"At the Las Vegas ARP we have the purpose, places, programs, people, and power to respond effectively to the recovery needs of the adult chemical addict," says Mel Adkins, Ph.D, clinical program director. Developed as a function of the Las Vegas
By Marlene Gerber - "We see our share of misery and miracles here," says Major Don Mowery, administrator of the San Diego Adult Rehabilitation Center. Last year some 450 men and women found it a place of hope and new beginnings
Harbor Light The Salvation Army Recovery Center, Phoenix, better known as Harbor Light, is "home" to the people who reside in the coed facility. The program is a place of "new beginnings," where chemically dependent individuals come to rebuild
By Pauline Pavao - Administrator The Hilo, Hawaii Interim Home (East Hawaii), directed by Roxanne Costa, was established in December 1970. In February 1991, in response to community and government agency need, the Army's Kona Interim Home residential program was opened to
The Spokane Story The Spokane Citadel Corps, commanded by Majors Dave and Jean Bowler, offers a host of programs to the Spokane area. Thousands of people every year use the Youth Center facility, which meets the community's needs with
Torrance His House, in Torrance, Calif., is the social service arm of the Torrance Corps (Corps Officers Captains Doug and Sheryl Tollerud). David Risher, who once worked with Mother Teresa in Calcutta, became social services director of "His House"