Almost 6,000 people have overcome drug and alcohol addiction since The Salvation Army first opened the doors of its residential treatment center 15 years ago. Working collaboratively with metro-area partners, staff deliver a comprehensive range of care at the 136-bed facility, including individual and group counseling, skills for managing grief and anger, and training for independent living and meaningful employment. The six-month program at the center has a completion rate of over 85% and is a preferred provider in the D.C. area.
2100 New York Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002
Evan Langholt, Executive Director
Captains Herb and Rosalinda Frazier, Harbor Light Corps Officers