We Are Still Open!
The Healing Place services are still being offered at all levels of our program including detox and the overnight shelter with additional admission screenings.
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Whether you need a place to sober up or a program to recover, The Healing Place is open to individuals of all backgrounds, 24/7, and it’s absolutely free.
If you or a loved one are in immediate need of a place to sober up, a warm meal, and a warm bed — go to one of our Recovery Centers now.
The Healing Place also offers a long-term residential recovery program. The only requirement is that you have a sincere desire to recover from your addiction and change your life. To get started in our program, call one of our Recovery Centers to the right.
The Healing Place recognizes that there is a great need for substance abuse services across the country. Each person who requests admission to our programs will be considered on a case by case basis. However, we are not able to provide services to everyone who requests admission.
In order to be admitted into one of our programs, a prospective client must pre-screen on the appropriate campus. We are a first come, first served, open door program. There is no process for admission into our programs unless the individual can come to our facility for pre-screening.
How to Tell if You’re an Alcoholic or Addict
Try to answer the following questions honestly.
- Have you ever tried to cut down on your drug or alcohol usage?
- Has your drinking or drug use ever annoyed a friend or relative?
- Do you ever feel guilty about your drug or alcohol use?
- Have you ever used drugs or alcohol as an “eye opener” in the morning?
If you answer “yes” to two or more of these questions, you should seek help.