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Quapaw House Inc
Hot Springs National Park, AR
812 Mountain Pine Road
Hot Springs National Park, AR - 71913
Services offered: Provides comprehensive substance abuse treatment for men, women, pregnant and/or women with children, and adolescents.
Group sessions are staff supervised and individual sessions occur as needed with a one hour minimum per client weekly with his/her personal counselor.
Quapaw House also operates three Transitional Living Centers for men and women who have completed an approved residential treatment program within the previous year.
These provide supervision and outpatient treatment while the client is making the transition from treatment to a productive chemical free life.
There is an established fee for services that covers the needs of the clients.
Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.
Mission Statement: to provide the treatment and services needed to live a life of sobriety.
Hours of operation: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm
There is 1 review
Anonymous - Jun 20, 2019
My son is currently in jail and will possible be up for parole. He has asked to to check into re-enrty programs for him, he doesn't currently have privileges to check for himself. He is 25 year old male. How do I get information for him from you?
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