Victory Home, Tallulah Falls, Georgia
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Victory Home Overview
Victory Home was first founded in 1959 by Reverend Bill Cadle, which use the Christian learning and the guidance provided by God, himself, has successfully helped over 10,000 patients since the opening of the facility. The Victory Home is strictly a male-only rehabilitation center, offering its help to substance abuse patients who are looking for a way to get better. The Victory Home has a unique work-study program as well as spiritual teachings as a part of the treatment programs at Victory Home.
This means that during their stay, the patients are required to participate actively in the cooking, and cleaning activities around the facility as well as attend to therapy sessions and bible studies on a daily level. The residential treatment program is the only program that is to be found at Victory Home. Unfortunately, there is no option for an outpatient treatment program or an intensive outpatient program (IOP) which are commonly found at the other rehabilitation centers. That is because, Victory Home believes that staying on the grounds of the facility at all times during the treatment program, completing chores and participating in the assigned therapies is the only way to actually get better and make something of yourself in the future. An interesting thing to know about Victory Home is the chance that the patients get as soon as they successfully finish their treatment program.
A few lucky patients get the chance to become the next counselors at Victory Home. At Victory Home, no professional counselors are to be found. The staff consists of religious people, and former addicts who use their knowledge and experience on the topic are helping future patients. Every patient who has successfully finished his treatment at Victory Home is provided with help upon enrolling in school or looking for a full-time job as a way of being able to provide for themselves and live independently.
Victory Home Housing
Victory Home’s residential facility offers to accommodate around 30-40 patients at a time. The patients are accommodated in a dorm-style facility where they are required to share bedrooms with each other. Two-three patients share one bedroom, and there is a bathroom for the whole floor as well which is meant to be shared. Other bathrooms are to be found around the facility as well.
There are classrooms and offices at the facility as well. The cafeteria is the place where three hot meals are served each day. The meals are prepared by the patients themselves. Each week, a different group of patients is assigned to work in the kitchen, following a weekly menu. The patients also participate in cleaning the facility and the outside that surrounds it as well.
Victory Home Treatment Options
Residential treatment program – Residential treatment program, which requires patients to sleep, eat and live on the grounds of the facility is the only treatment program found at the Victory Home. The residential treatment program lasts for around six months, and there is an option for 20 patients to stay longer if needed.
As a part of the treatment program, patients are assigned daily and weekly chores around the facility as well as, daily and weekly therapy sessions – both individual and group therapy sessions, and bible studies and daily prayers. The Victory Home uses Christian teaching to help its patients get better and leave any troubles with substance abuse that they have far behind them for good.
Victory Home Therapies Provided
Therapeutic services that the patient is given access to at the Victory Home include:
- Individual therapy sessions
- Group therapy sessions
- Family therapy sessions
- Relapse prevention therapy
Victory Home Payment Options
According to their official website, upon arrival, the patients are expected to pay $550 to begin their treatment process at Victory Home. A 30 days treatment program costs $1,500 which the patients can pay using different payment options offered by the facility. Unfortunately, there is no information provided about whether or not insurance is accepted at Victory Home. For more information on the topic, please contact the official staff via email or phone.
Victory Home Licenses
Unfortunately, there is no information available about the accreditations and licenses that the staff at Victory Home and the facility itself enjoys in. For more information on the topic, please contact the official staff via email or phone.
Victory Home Amenities
Regular working out is a must during the treatment at Victory Home. For their daily physical activity, patients can choose from activities such as running, hiking, weight lifting, playing basketball, football and other sports. In addition, there is a fully equipped workshop that the patients can work at in order to make furniture that can be later used in the facility as well as a thrift shop where patients can shop but also work during their treatment.
Victory Home Staff
The professional team at Victory Home consists of religious people and counselors who despite not being certified professional substance abuse counselors they are former patients who have successfully completed their treatment at Victory Home. Using what they, themselves, have been thought through their journey at Victory Home, they are able to share their experience and knowledge on the topic of substance abuse, getting better and putting your life on the right track. Any promising patient who has finished his treatment at Victory Home is offered a chance to live on the grounds of the facility and help the others that may come in the future.
Tallulah Falls, GA, 30573
Where do calls go
Calls to our general hotline may be answered by private treatment providers.