Restored Life Services of Arkansas

Restored Life Services of Arkansas is a non-profit drug and alcohol treatment center, licensed by Arkansas Department of Behavioral Health Services.

RLS accepts most insurances and our private pay fee schedule is based on an income sliding scale. With that said, money should NEVER stop anyone from seeking help. If someone is ready to fight, we are ready to help. If inpatient treatment is needed we will help contact any of the inpatient facilities around the state and offer assistance any way we can. Our goal is to break addiction!

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[10/03/20]   Free garage sale at 3rd and Greenwich!!

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Not sure how long this will be going.

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[11/21/19]   Addiction of any kind is a trap: on the outside gives the illusion of fulfilling a need, we are attracted to it, and it seems to fill a void, and we think it completes us in some way. The truth is we have an introduced a false “god” into our lives which separates us from the truth and many times from the wisdom that we have used for years. What are some of the lies our addiction presents? While in addiction, we mistake:
Numbness for Peace
Indulgence for Abundance
Gratification for Fulfillment
Intensity for Intimacy
Control for Safety
It's easy to look around and believe this is the best solution to the problem. Many times we are wounded, and we are looking for just a moment without pain or anxiousness. While addiction is slavery to a false god, it can also be the awareness needed to a deeper spirituality. What religion labels “sin,” what therapy calls “sickness,” are what bring us closer to God. Addiction reveals this bondage and brokenness to the addict. This awareness allows us to see what is going on remove the false God and become willing to let the real God in our lives. It is through our wounds that we can allow God and others to enter our lives and help make us whole.

We will be moving on Friday the 4th. Come by and check out the new place at 3127 W 2nd Court, Russellville.

[04/21/19]   Addiction of any kind is a trap: on the outside gives the illusion of fulfilling a need, we are attracted to it, and it seems to fill a void, and we think it completes us in some way. The truth is we have an introduced a false “god” into our lives which separates us from the truth and many times from the wisdom that we have used for years. What are some of the lies our addiction presents? While in addiction, we mistake:
Numbness for Peace
Indulgence for Abundance
Gratification for Fulfillment
Intensity for Intimacy
Control for Safety
It's easy to look around and believe this is the best solution to the problem. Many times we are wounded, and we are looking for just a moment without pain or anxiousness. While addiction is slavery to a false god, it can also be the awareness needed to a deeper spirituality. What religion labels “sin,” what therapy calls “sickness,” are what bring us closer to God. Addiction reveals this bondage and brokenness to the addict. This awareness allows us to see what is going on remove the false God and become willing to let the real God in our lives. It is through our wounds that we can allow God and others to enter our lives and help make us whole.

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Joe Walsh - One Day At A Time (Official Video)

Note From Joe:

This song is about my path out of the darkness of drug addiction and alcoholism. The message is that there is a way out and a new life waiting in recovery that is good. The first step is to ask for help. The included links are a good place to start. I'm doing this because if it helps 1 person - it was worth it. It's by giving back that we receive and I am eternally grateful for my sobriety and my life today.

- Joe Walsh

https://youtu.be/xlfCyHbLdpI

Be sure to click 'Show More' below for a special note from Joe. For a LIMITED TIME, DOWNLOAD "One Day At A Time" for FREE here: http://bit.ly/Qx62oa Note Fro...

[03/18/18]   According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, the top 5 most common reasons people who needed treatment but did not seek help were:

1. 39 percent could not afford it or did not have health insurance.

2. 29 percent were not ready to stop using drugs.

3. 18 percent feared a negative opinion from neighbors or the community.

4. 17 percent feared it would affect work.

5. 14 percent did not know where to find help.

Restored Life Services wants everyone in the River Valley to know, we can help with every problem on this list except for #2.
If you are ready to stop we will make sure you get treatment. No more excuses, It's Time To Be Free!

According to studies, over fifty percent of all suicides are associated with alcohol and drug dependence and at least 25% of alcoholics and drug addicts commit suicide. That is too many...
Check out this article for further information on the risk factors and warning signs of suicide. https://afsp.org/about-suicide/risk-factors-and-warning-signs/

Feltner's Whatta-Burger

If you or someone you know is looking for work, a Russellville classic is hiring!

We are going to be conducting open interviews Wednesday August 2nd from 10:00-11:00 at Feltners Whatta-Burger. We are looking for consistent day time workers who can work Monday-Friday.

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Staying Sober Over The Fourth Of July

Hope everyone has a safe and sober Fourth of July weekend!

rehabcenter.net We’ve compiled a resource of fun, sober activities, as well as numerous tips which will help you to stay clean and sober this Independence Day.

The symptoms of drug use are in plain sight, but only if you know what you are looking for.

