Residential Treatment


The Residential program provides an intensive environment for adults to address their struggle with substance abuse and addiction. Further, this 30 to 45-day program includes 24-hour care. Also, the program is led by a team of licensed counselors and medical professionals, ordained clergy, and peer counselors. Additionally, the Residential program utilizes a biblical and evidence-based curriculum and weaves learning experiences, activities, and counseling together. So, by integrating these approaches, we provide each client with the knowledge, encouragement, and daily skills necessary to experience true hope and freedom. Afterward, a structured post-treatment plan is provided for each client.


Program description:

  • Short term, 30-45 days
  • Located just outside Bloomington, IN
  • Beautiful facility set on 95 acres with nature trails, a pond, a beach, and fire pits
  • 3 hours of individual therapy per week
  • 35 hours of group therapy per week
  • Spiritual discipleship
  • Experiential therapy
  • Menu is overseen by a professional chef
  • Fitness activities
  • Recreational activities
What to bring

Patients should expect to bring toiletries, clothing, identification, and any necessary medication. Patients must also bring the following:


  • Photo ID: Driver’s License or Passport
  • Medical Insurance Cards
  • Medication list including dosages and all known allergies to medications
  • Comfortable clothing and shoes (pack enough for one week)
  • Athletic shoes and clothing for recreation
  • Alcohol-free and non-aerosol toiletries
  • Toothbrush, toothpaste, shaving items, and a hairdryer
  • For winter clients, bring a coat, gloves, a hat, and hiking boots/shoes
  • Bible (recommended)
What NOT to bring
  • Cash, checkbook, credit cards, or debit cards
  • Over the counter medication
  • Heating pads or electric blankets
  • Perfume, cologne, or aftershave
  • Knives, scissors, sharp objects, and other items that could be considered weapons
  • Cell phones, laptops, tablets, cameras, video games, or DVDs
  • Clothing with profanity or references to drugs, sex, or alcohol