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FAQ

"Our Mission is to present to men and women an understanding of Christ's forgiveness and acceptance through the study of God's Holy Word and 12-step recovery program."

WHAT IS DRUG ADDICTION?

Drug/alcohol addiction is a complex, and often chronic, brain disease. It is characterized by drug craving, seeking, and use that can persist even in the face of devastating life consequences. Addiction results largely from brain changes that stem from prolonged drug/alcohol use-changes that involve multiple brain circuits, including those responsible for governing self-control and other behaviors.

HOW QUICKLY CAN SOMEONE BECOME ADDICTED

Becoming addicted to a drug/alcohol depends on many factors, including your biology (your genes), age, gender, environment, and interactions among these factors. Vast differences characterize individual sensitivity to various drugs and to addiction vulnerability. While one person may use a drug one or many times and suffer no ill effects, another person may overdose with first use or become addicted after a few uses.

HOW DO I KNOW IF SOMEONE IS ADDICTED TO DRUGS?

If a person is compulsively seeking and using alcohol/drug(s) despite negative consequences, such as loss job, debt, family problems, or physical problems brought on by drug abuse, then he or she probably is addicted. And while people who are addicted may believe they can stop any time, most often they cannot, and will need professional help.

WHAT ARE THE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR PROIMISE OF HOPE?

  1. Have alcohol/drug dependent issues

  2. Not be actively suicidal or homicidal

  3. Having adequate control over their behavior and assessed not to be imminently dangerous to self or others; no violent tendencies

  4. Express a desire to recover from addiction to drugs and alcohol

  5. Be assessed as medically appropriate and free of any illness that requires isolation from others

  6. Be 18 years of age or older

  7. Have the capacity for active participation in all phases of the program

  8. Be responsible for taking own medications as prescribed

  9. Be able to work

  10. Be willing to suspend contact with family, friends, and acquaintances while on phase one (30-45) days

  11. Be willing to remain at Promise of Hope for at least (9) months and no longer than (1) year

  12. Having all legal matters in order

  13. Be willing to interview with Advisory Board if applicant case is questionable-in this event the applicant would be responsible for transportation to the interview

  14. Complete the application

  15. Be admitted voluntarily

  16. Be appropriately detoxed

All residents must have the following items before entering the program:

  • Their social security card

  • A valid driver's license, or other form of valid identification

WHAT ARE RESIDENTS ALLOWED TO BRING WITH THEM TO PROMISE OF HOPE?

Promise of Hope provides the residents in our program will all their basic needs. An additional list supplies and personal belongings that residents will need to bring can be found here.