Please be aware that alcohol withdrawals can be life threatening. If you are concerned, give us a call for a consultation and/or referral to a detox center if necessary.

May 31st is World No Tobacco Day!

For more information on this campaign check out the link below.
http://www.who.int/tobacco/wntd/en/

Hope everyone had a great Memorial Day weekend! We're back with another post about the symptoms of drug use. This time we focused on meth.

If you suspect a loved one is struggling with addiction, here are some general signs of addiction to look for. Keep watching our page for more posts based upon the symptoms of specific drug abuse!

Pope County EMS Take on Substance Abuse

We're back with another video to reach out and educate our followers on the effects of substance abuse in the community. We met with local Pope County Paramedic Larry Fox and local Pope County EMT Rebekah Magnus to speak on the effects of how they see substance abuse in the medical field every day, and to educate anyone who may know or have a loved one struggling with addiction on what to look for, and how to respond in specific situations. We would like to thank the Pope County Emergency Management team for their time and their heart for reaching out to help those in need. Hope you enjoy!

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Cutting and Self-Harm: How to Feel Better without Hurting Yourself

Self-harm is often overlooked as something that can be a destructive cycle of addiction. Check out this article for information on self-harm and how it can become an addiction.
https://www.helpguide.org/articles/anxiety/cutting-and-self-harm.htm

helpguide.org Want to feel better without hurting yourself? Learn the facts about self-harming and how you can overcome it.

Our next informational video is coming up this week! Comment addiction related ideas or questions you would like to see answered in our next video!

Parents be aware, be informed, be involved in your kids life. Know what to look for and know the warning signs. Did you know these items found around the house could get your kids high? Check it out!

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Telling Our Deepest Truths: The Link Between Sexual Abuse and Addiction

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. "According to the American Journal on Addictions, 75% of women who enter treatment programs report having experienced sexual abuse. And according to the Journal of Traumatic Stress, 90% of women who become dependent on alcohol 'suffered severe violence at the hands of a parent' or 'were sexually abused during childhood.'”
https://www.rightstep.com/addiction/link-sexual-abuse-and-addiction/

rightstep.com It was a bleary Tuesday afternoon and I sat awkwardly in a metal folding chair, trying not to squirm. There were six other folding chairs placed in a semi-circle beside me, filled with other women who looked at least as uncomfortable as I was. A woman with strawberry blonde hair, graying at the temp...

[04/13/17]   Help support those recovering from addiction by joining the Kroger Community rewards program!
How it works: If you join the Kroger Community Rewards program, when you shop at Kroger they will make a donation to your favorite non-profit.
To become a part, simply register online at krogercommunityrewards.com and follow our instructions below. Make sure to have your Kroger Plus Card handy! If you don’t have a Kroger Plus card they can be obtained at the customer service desk.
1. Click on Create an Account
2. Sign up for a Kroger Rewards Account by entering zip code, clicking
on your favorite Kroger store, entering your email address and creating a
password, and then agreeing to the terms and conditions
3. You will then get a message to check your email inbox and click on
the link within the body of the email.
4. Click on My Account and use your email address and password to
proceed to the next step.
5. Click on Edit Kroger Community Rewards information and input your
Kroger Plus card number.
6. Update or confirm your information.
7. Enter our NPO number, 15920, or select Restored Life Services from the list and click on Confirm.
8. To verify you are enrolled correctly, you will see Restored Life Services on the right side of your information page.
Do you use your phone number at the register? Call 800-576-4377 and
select option 4 to get your Kroger Plus card number to register online!
Now all you have to do is use your Kroger Plus card or the phone number connected to the account next time you shop!
Thank you for your support and let us know if you have any questions!

The road during recovery can be difficult and at times involve setbacks and failures, along with growth and triumph. Keeping your thoughts positive though every part of your journey can be highly beneficial. Make a goal today to stay positive no matter what!

These drugs are not illegal but just as dangerous. Find out what teens are doing and discuss it. Be a part of their lives.

[04/07/17]   We would like to say a big thank you to everyone who participated in Arkansas Gives yesterday! #arkansasgives #growthelove

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How Do You Score? - Take an Anonymous Alcohol Screening

Today is National Alcohol Screening Day (NASD). NASD is an outreach, education, and screening initiative that raises awareness about harmful and dependent drinking behaviors and connects individuals who are at risk with treatment options. Take an anonymous screening at http://howdoyouscore.org. It could save a life.

howdoyouscore.org You can have a problem with alcohol without having an alcohol problem. Think you have a problem? Take an anonymous self-assessment today.

