The Harbor Light Drug Treatment Program is a 3-month (3 phases) state licensed, Christian based residential substance abuse program. We focus on a holistic approach to recovery, with intense spiritual, addiction and life therapy. It is a faith based program that utilizes the disease concept of addiction.
Residents of the program participate in therapy, classes, 12-step meetings and Bible Studies. An intricate part of the treatment program is the intensive case management. Also therapy is provided by a certified clinical staff. Each client must be willing to commit to the 3-month program and must be willing to submit to random testing for drug and alcohol use. Residents must also be willing to submit to and abide by all program rules and regulations. Participants must be 7 days clean and sober for entry. An initial non-refundable fee of $180.00 in cash or money order is required of clients the day of entrance. After the 1st month, residents may pay $45.00 per week or $180.00 per month. All fees are non- refundable except for verified medical reasons. Residents receive 3 meals a day and an evening snack (1st month only).
During the first phase, participants are not allowed to leave the facility without staff permission throughout this month long period. Permission is granted for medical emergencies or court dates. Clients participate in group therapy three times per week, life skills classes, bible study and church services on Sunday.
The second phase of the program has the same elements of the first phase with exception that residents are allowed to leave the facility after 4:00 PM and on weekends. Clients are required to attend AA / NA meetings within and outside of the facility. Clients are not allowed to work for the first two months of the program.
The third phase of the program is the work phase. Daytime classes are no longer required and clients begin seeking full time stable employment and/or affordable/suitable housing. Referrals and other assistance are given to help them to complete this task. One evening group is required in addition to the AA/NA meetings.