Addiction Healing Center

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If you or someone you know is battling addiction, we’re here to help. If we don’t offer the type of treatment you’re looking for, our team will help match you with the support that is right for you.

Available Substance Use Disorders (SUD) Treatment Options

The Addiction Healing Center is a CARF-accredited, ASAM 3.1 treatment program, offering 2 avenues of support for people seeking recovery:

  • Long-term, residential treatment
  • Independent living and recovery maintenance

Available SUD Treatment Options

Long-term, residential treatment

In both the men’s and women’s programs, our multi-faceted treatment approach is tailored for each client. Three stages of treatment are designed to help individuals take steps toward recovery when they are ready to take them, not in a pre-prescribed timeframe.

Independent Living and Recovery Maintenance

When individuals have successfully begun the road to recovery, have secured employment or earn an income, they may apply for AHC’s transitional housing program.

Long-term, residential SUD treatment

Treatment progresses through three phases. Clients participate in individual and group therapy, 12-step meetings, and spiritual and recovery education throughout treatment while focusing on key areas in each phase. Upon completion of individualized goals in each phase, clients graduate to the next stage of treatment. Length of time in each phase varies for clients.

  • Phase 1. Foundations (estimated months 1-3)

    Treatment orientation, individual goals and treatment plan development

    Primary care physical and medical assessment

    Case Management I (vital records, identification, urgent specialist appointments)

    Vocational Assessments and Intro to Work

  • Phase 2. Bridge (estimated months 4-6)

    Life skills training

    Relationship skills development

    Case Management II (specialist appointments, finances + Case Management I follow-up)

    Vocational and job skills training

  • Phase 3. Transitions (estimated months 7-9)

    Transition plan development

    Independent study

    Case Management III (employment, housing, Case Management I and II follow-up)

    Workforce focus (resume development, interview skills, job search)

Independent Living and Recovery Maintenance

Transitional housing – Individuals graduating from AHC’s treatment Phase 3, or community members in recovery for a minimum of 9 months, may apply for transitional housing (based on availability). Accountability is a critical component of this step-down care which includes regular drug testing, participation in therapy and recovery meetings, and rent payments.

Outpatient / After-care services – Clients in good standing, regardless of completion of treatment phases, are eligible to participate in outpatient services which include individual therapy with a licensed clinician, chapel services, and volunteer opportunities.



Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Science and faith are not mutually exclusive. The Mission’s Addiction Healing Center offers a faith-driven program of care that is committed to utilizing best practices in the field of SUD treatment. Individuals work with a Care Team of specialists who support them in determining their individualized treatment plan. For many individuals, abstinence is the first step in their treatment and provides lasting recovery. For others, it is a longer-term goal, and medication-assisted treatment (MAT) can be utilized as a means to achieve and maintain sobriety.  Staff at the AHC work with a wide range of individuals and help them meet their individual goals, while utilizing a holistic approach to care.

MAT can be a part of treating addictions to opioids and alcohol. It is an approach that is endorsed by the FDA, the American Medical Association, the American Association of Family Physicians, the US Surgeon General, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, and the World Health Organization. As a CARF-accredited, 3.1 SUD treatment provider, the Addiction Healing Center incorporates the following MAT for clients when appropriate:

  • Provided in-house:
    • Naltrexone
    • Campral
    • Antabuse
  • Provided through coordinated care with Access Carroll or other providers:
    • Vivitrol monthly injections
    • Sublocade SubQ monthly injection


Methadone and oral Suboxone are currently outside of AHC’s service capacity.