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Alabama

The Ark

(Houston) ACRM CERTIFIED


Jimmie Hale Mission

(Jefferson, Blount)


Harvest Evangelism

(Lee, Chambers)


Downtown Rescue Mission

(Madison)


Waterfront Rescue Mission

(Mobile)


New Life Recovery - Christian Mission Centers (Coffee) CERTIFICATION  PENDING


The Foundry Ministries

(Jefferson, Cullman) ACRM CERTIFIED


Changed Lives Christian Center

(Jefferson) ACRM CERTIFIED


The Love Lady Center

(Jefferson) ACRM CERTIFIED


His Way

(Madison) ACRM CERTIFIED


Hope For Women

(Walker) ACRM CERTIFIED


Steps of Faith - Bradford Treatment Services

(Jefferson) ADMH CERTIFIED


NextStep Ministries

(Geneva)


Georgia


Bridges To Christ

(Georgia)


Florida

West Virginia


Brian's Safehouse

(Fayette) Applicant


The Association makes no representation of the quality of recovery services providers.

ACRM STRONGLY ENCOURAGES

consumers to research and make informed decisions that best meet their needs.

The Association recognizes the need for choices for those on the path to recovery. The faith-based community offers a wide variety of services ranging from emergency housing, counseling, short-term residential programs, long-term residential programs, recovery aftercare housing, prison re-entry, transitional housing, and much more. 

Non-Member Christian Recovery Resources - Alabama:


Able Ministries (Lee)
Absolutions Counseling Services & Recovery Houses (Montgomery)

Addicts For Christ (DeKalb)

Agape Life Gardens (Mobile & Baldwin)

A Home For The Lost (Jefferson)

Birmingham Recovery Church (Jefferson)

Caanan Land (Autauga)

Celebrate Recovery (125+ Alabama Locations)

Dothan Rescue Mission (Houston)

Faith Lynn House (Winston)
Family Home & Parenting - The Dug Out (Elmore)

Family Promise (Mobile)
Farm For Hope (Shelby)

Farm Ministries (Talladega)

Fishers Farm (Montgomery)

Fresh Start Life Recovery & Transitional Program (Madison)

Fresh Start Recovery Ministries (Talladega)

Friendship Mission (Montgomery)

Home of Grace (Mobile)

Living Free Recovery (Morgan)

Milestones Recovery (Morgan)

Mission of Hope (Mobile)

Mission Point (Dale)

Mission Teen (Colbert, Tuscaloosa)

New Beginnings (Escambia)

New Beginnings in Open Arms (Lamar)

New Life for Women (Etowah)

New Life Ministries (Blount)

Redeemed Ministries (Blount)

Redeeming Grace Ministries (Lee)

Restoring Women's Outreach (Cullman)

Revival Arrows Ministry (Winston)

Salvation Army (Madison)

Salvation Army Adult Recovery Center (Jefferson)

Salvation Army (Montgomery)​

Salvation Army (Mobile)

Stay Free Ministries (Marshall)

Tennessee Valley Outreach (Morgan)

The Becoming Center (Walker)

The Cross Ministries (Cullman)
True Vine Evangelical Outreach Ministries (Jefferson) 

The SonShine House (Cullman)

Victory Harvest Center (Tuscaloosa)​

Youth Reach (Baldwin)

Questions and resources to ask for before sending a friend or loved one to a recovery program:

Ask for a written list of fees and expenses.

Ask if the organization provides 24-hour STAFF supervision (best practice) or if program participants supervise themselves.

Ask if the residential facilities are Fire Marshal inspected with a fire suppression sprinkler system (state law).

Ask if the ministry is a legally registered non-profit in your state and has a local business license.

Ask if the residential facility has a county occupancy certificate.

Ask if the residential facility is inspected by the county Health Department.

Ask if the organization has a written employee handbook and written program participant guidelines.

Ask if the ministry completed an independent financial review (under a million-dollar budget) or independent audit last year.

Ask if the board of directors meets monthly (recommended) or quarterly.

Ask if the board of directors provides oversight of the Executive Director/Staff (recommended) or does the Executive Director have a vote (conflict of interest).

Ask if the board is composed of a majority of family members (significant conflict of interest).

Ask if the ministry voluntarily submits to one or more recognized certifications or established written standards of care (NARR, ACRM, CityGate, DMH, ECFA).

The Alabama Association recognizes the need for choices for those on the path to recovery. The faith-based community offers a wide variety of services ranging from emergency housing, counseling, residential programs, and much more.