The Salvation Army of Augusta’s CSRC Program
The Salvation Army of Augusta’s CSRC Program is a faith-based, residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation program for men ages 21-60. During this nine-month program, men participate in group and individual counseling, work therapy, religious instruction and custom rehabilitation assistance designed to meet individual needs. Participants are also required to attend weekly Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings.
Graduates of the CSRC program are able to receive re-entry counseling, life skills training, assistance with finding employment and housing, and supplemental assistance (i.e., rent assistance, groceries, clothing, and essential furniture).
Donations raised through vehicle donations and Auto Auction purchases allow The Salvation Army of Augusta to offer the CSRC program completely FREE of charge to all qualified participants.
The CSRC Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Program is housed at The Salvation Army of Augusta’s Center of Hope.