Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Center at Forefront of Providing Services for Struggling Addicts

Troy Talbert, Men’s Residence Manager for the more than 100-year-old Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center, discusses the Center’s free six-month program that provides housing, food, counseling, community and rehabilitation services to those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. Talbert, a former beneficiary of the Center, discusses how the program turned his life around.

2 comments on Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Center at Forefront of Providing Services for Struggling Addicts

  1. God Bless the Salvation Army for doing an excellent job in providing a way out for addicts. Aside from the recovery work the Salvation Army introduces people to Jesus Christ ,a vital step to recovery.

  2. Julian Ruiz says:

    The salvation army saved my life ,I appreciate everything that the salvation army does.
    Troy ur the man!

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