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Voluntary Alcohol & Substance Abuse Rehabilitation

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Individuals with identifiable and treatable needs resulting from alcohol and chemical dependency come to these centers for help.

Participants receive adequate housing, nourishing meals, medical care and engage in work therapy. They have the benefits of group therapy, skilled counseling in clean and wholesome surroundings, and most importantly, spiritual guidance.

The program is available to all regardless of economic status, race, color or national origin. Once a person applies to an Adult Rehabilitation Center they begin their journey back to becoming a participating member of society.

The program works, but only if individuals are receptive and are ready for a serious commitment to changing their life.

Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Centers are funded completely by the community's donations of furniture, clothing, household items and vehicles of all types, which are sold in Salvation Army thrift stores. Pickup service is provided and donations are tax deductible. The program receives no United Way or government funding.




The Salvation Army
Adult Rehabilitation Center
5554 Harry Hines Blvd.
Dallas, Texas


The Salvation Army
Adult Rehabilitation Center
2901 NE 28th Street
Fort Worth, Texas




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