Arkansas River Valley Area Council

Transitional Housing
Dardanelle, AR
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613 North 5th Street
Dardanelle, AR - 72834

(479) 229-4861 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one arvac@arvacinc.org Website Go to Facebook

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About Arkansas River Valley Area Council

ARVAC Freedom House serves River Valley's citizens by offering comprehensive substance abuse/dependency treatment. Their staff is dedicated to individuals and families who need their help. They continue to stand ready with River Valley organizations, employers and schools to combat substance abuse. They invite you to come by and learn more about your program. They also have Observation Detoxification services available. The Freedom House offers residential treatment program that requires at least 45 days minimum. Clients are to remain on campus during residential treatment program. Also, chemical free living centers are available for clients who have completed a residential program. This offers clients an opportunity to reestablish themselves back into the work force and responsible living. Each client is also required to continue with out patient treatment and develop an outside support group.

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

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Faith-based Transitional Housing

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