The Transformations Program is for men aged 18 or older who are experiencing difficulties related to a variety of substances: alcohol, stimulants, inhalants, depressants and hallucinogens. Clients must be substance abuse free for a minimum of 10 days (e.g., as verified by physician, hospital, detox center). The Transformations Program is “not” a concurrent disorders program.
To participate in the Transformations program client’s must be medically and psychologically stable and require no medical appliances such as IV’s, oxygen, wheelchair, walker, etc.
NOTE: The Salvation Army does not discriminate based on any disability. These restrictions are predicated upon the structure of the facility which has no elevators, and upon the capacity of staff who are not qualified to care for persons with complex medical issues.
Therefore, clients must be fully ambulatory including being able to navigate stairs unassisted, care for their own personal hygiene, and participate in housekeeping duties.
Clients must have a Grade Twelve or GED literacy to fully participate in all aspects of the program and fully benefit from the services offered.