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Philosophy & Mission

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The Calvary Healing Center Philosophy

Calvary Healing Center offers effective treatment in a full continuum of care for substance use disorders. Calvary’s intake department is available seven days per week, 24 hours per day. Our levels of care include:

  • Detox
  • Inpatient
  • Residential rehabilitation
  • Partial hospitalization
  • Intensive outpatient
  • Aftercare

We recognize that addiction is a brain disease with mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects. Calvary staff is aware that we are dealing with a medical problem that has a spiritual solution. We offer a spiritual and trauma-informed program with a foundation in the principles of the 12 steps. We are also acutely aware that addiction is a family disease and is strongly dedicated to providing top-quality family education and family therapy for our patients. We recognize that each addicted person has suffered a loss of self-worth and self-confidence. We are dedicated to restoring a sense of self-respect, self-worth, and a sense of purpose.

Calvary believes addiction is treatable and there is a “recipe for sobriety” which makes recovery possible. All can recover if these time-tested and proven person-centered treatment recommendations are followed. We see all types of patients achieve sobriety, and we are confident in our methods. Our evolving methods have been working for over 55 years and are now backed by the largest behavioral health organization in the nation. Our goal is to provide the tools and skills necessary to sustain a lifelong, successful recovery which includes the ongoing reward of helping others.

The Calvary Healing Center Mission

Calvary Healing Center is committed to providing compassionate and comprehensive addiction recovery services. It is our mission to take the steps to restore lives and families by providing a secure and nurturing environment of care. We recognize the decision to ask for help is often not an easy one. We can respond by sharing our experience, strength, and hope along the path to recovery. We can realize this vision through our dedication to provide exceptional treatment and customer service to the patient, their family, physicians, clergy, employees, and the community.