The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center ministries in the United States provide an in-residence rehabilitation program with a focus on basic necessities. Each beneficiary (program participant) is provided with a clean and healthy living environment, good food, work therapy, leisure time activities, group and individual counseling, spiritual direction, and resources to assist each person to develop life skills and a personal relationship with God as provided by Jesus Christ.
Anyone is welcome, as long as they are willing to participate in a Christian program of recovery and willing to work within the organization as they undergo treatment, as a way of funding their stay. Salvation Army ARC rehabs generally run for 6 months or longer, you can get in for free and all of your food, shelter and clothing will be provided free of charge during this period. The Salvation Army, provides sober sanctuary for those with nowhere else to go and changing lives for the better across the nation.
After talking to a few people about salvation army’s so called rehab center, I can honestly say it’s a joke. They abuse the rehab name to get non profit status, while selling all the free donations at a high dollar.
The people in their rehab center are treated as slaves in their sweat shop. 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, for a measly $4.00 for 40 hours of work.
They force people off their mental health medication, then kick the ones out who need help the most if they have a mental health breakdown. Certain counselors have the audacity to call people degrading names.
This place is a joke and I have a lot more to say, but 1st I will be contacting the proper authorities about their dishonesty. Rockford Salvation Army is corrupt.
If you think you are going there for help, think again, they use vulnerable people for their slave labor and treat them like dirt. What angers me the most, is they are using the rehab center as nothing more than a front to be classified as a not for profit venue, to evade tax and get free slave labor for their sweat shop. Good place to stay away from if you truly need help.
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