The Salvation Army/Harbor Light Center
This is a residential program which provides medical intervention 24-hours a day for individuals with acute physical distress as a result of their alcohol and drug abuse. The fees for these services are based on a sliding scale only if the consumer meets certain financial qualifications. We are state licensed and certified as well as supervised by a licensed physician. In order to receive treatment in this area of the facility you will need to call in and go through a phone interview, set up an appointment and when you arrive for your appointment go through an assessment in person. The morning after arriving in our facility you will see the physician and he will estimate the amount of time you will need to spend in our detoxification service. During your time you may receive medication regimen for the management of the withdraw symptoms and health risk involved in the process. No visitors and limited phone calls are allowed during this time due to the risk factor for the consumer. An clinical assessment is completed during this time for the consumer to decide what additional services will be needed for their recovery to be successful.
This is a 14 day program which offers 24 hours supervised living with high structured addictions programming. The fees for these services are based on a sliding scale only if the consumer meets certain financial qualifications. The programming consists of educational classes related to chemical dependency, relapse, and recovery skills. Programming is designed to teach basic recovery and life management skills to increase the individual’s ability to function effectively at home, work and socially. This program is enhanced by offering adult basic education classes (GED), social and recreational activities, on-site 12-step meetings, family education, HIV education and testing, case management, individual, group and spiritual counseling. Sunday Family/Friend Visitation is offered beginning with church and ending at 3:00 p.m. Lunch is served on site. Also, on Monday evenings there is Family Night Education at 7:00 p.m.
This program provides affordable housing to adult men and women ages 18+ who are in need of temporary housing. A consumer is charged per diem based on the type of room they reside in. We basically have three types of living quarters available: private, semi-private and dorm room setting. Each resident receives three meals, snacks, clean linen, GED classes, access to an on-site computer lab, and 12-step meetings. The center provides this at a nominal fee. The above programs are provided to them at additional cost. The goal of this program is to provide each individual with an opportunity to have a successful reintegration into the community by obtaining employment, private residence and/or community living. This program is not just for those in recovery for alcohol and drug abuse but for those who may be homeless and need a fresh start realizing their need for changes in their lives.
We provide several different levels of outpatient services. Intensive Outpatient Treatment is 8-15 weeks of cognitive-based group sessions including educational sessions. These groups are three times a week for three hours. Groups are offered day and evening for accessibility. The fees for these services are based on a sliding scale only if the consumer meets certain financial qualifications. We are not offering these in Espanol. Education Classses last for 15 weeks and meets for one hour each week and is designed for those in need of basic education in addictions. Relapse Prevention is a 10-15 weeks program and meets once a week for one hour. Consumers will develop relapse prevention tools, skills, and techniques needed to maintain abstinence. Aftercare is offered one hour a week for up to 20 weeks following IOP in order to monitor consumers during their continued recovery. ALL programs are required to participate in 12-step meetings, on-site drug testing, and the family components are available.
The Salvation Army Harbor Light Center offers Gambling treatment in a residential and outpatient setting. This program is funded by INDIANA FAMILY and SOCIAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION DIVISION of MENTAL HEALTH and ADDICTION. We have been operating this program for 2.5 years with great success. If you are in need of help please call 317-972-1450 and ask for Ms. Leslie Bates in order to schedule an assessment.
The Salvation Army Harbor Light Center is proud to work with and be supported by Drug Free Marion County. Drug Free Marion County offers grants to groups who provide prevention/education, Treatment, and Criminal Justice agencies who work with addicts and alcoholics. Their goal is to prevent and reduce substance abuse among our families, friends, neighbors, and co-workers.
2400 N. Tibbs Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46222
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