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The Salvation Army has more no-fee residential treatment facilities than any rehab program in America.

For more than 100 years, The Salvation Army has operated rehabilitation facilities across the country that provide help and hope to individuals with a variety of problems, including issues relating to substance abuse.

Our charitable residential programs offer spiritual, emotional, and social assistance in an environment designed to help participants live healthy, fulfilling lives.

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Each Year, We Help Equip People to:

Overcome Social and Spiritual Problems, Including Substance Abuse

Through group and individual counseling sessions, spiritual direction, holistic work therapy, and life-skills development, program participants learn to overcome problems, including abandoning substance reliance.

Build Work and Social Skills

The physical and spiritual components of the program equip participants with the tools 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 participants learn to depend on God for hope and relief.

Restore Families

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

Serving All Without Discrimination

In providing its rehabilitation programs and services, The Salvation Army is committed to accommodating all people in need without unlawful discrimination or harassment based on age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, disability, citizenship, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or any other characteristic in accordance with our capacity to help.

Substance Abuse is a National Crisis

The national substance abuse crisis has only been exacerbated by the COVID pandemic. A recent survey found that in 2021, 46.3 million people aged 12 or older (or 16.5%) had a substance use disorder (SUD) in the past year, including 29.5 million who had an alcohol use disorder, 24.0 million who had a drug use disorder, and 7.3 million people who had both an alcohol use disorder and a drug use disorder.

The Salvation Army is committed at its Adult Rehabilitation Centers to restoring the lives and relationships of people who are dealing with social and spiritual problems, including substance abuse problems.

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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.


Drug and Alcohol use isn’t always illegal.

Nine million Americans misuse prescription drugs every year.


Drug and alcohol-related problems cost us all.

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


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