The girl in the photo to the right may look somewhat like your daughter, or sister, or friend. She may have "pulled this stunt" many times. You may be fed up. But the cold, hard truth is that when the casket closes there is no way to get her back. This is why you must believe and know that recovery is possible.
Yes, the set backs are hard. The costs of a lifestyle change often takes the savings or the retirement dreams, but the chance to see you loved one healthy and whole is worth any or all of the costs.
Bethesda Recovery offers a program to help change the course of life for those who have a desire to become responsible and productive.
Call Today! 912-283-8580 Monday- Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Call our office to set up appointment or a telephone interview with our placement coordinator.
Read through the informed consent which can be downloaded.
Detox may be required for your entry into Bethesda. If you or your loved ones are taking opiates, xanax, alcohol or various other drugs, a medical detox is required.
All drugs must be cleared from your system at intake.
It is good to begin to get yourself emotionally ready for residential treatment. Take a few minutes to pray or mediate. Prepare your heart for your new life. Decide to be open to new ideas.
Walking shoes, casual clothes, stationary for letters, stamps, shampoo, hair products, personal hygiene products (all alcohol free). Make up is allowed. Summer clothes for summer and winter; a few winter clothes for the winter.
Ladies like to dress up some for church or other activities, but for the most part it is very casual.
Bring pajamas not gowns to maintain privacy.
Bethesda Recovery is approved to take clients from jail, drug court, and from prison. All clients must be approved before intake.
Family members or counselors assisting those women who are incarcerated may call our office for information.
We will fax or email the consent forms and application forms necessary for the pre-approval process.
Residential fees are set at $600 a month. This cost covers linens, towels, two meals a day, transportation to appointments for doctors, Department of Family and Children Services and various activities.
Residents may receive food stamps if they are eligible to purchase personal items.
All payments are considered non-refundable.
Bethesda Gift Shop is an affiliate of Bethesda Recovery and serves as a creative arm of the ministry. Donations provided by members of the community are recirculated at a low cost assisting the ministry with financial needs.