Letter from Our CEO

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To Our Patients:

Welcome to Harbor of Grace Enhanced Recovery Center. Our eighty-five treatment professionals understand addicts and alcoholics. They assist with the removal of recovery barriers through conventional treatment methods such as group and individual therapy along with other therapeutic modalities. Art therapy, music therapy, equine therapy and 12-step yoga therapy are all supervised by certified specialists. Quality long-term sobriety is the goal—the lighthouse at the journey’s end.

Our full continuum of care facility is designed for individuals needing additional structured treatment after discharge from a conventional 28-day inpatient program. We help people establish recovery-based coping strategies and identify relapse triggers to enhance their sobriety. We believe in a holistic approach to recovery, with full integration of the mind, body, and soul.

The experienced treatment professionals at Harbor of Grace Enhanced Recovery Center have over 140 years of personal sobriety and over 110 years of experience working professionally with alcoholics and addicts. Most members of our team trained under Father Joseph Martin and owe a debt of gratitude to Father Martin, Mae Abraham and Leonard Angus Dahl.

We will go as far as we can to help addicts and alcoholics—and then take one step more.

Gratefully,

Ken's Signature copy

D. Kenneth Beyer, Sr.
CEO & Executive Director
Co-founder





COVID-19 ALERT

Harbor of Grace continues to admit new patients and can take calls 24/7. The health and safety of our patients and staff remains the top priority. As recommended by the CDC, Harbor of Grace has protocols and procedures put in place due to COVID-19, such as thorough pre-screening measures, a COVID-19 medical screening upon arrival, and limiting exposure to those who are not Harbor of Grace staff and patients. Medical Approval will need to be given by Harbor of Grace medical staff for admission. Due to the pandemic, all patient visitation will be suspended until further notice.