Outpatient Office: 1015 East 6th Avenue
Hours: Mon-Thurs 9:00am-6:30pm, Fri 9:00am-5:00pm
Outpatient/Administrative Offices: (907) 276-2898
Residential Programs: (907) 743-8701
Administrator: Major Scott Nicloy
Our Mission: to provide affordable, appropriate, accessible professional treatment of adult individuals who suffer from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. The Mission of The Salvation Army Clitheroe Center is to improve the quality of life for all Alaskans seeking treatment for substance abuse through culturally relevant evidence-based practices to contribute to lifetime recovery.
The Salvation Army Clitheroe Center is Alaska's largest comprehensive substance abuse and dual diagnosis treatment program. We provide professional and affordable treatment services to adults who are addicted to alcohol and other drugs. Our personalized programs of recovery offer clients and their families the opportunity to access services in a residential or outpatient setting. Clitheroe Residential Programs include residential services for men and women including a dual-diagnosis treatment program for individuals with mental health issues and assessments. The Outpatient Program provides family services, counseling, and support for those who would benefit from or have completed inpatient treatment or are not in need of inpatient treatment.
- Individual assessments
- Residential programs
- Outpatient counseling
- Continuing care groups
- Family support groups
We believe that clients who invest in their treatment program increase their chance for a successful outcome. We are able to accept most insurance plans, Medicaid, personal checks, MC, VISA, Discover Card and in certain cases, vouchers from other agencies.
The Salvation Army Clitheroe Center is licensed and funded, in part, by the Department of Behavior Health through the State of Alaska.The program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
Our staff is a multi-disciplinary team which includes degreed professionals, state-certified substance abuse counselors and individuals with many years of experience in recovery. Staff work closely with agencies of the criminal justice system, including Department of Corrections furlough, Adult Probation, Federal Probation, therapeutic Courts and the Acohol Safe Action Program (ASAP).
Help and Information
If you are in need of a confidential drug and alcohol assessment, please call 276-2898 for information. (see below for Assessment application.)
For information about Clitheroe's residential programs, including Journeys, Crossroads (men only), Reflections (women only), or outpatient services, please call us at: 907-276-2898.