Addiction Recovery Ministries, Inc.

Transitional Housing
College Park, GA
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P.O. Box 87279
College Park, GA - 30337

770-912-5095 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. Website

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About Addiction Recovery Ministries, Inc.

A Transitional housing for Single men. The Addiction Recovery Ministries, Inc., (A.R.M., Inc.) was founded and is operated by For Non-Profits, LLC a recovery program consultancy. A.R.M. grew from the need of society to address those individuals who have been incarcerated either directly or indirectly because of an addiction to alcohol or drugs. A.R.M., Inc. is committed to the restoration of lives that have been destroyed by addiction. It is our philosophy that every addict should be given the opportunity to recover from his or her addiction because only GOD knows the sincerity of an individual. While the addicts themselves must do the hard work, and make the right choices, that lead to recovery, A.R.M., Inc. will endeavor to provide them with the tools to make that possible.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

There is 1 review

Anonymous - Aug 26, 2019

My husband is incarcerated at Carrollton, Ga.. On drug charges.. He's been to prison 3 times already.. Rehabilitation is what he needs.. So, I wanted to see if maybe your program could him in any way.. Thanks

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