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.
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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