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Mission and Purpose
The philosophy of The Shoulder is that alcoholism/chemical dependency is a chronic,
progressive, and potentially fatal illness which is treatable.
The Shoulder’s Mission and Purpose is to provide long-term residential and outpatient treatment
for those afflicted with the disease of alcohol and/or chemical addictions.
The Shoulder’s philosophy is that everyone deserves a chance toward recovery, regardless of
ability to pay. The Shoulder will never reject a client because of financial reasons.
The Shoulder will present a treatment experience which offers freedom from addiction through a
spiritual awakening. The treatment provided will follow a Christ-centered, Twelve-Step model. The
afflicted client will be treated with respect and dignity as befits one of God’s children. Counselors
will focus on recovery as a process of restoring the broken harmony of the mind, body and spirit
existing in people with addictive problems.
The addictive disease is further viewed as a family disease. It is the goal of The Shoulder to
restore entire families to wholeness, not just addicted individuals. The Shoulder is convinced that
healthy families result in healthier communities.
The ultimate mission and purpose of The Shoulder is to restore addictive individuals to sobriety,
successfully balancing physical and mental health, family issues, and Christ-centered spirituality.
The Shoulder is a Christian, nonprofit, treatment center meeting the
needs of those suffering from substance abuse problems. The
Shoulder offers outpatient services for both men and women, and
residential services for men. We now have offices in both Spanish Fort
and Foley, Alabama.
The following substance abuse treatment services are available:
MEN AND WOMEN
1. Assessments for Substance Abuse
2. Outpatient substance abuse treatment
3. Individual treatment
4. Outpatient codependency group for family and friends affected by
someone else’s addiction. (No assessment needed)
1. Residential substance abuse treatment
- Clients live onsite, work during the day, and receive treatment in the evenings- Daphne
Referrals are also available for Department of Transportation evaluations, Suboxone treatment,
and mental health counseling.
For more information, or to schedule an assessment, please call:
Spanish Fort office: 251-626-2199
Foley Office: 251-943-7950
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