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It's your chance to win a door prize from Restored Life Services of Arkansas at Depot Park in Russellville ArkansasGives

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Home Page | Arkansas Gives

Every Dollar That you Give will help Restore a family, Restore a job, Restore a person. We at Restored Life Services have NEVER turned away anyone who came to us looking to break addiction. We don't ask for help too often, but we are asking today. Your donation is needed. Today is the best day to give because Arkansas Gives will add to your donation. Please go to www.arkansasgives.org find Restored Life Services of Arkansas and give to help us make addiction treatment available to those who need it.

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Come see us at the Depot!

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Home Page | Arkansas Gives

Congratulations to The Russ Buss on being #8 on the leaderboards! #arkansasgives #growthelove
https://www.arkansasgives.org

www.arkansasgives.org , let’s join together to grow the love for our state’s nonprofit organizations. Between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., we’re challenging all Arkansans to give to the charities of their choice.

Restored Life Services of Arkansas - Organization Detail | Arkansas Gives

Here are some instructions on how to donate:
1. Go to our specific page on the Arkansas Gives website between 8am and 8pm. The link is here: https://www.arkansasgives.org/organizations/restored-life-services-of-arkansas
2. Then click the Donate Now button and make your donation online!

Other way to give include coming to the Depot today between 8am and 8pm and giving to RLS through Arkansas Gives via Square, or calling the Arkansas Gives Customer Care number, 888-836-5404, to give over the phone.

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Today is Arkansas Gives Day! We would like to start off the day by thanking everyone who has supported Restored Life Services over the last year. We wouldn't be here without you!

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Home Page | Arkansas Gives

Want to know how all the non-profits are doing? Check out the leaderboards on the Arkansas Gives homepage, which will appear after 8 a.m. www.ArkansasGives.org.

arkansasgives.org , let’s join together to grow the love for our state’s nonprofit organizations. Between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., we’re challenging all Arkansans to give to the charities of their choice.

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Pope County EMS Take on Substance Abuse

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3127 W. 2nd Court, Suite A
Russellville, AR
72801

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Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
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Psychology Center of Russellville, LLC Psychology Center of Russellville, LLC
2621 W Main St, Ste 6
Russellville, 72801

Provide individual and group counseling/therapies for women. As an ally I also provide these services for LGBTQ individuals

Anchor of Hope Counseling Services Anchor of Hope Counseling Services
1305 East Main St.
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Anchor of Hope Counseling provides mental health counseling for ages 6 and up. Counselor providing services is Heather Hallum and she has been in practice for 13 years.

InHope Psychotherapy and Trauma Care in The Denver Clinic InHope Psychotherapy and Trauma Care in The Denver Clinic
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Dr. Karen has earned her PhD and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She is a trained EMDR therapist and is trained in Animal Assisted Therapy.

Points of Light Counseling Services, Inc. Points of Light Counseling Services, Inc.
1305 E. Main St.
Russellville, 72801

Amber Plugge, LCSW, provides counseling services that support the psychological well being and holistic development of families and individuals.

Heather R McConnell, MA, Licensed Professional Counselor Heather R McConnell, MA, Licensed Professional Counselor
500 W Main St, Ste 304
Russellville, 72801

I provide counseling services to Children, Adolescents, and Adults. For more information, go to www.heatherrmcconnell-lpc.org

Inspirations Intensive Outpatient Program Inspirations Intensive Outpatient Program
1610 S. AR Ave Suite 1
Russellville, 72801

Inspirations is a geriatric program designed to provide therapeutic counseling in a comfortable environment for mild to moderate behavioral symptoms.

Providence Counseling Providence Counseling
211 East 4th St.
Russellville, 72801

Teesha Finkbeiner, LCSW, assists individuals and families of all ages to build hope and healing at Providence Counseling.

Finding JOY Counseling PLLC Finding JOY Counseling PLLC
1110 W. B Street Suite B
Russellville, 72801

Holli Shelton, LPC provides individual and family counseling services for children and adults.

InVocation llc InVocation llc
106 E. Main Street
Russellville, 72801

We strive to help children, adolescents, and adults with a wide range of counseling issues.

Professional Christian Counseling Professional Christian Counseling
814 West B Street
Russellville, 72801

Therapy Focused on Repairing and Restoring Relationships and People

Healthy U Healthy U
310 W. Main Street, Suite H
Russellville, 72801

Counseling, Nutrition and Fitness together to achieve balance in your life. Learn how to ditch the stress and enjoy your life!

LifeLine Crisis & Counseling Centers LifeLine Crisis & Counseling Centers
2192 S El Mira Ave
Russellville, 72802

We are a faith-based program that teaches the Word of God as the primary strategy to assisting in long-term sobriety.

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