Shelter from Crisis



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Why fight Dependency and Addiction


The ARC serves as the entrance program for the 12 month Men’s Life Recovery Program at the House of Hope. Breaking drug and opioid dependency can be an incredibly difficult process, but it can also be incredibly rewarding. It can take months or even years to break out of an addiction, and the journey is certainly not easy. Withdrawal symptoms can be intense, and often require professional medical help and support to manage. However, the rewards of breaking an addiction can be immense, providing an opportunity for individuals to reclaim their lives, rebuild relationships, and live with more autonomy and self-determination. Breaking an addiction can also have positive effects on the individual’s health, mental well-being, and overall quality of life. Drug and opioid addiction can have a devastating effect on the lives of individuals, their families, and their communities, but there is hope for those willing to take the steps necessary to break the cycle of dependency and reclaim their lives. The ARC is a place of hope and healing, providing a pathway to a brighter future.

A Place to Recover

The ARC, (Addiction Recovery Center) a recovery center for drug and opioid dependency is a safe place for individuals to work on breaking the cycle of addiction. It offers a safe and supportive environment to help people recover from the physical and psychological effects of substance abuse. The center provides a range of services such as counseling, group therapy, and life skills programs to help individuals build a strong foundation for lifelong recovery. The center also offers support groups, educational classes, and recreational activities to help individuals develop coping skills to combat the cravings and triggers of addiction.

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The Arc-Dorm accommodations

Accommodations at the ARC

Hard work and a generous community have come together to make the accommodations welcoming and maintainable. Three 8-bed dormitories comprise the current housing on campus. Secluded and insulated in a 139 acre pine and oak grove, the ARC will serve men allowing time and space to begin their recovery and prepare them for the 12 month commitment of the Men’s Life Recovery Program.

Enter the program through the House of Hope 1020 W. Darlington Street Florence, SC 29501

Please call (843) 667-9000 for further information or questions to assist you.