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Our free programs provide the tools to treat the symptoms - and the root causes - of alcohol and drug dependence.

Narcotics Anonymous

Each Friday evening at 7pm, folks in recovery, both men and women, gather together for a time of support.

 

Women with a Mission

This is a great time for discussion and seeking out truth using the bible as our compass.  Each Wednesday at 5:30pm, Women with a mission focuses on life issues for women from all walks of life including recovery. 

 

Adult Rehabilitation Center
(Contacts in Columbus, Dayton, and Cincinnati)

The Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) is a 180-day residential program for chemically addicted men and women that centers on body, mind, spirit, work, and fellowship. The ARC is a place that meets participants, known as beneficiaries, with immediate, basic needs such as shelter, food, and clothing, gives them the tools they need to become productive members of society.

  • For the Body
    • Good health and physical well-being are basic needs that must be met before other problems are solved. Shelter, food and clothing are the first steps for a man and/or woman entering the ARC. Once the basic needs are met, then the real work can begin.
  • For the Mind
    • Most beneficiaries have psychological and emotional problems which led to drug abuse. Through counseling, case management, addiction programs (AA or NA), and self- improvement opportunities such as volunteerism, exploring hobbies, job development, and education, the beneficiaries return to life independent of drugs or alcohol.
  • For the Spirit
    • Spiritual values are built into every activity and program, bringing a sense of fellowship and strength to the men. All participants are required to engage in the spiritual programs, which include chapel services, Bible classes, morning devotions, spiritual retreats, and individual spiritual guidance.
  • For the Future
    • The ARC is a program based on work, not charity. We do not charge for services, but we do require all residents to take part in work therapy which helps make them self-supporting and self-respecting. As the men and women progress in the program, this work therapy prepares them to be prepared in mind, body, and spirit for active, useful roles in society.
  • For the Heart
    • All participants are encouraged to join for the rewards of friendship, relaxation, and new interests. Hobby programs, sports, parties, recreation, and family visits are some of the opportunities that the men have for fun and fellowship.

For more information, please call our local office at 740-353-2400 and let staff know that you would like to attend one of our ARC programs. We often can provide transportation.

 

Cincinnati

2250 Park Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45212
(513) 351-3457

Columbus

1675 S. High Street
Columbus, OH 43207
(614) 221-4269

Dayton

915 S Patterson Blvd
Dayton, OH 45402
(937) 461-2769

 

How we help combat addiction

 

Narcotics Anonymous
Each Friday evening at 7pm, folks in recovery, both men and women, gather together for a time of support.

 

Women with a Mission

This is a great time for discussion and seeking out truth using the bible as our compassEach Wednesday at 5:30pm, Women with a mission focuses on life issues for women from all walks of life including recovery. 

 

Adult Rehabilitation Center (Contacts in Columbus, Dayton, and Cincinnati)

The Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) is a 180-day residential program for chemically addicted men and women that centers on body, mind, spirit, work, and fellowship. The ARC is a place that meets participants, known as beneficiaries, with immediate, basic needs such as shelter, food, and clothing, gives them the tools they need to become productive members of society.

  • For the Body
    • Good health and physical well-being are basic needs that must be met before other problems are solved. Shelter, food and clothing are the first steps for a man and/or woman entering the ARC. Once the basic needs are met, then the real work can begin.
  • For the Mind
    • Most beneficiaries have psychological and emotional problems which led to drug abuse. Through counseling, case management, addiction programs (AA or NA), and self- improvement opportunities such as volunteerism, exploring hobbies, job development, and education, the beneficiaries return to life independent of drugs or alcohol.
  • For the Spirit
    • Spiritual values are built into every activity and program, bringing a sense of fellowship and strength to the men. All participants are required to engage in the spiritual programs, which include chapel services, Bible classes, morning devotions, spiritual retreats, and individual spiritual guidance.
  • For the Future
    • The ARC is a program based on work, not charity. We do not charge for services, but we do require all residents to take part in work therapy which helps make them self-supporting and self-respecting. As the men and women progress in the program, this work therapy prepares them to be prepared in mind, body, and spirit for active, useful roles in society.
  • For the Heart
    • All participants are encouraged to join for the rewards of friendship, relaxation, and new interests. Hobby programs, sports, parties, recreation, and family visits are some of the opportunities that the men have for fun and fellowship.

For more information, please call our local office at 740-353-2400 and let staff know that you would like to attend one of our ARC programs.

 

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