GOOD SAMARITAN REHABILITATION "Its never too late for hope"

our focus

"I Can do all things through Christ who strengthens me"

Drug Addiction

Drug addiction is a rampant problem in our nation. It plagues our youth and is notoriously difficult to treat and cure. Our Christ centered approach gets to the core of the problems leading to drug abuse.

Alcohol Abuse

Alcohol abuse is a tumultuous disease that can span generations. Its easy access and glorification in the world makes it one of the most prevalent types of substance abuse.

Pornography/Sex Addiction

Pornography and sex addiction tears families and marriages apart.

Self Image/Identity

From self image and identity issues to eating disorders, we see many people come in that are just lost with themselves. We help people to realize their identities in Christ, and show them that they are created perfect in Christ’s image.

Quick Rehabilitation Facts

Good Samaritan has helped thousands of people break the cycle

We take those who are lost, hopeless, and addicted and introduce them to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Our structured inpatient program includes not only intensive studies of God’s word, but programs such as Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT), Cognitive Self Change (CSC), and Relapse Prevention Therapy (RPT) that help people change the way they make decisions and take action.

Our programs include a 60 day inpatient mens program and a 120 day inpatient women’s program that are both followed by a 6 month intensive outpatient program and transitional housing.

  • Percent of men

    That will go on to lead productive, clean, and crime-free lives

  • Percent of Women

    That have graduated the program and remain clean/sober today

  • Percent of opiate addicts

    Will have a relapse without treatment within the first year

  • Number of weeks

    It takes for the brain to return to baseline after drug/alcohol abuse

Good Samaritan leadership

Servants of Jesus Christ who have dedicated their lives to the service of others
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Pastor Tim Remington

Program Director
Pastor Tim Remington has a heart for people. Lost people in particular. He has dedicated his life to finding the lost and giving them hope through the love of Jesus Christ.
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Justine Fellows

Director of Facilities
Justine directs the day-to-day operations of all four Good Samaritan facilities and teaches our Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) Program.

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