Our free programs provide the tools to treat the symptoms - and the root causes - of alcohol and drug dependence.
For over 100 years, The Salvation Army has offered spiritual, emotional, and social assistance to those who have lost the ability to cope with their problems and provide for themselves. Our free 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.
In our Division, the Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) provides residential housing, work, and group and individual therapy, in a clean, wholesome environment. Our Turning Point program offers professional and comprehensive treatment of substance use disorders, including sub-acute detox, short-term residential and outpatient treatment.
Addiction Recovery Support Dinner Meetings combine meals with A.A. and N.A. meetings every 3rd Thursday of the month to provide fellowship, emotional support and spiritual guidance for those struggling with addictions.
The Recovery Support Dinner begins at 6:00PM in the Community Center located at The Salvation Army Petoskey Corps Office Building: 712 Pleasant Street in Petoskey.
The A.A. and N.A. meetings simultaneously follow the Addiction Recovery Support Dinner at the Corps Office Building.
Please call (231) 347-3531 for more information.
Through holistic work-therapy, group and individual counseling sessions, spiritual direction, and life skills development, residents learn to abandon substance reliance.
Build work and social skills
The physical and spiritual components of the ARC 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.
Many who have been rehabilitated are reunited with their families and are able to resume healthy daily routines. Kids get their parents back. People get their lives back.