About Building Hope Recovery Center
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ABOUT BUILDING HOPE RECOVERY CENTER
Located in Reeds Spring, Mo., 35 miles southwest from Springfield, Building Hope Recovery Center provides faith-based treatment services on an outpatient basis. In the past, the center also operated a sober living facility for men, which has since stopped operating.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Founded in 2008, Building Hope Recovery Center facilitates both on-site recovery meetings, as well as in-home counseling and educational services. The peer-based recovery program adheres to a Christian-based approach to treatment. The program's unofficial Facebook page states that the goal of the treatment program is to help clients become "mentally-sound, emotionally-balanced, socially-adjusted, physically-well, economically-responsible and spiritually-alive."
The center's treatment approach blends Biblical principles with 12-step participation. Recovery groups may include Bible study groups, devotionals, worship services, spiritual counseling, and peer-led group counseling sessions. In addition, clients may attend educational classes on substance abuse and coping skill workshops to help prevent relapse.
In addition to its Christian-centric approach to recovery, responses to a Rehabs.com survey suggested that the program also integrates the principles and practices of 12-step model of recovery into its treatment approach. Clients may attend 12-step meetings, study fellowship literature, such as the Big Book, be required to obtain a sponsor, and progress through "step-work."
Although information is limited concerning the credentials of staff members, Building Hope Recovery Center was founded by a pastor. The sole alum polled by Rehabs.com at the time of this writing offered a three out of five-star rating for the staff's level of experience and training.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
The sole alumni surveyed by Rehabs.com offered mixed opinions of the facility. Although offering a perfect five-star rating for the facility's affordability and citing "spirituality" as a program strength, the alum gave a two-star rating for counseling options and reported that counseling was a weakness of the facility. They also offered a two-star rating for the level of family participation.
On the center's unofficial Facebook page, eight individuals all awarded the center perfect five-star ratings. However, no reviewer elaborated on their experience with the treatment center.
There is currently no information provided on the facility's website regarding its costs.
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