New Destiny Treatment Center

     Giving husbands back to their wives, giving fathers back to their children, giving sons back to their parents...         Saving men's lives today and for eternity.

History


The New Destiny Treatment Center is a ministry of the Barberton Rescue Mission (BRM).

The BRM started in 1961 as a home for alcoholics and homeless persons to receive food, clothing, shelter, and hope.

In 1993, the BRM began a drug and alcohol treatment program, which became state-certified in 1995. This program continues today as the New Destiny Treatment Center. The center is a 65-bed facility in Clinton, Ohio. It provides nine months of inpatient residential treatment. All of the counselors have a Chemical Dependency Counseling license from the State of Ohio.

Mission


Our mission is to operate a chemical dependency program for the purpose of providing holistic services in a distinctly Christian environment to the chemically dependent. We aim to accomplish this mission by providing for the physical health, emotional well-being, spiritual guidance, and economic improvement of each client.

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Situated on 13 beautiful acres in a country setting,
New Destiny is a respite for the individual struggling with addiction.