What are the living arrangements like for your patients?

We currently have two properties. Each home is located in a residential community and can not be distinguished from other single family homes. Our desire is to provide a safe environment that our residents can call home while staying with us. Residents can relax and reflect while spending time in the home, knowing that they are safe. Each home is supervised by a residential manager. Depending on the availability of beds, residents may or may not have a roommate.

Do you accept insurance?

Currently, we do not accept insurance.

What does a day consist of at Loaves and Fishes?

Residents start their day with daily devotions. Each day consists of various types of group and individual counseling, classes, and work at our thrift shops. Often times, community volunteers conduct bible studies in the evenings. We also provide recreational activities when appropriate.

How much does your program cost?

We do not currently charge for our services. However, donations are greatly appreciated. 

Does your program provide detox services?

We do not offer detox services; however, we can help you coordinate care.

Can I be accepted if I take prescription medications?

While we do allow and manage most medications, there are a few that we do not allow, which include:

  • Subutex
  • Suboxone
  • Semi-synthetic and synthetic opioids
  • Antabuse
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Stimulant Medications
  • Kratom
  • Barbiturates
  • Any other controlled substances

Can I work?

We allow clients to work after 90 days in our program. 

Can I have visitors?

Visitation is permitted after the first 30 days of treatment. Each visitor must be approved and complete an interview process prior to visiting.

What should I bring?

We ask that residents bring no more than two bags as storage space is limited. Residents will need clothing for work, classes, and church. Residents will need to bring personal hygiene products as well. DO NOT bring phones, ipods, computers, or any other electronic device, as they are not allowed. If possible, residents should bring bedding for a twin bed, a pillow, and a blanket.