testimonial. Like all SA ARC programs, participation is free to those in need of support and guidance if they are willing to invest a minimum of six months of their life.

    What many people don’t realize is that this program is wholly supported by thrift store and donated auto sales – we don’t receive any government funding. Since we could not exist without the generosity of the public and corporate donor partners, we hope that people will think of The Salvation Army when they are cleaning out their closets and want to give away their gently used/loved household items. They could be helping to save someone’s life.

    Thank you again for sharing this testimonial.

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  4. So true – how much stuff just gathers dust in the garage, or even worse, ends up in the trash – that could still be used and resold by the Salvation Army?Can’t think of an easier way to do a little good than through those kinds of donations.

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