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Adult Rehabilitation Centers

Adult Rehabilitation Centers

The Salvation Army is the largest provider of free, no cost rehabilitation programs

If you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse, we can help.

Our rehabilitation centers provide a safe place for recovery, while rebuilding a lifestyle free and safe of dependency. No judgement, no shame. Our six month program offers a place to sleep, food to eat, and a new beginning - all at no cost to program participants.


The Salvation Army is the largest provider of free, no cost residential rehabilitation programs in the country. Each year, we help more than 150,000 adults through our Adult Rehabilitation Centers. Our faith-based program enables participants to identify the root cause of being a substance abuser and seek rehabilitation through strength from God.

History

For over 100 years, The Salvation Army has operated its Adult Rehabilitation Centers. This ministry began in 1881 when William Booth, founder of The Salvation Army, opened shelters for homeless people on the streets of England. During this time many homeless people were also alcohol abusers , and it was in these shelters that the rehabilitation ministry began. By the 1940s, our American centers were developing a more professional counseling program, and in the 1950s, hired professional social workers and psychologists as permanent staff. Today, our rehabilitation ministry serves alcohol and substance abusers.

The Mission

We offer a safe, compassionate place where people can heal. All their needs are met, including housing and food, so their energy is entirely focused on getting better. For six months, participants are immersed in our holistic approach to combat their personal challenges, so they can enjoy a healthier lifestyle. They participate in work therapy, group and individual spiritual counseling sessions, educational workshops, relapse prevention and Christian living opportunities. This enables them to develop important life skills to combat temptation and put this problem behind them.

Funding

The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center's are totally self-supporting, receiving no government funding. In order to support the ministry, The Salvation Army takes discarded items that people donate, recycles them and then sells them in Salvation Army Stores. These donations are accepted and processed on-site at our stores.

Find the nearest donation drop-off location and support our work. You can also donate financially to support our programs that combat addiction.


Need Help Now?

Take the first step by locating an Adult Rehabilitation Center in your state. Reach out, and we'll walk with you through the next steps.

Chicago (Central), IL

506 N. Desplaines St. 
Chicago, IL 60654 
(312) 738-4367 
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Chicago (North Side), IL

2258 N. Clybourn Ave. 
Chicago, lL 60614 
(773) 477-1771

Davenport (River Valley), IA

4001 N. Brady St. 
Davenport, IA 52806 
(563) 323-2748

Des Moines, IA

133 E. 2nd St. 
Des Moines, IA 50309 
(515) 243-4277

Detroit, MI

1627 W. Fort St. 
Detroit, Ml 48216 
(313) 965-7760

Flint, MI

2200 N. Dort Highway 
Flint, Ml 48506 
(810) 234-2678

Fort Wayne, IN

427 W. Washington Blvd. 
Ft. Wayne, IN 46802 
(260) 424-1655

Grand Rapids, MI

1491 S. Division Ave. 
Grand Rapids, Ml 49507 
(616) 452-3133 
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Indianapolis, IN

711 E. Washington St. 
Indianapolis, IN 46202 
(317) 638-6585

Kansas City, MO

1351 E. 10th St. 
Kansas City, MO 64106 
(816) 421-5434

Milwaukee, WI

324 N. Jackson St. 
Milwaukee, WI 53202 
(414) 276-4316

Minneapolis, MN

900 N. 4th Street 
Minneapolis, MN 55401 
(612) 332-5855 
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Omaha, NE

2251 Dodge St. 
Omaha, NE 68131 
(402) 342-4135

Rockford, IL

1706 18th Ave. 
Rockford, IL 61104 
(815) 397-0440

St. Louis, MO

3949 Forest Park Ave. 
St. Louis, MO 63108 
(314) 535-0057

Waukegan, IL

431 S. Genesee St. 
Waukegan, lL 60085 
(847) 662-7730

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