Harvest House has made our virtual Evidenced Based Recovery course available to anyone in our nation that is in need of treatment options for addiction recovery in a time where…
When David arrived at Harvest House, he was at his rock bottom. Facing prison time due to his long history with substance abuse, this was his last chance to make his life right. He did that by telling himself that no matter what, he was not going to use any mind-altering substances again.
Jim Rouches is a very busy man. He’s the Director of Program Services at Harvest House overseeing the Freedom and VETS programs, including 121 lives. He spends time in our local jails at least twice a week, working with individuals in the re-entry and substance abuse pods, and bringing innovative new programs such as art therapy to the inmates.
“I can’t believe he’s gone.” The words of Lynda Sauls, a case manager in the Freedom program at Harvest House, echo in the minds of everyone on campus and everyone who knew Mike.
A car accident in South Carolina wiped them out financially, and they had nowhere to stay after they arrived. Jason found work as a day laborer, but it wasn’t enough for move-in costs on a new home.