Rehab Centers

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Rehab Centers

Rehab Center
Rehab Centers

There are many people out there who cannot afford to pay for private health care coverage and services. Many people who have a drug problem are living on the streets are cannot afford these services either. For those people, drug rehab and alcohol rehab would not be a feasible option at all. Because of this, they believe that there is no option for them to rehabilitate their addictions. However, it is important for them to know that there are options out there for these people through the Salvation Army. The Salvation Army provides drug rehab and alcohol rehab options for those who cannot afford better or more adequate care. The individual must go there under their own wishes and be sober at the time of arrival, but other than that, there are no requirements or restrictions that would prevent anyone who cannot afford private health care to checking themselves into a rehab center provided by the Salvation Army. These rehab centers provide a lot more than just a place to stay and food to eat. They provide many services and a lot of guidance to these addicts to help them turn their life around. They require them to work so that they can garner some sense of responsibility in their lives while gaining some useful employment skills and experience.

Department of Housing and Urban Development has published studies showing that there is an increased need for drug and alcohol rehab centers that are available to low-income people who could not otherwise afford any type of rehabilitation. In response to the growing need of these centers, the Salvation Army offers their services to these individuals to help give them the support they need.

Supporting Organizations

The Salvation Army is a religious and social service organization and was founded more than 130 years ago by William Booth. It is a branch of the Christian Church and is dedicated to fight the battle against sin and despair. Its social services programs assist children, elderly men and women, families, and those battling addiction.

Gospel Rescue Missions offer to help the homeless and other people in need. All services are provided regardless of race, age, religion, color, creed, national origin, disability, marital status, or veteran status.

Department of Veterans Affairs offers a wide array of special programs and initiatives specifically designed to help homeless veterans. Although limited to veterans and their dependents, its programs constitute the largest integrated network of homeless treatment and assistance services in the country.

Feeding America is the nation's leading domestic hunger relief charity. Its network provides food assistance to more than 25 million low-income people facing hunger in the United States, including more than 9 million children and nearly 3 million seniors.

Women's Shelter
Shelters for Women
Women's Shelter