Drugs and Alcohol
Shepherd's House believes alcohol and drug addiction is a chronic, progressive, fatal disease. It is the third leading cause of death in America today and a major contributing factor in the top 11 causes of death in the U.S. The most frightening statistic of all, is that anyone in American that can become an alcoholic, will . . .!
Our facility is comprised of highly motivated, experienced staff, most of whom are recovering themselves. We believe that addiction to alcohol and drugs is a disease that is treatable. This recovery program is dedicated to helping the reluctant to recover from substance abuse.
This program is successful because we focus on Christianity first. Our founder believes that each clients needs to find a sponsor, but common sense dictates that that sponsor may or may not be available at 2 AM . . . . but Jesus Christ is available 24/7.
At Shepherd's House clients start hearing that there is hope and they begin to learn how to have a personal relationship with The Lord. Shepherd's House offers two distinct yet overlapping 12 step programs, Christian and Traditional. The traditional 12-Step AA/NA/CA meetings support individuals who begin a journey of faith, based on God as the source of recovery, so they may better understand Him as presented in Alcoholics Anonymous. The Christian program presents a Christ centered biblical approach to recovery from alcohol and drug addiction.
We believe in our client's inner strength and ability to change. Shepherd's House provides clients with every tool to teach them how to live without the crutch of addictive substances and why their lives depend on recovering from their alcohol and drug addiction.
Essentially the goal at the Shepherd's House is to rebuild the individuals, who society views as the 'hopeless', into sober, productive assets to this community. Relieving the welfare roles and putting the 'unemployable' back into society employed and empowered with a vision of hope for the future. The miracle of recovery can be yours!
- Call (260) 424-2500 to schedule an intake interview to be done in -person or by telephone.
- Upon completion of the interview, it will be determined if the potential client meets admission criteria.
- If approved for admission, you may be placed on a waiting list. It is your responsibility to call weekly to inform Shepherd's House of your continuing interest in and availability for the program when an opening becomes available.
- If denied admission, you will be provided with appropriate referrals to other agencies.
- An intake fee is due upon admission.