Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center – Clitheroe Center’s main goal is to regain the patients from the addiction from alcohol and other drugs. Their program of recovery is based on the bible and their ministry is driven by the love of God. They excel in offering programs that are rooted with a passion to serve God by mean of serving the patients who are vulnerable, hopeless, helpless, the needy and the poor.
Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center’s mission is to enhance the lives of all addicts in Alaskans who are seeking treatment for drug addiction through culturally related affirmation-based practices in order to recover. They provide Inpatient – Crossroads Program for men whose lives were critically harmed by drug abuse. They also provide the outpatient program in which they care for the patients even after the overcome of the struggle.
The staff is so considerate and kind. They don’t treat you like less of a pers... Read MoreCooper
I had no idea how much I would benefit from their services. Anyone struggling wi... Read MoreSanvi
I like their policies: No weapons of any kind, No Alcohol or Narcotics, Visitati... Read MoreJammy
Good treatment option for adults who are duel diagnosis. The staff is patient an... Read MoreJefferson Earl
Amazing staff, amazing amenities, super friendly and caring. A great place to ge... Read MoreTim D
Forever grateful to these 3 amigos and the program I was in! time to move forwar... Read MoreSCV_alum DCI Champ
She has a whole new out look on life now and has been free of addiction for a ye... Read MoreForni
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I can't stress how awesome this place is. It's not perfect, because no place is,... Read MoreMo Saddiq
The staff was incredible. Our experience was more positive than we could have ev... Read MoreCampbell
The Salvation Army’s mission statement clearly states that we are part of the universal Christian Church. Our faith is what compels us to serve the needs of others through our social service ministry.
Since 1898, when The Salvation Army began its social service work in Alaska, the organization has grown into one of the largest social service providers in the state, providing a wide array of services–from spiritual aid and family emergency assistance to senior services and youth programs.