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Need Help? We are Here for You!

We welcome all people, without regard to culture, race, ethnicity, or religion. We are happy to provide an overview of our program with you; we ask that people seeking assistance come to us directly for help. We will set up an in-person interview where we will discuss the expectations of our program in-depth, as well as find out more about the potential student. During this interview, we will also ask for and record of some personal information to ensure that there are proper accountability of our monetary donations.

Qualifications for Assistance

You must be committed to making positive changes in your life in order to better your situation.
You must have a family history of substance abuse either through spouse, self, or children to qualify for our recovery classes.
If you are not working, you must actively be looking for employment.
You must be drug and alcohol free. We reserve the right to administer random drug tests at our discretion.
Potential members or students must be able to get to our facility for an in-person interview.