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Mission Statement

It is the intent of all the staff at Beacons of Hope to make available and provide exceptional care for Substance Use Disorder, Behavioral Health, and Co-occurring Disorders for the citizens of Perry and surrounding counties. Our main goal is to help people hurt by addiction reclaim their dignity, build a better life, and inspire a brighter future.

Core Services We Provide:

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    Targeted Case Management Services

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    Peer Support Services

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    Behavioral Health Counseling

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    Substance Use Counseling

  • Telehealth Services

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    Pediatric Counseling

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    Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

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    Parenting Services

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    Residential Treatment

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    Anger Management Services

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Contact us if you or someone you know needs help with a substance use disorder or mental health services.

Residential Treatment Services:

Outpatient Substance Abuse Services:

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Beacons of Hope is the only center in the area that offers 3.7 services


Level 3.1 is a clinically managed low-intensity residential service.

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Out Patient Program

Out Patient Programs

A patient’s response to treatment should be assessed regularly (typically weekly and in response to major events in a Level 3.1 program). This is an Outpatient Program.

This program offers at least 5 hours per week of low-intensity treatment of substance-related disorders (or as specified by state licensure requirements) and includes services such as individual, group and family therapy: medication management and psychoeducation. This service also facilitates the application of recovery skills, relapse prevention, and emotional coping strategies. It also promotes personal responsibility and reintegration of the individual into the work field and family life.


Level 3.5 is a clinically managed high-intensity residential service.

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Treatment Programs

Treatment Programs

Care should be reassessed, and treatment plans modified at least weekly, and should discuss when reassessment may need to occur sooner, such as when a patient is unstable or in response to a significant event. This is residential Treatment.

Level 3.5 assists individuals whose addiction is currently so out of control that they need a 24-hour supportive treatment environment to initiate or continue a recovery process that has failed to progress. Their multidimensional needs such severity that they cannot safely be treated at less intensive levels of care. This program is designed to serve individuals who, because of specific functional limitations, need safe and stable living environments to develop and/or demonstrate sufficient recovery skills so that they do not immediately relapse or continue to use in an imminently dangerous manner upon transfer to a less intensive level of care. Individuals who are placed in a Level 3.5 program typically have multiple limitations, which may include substance use and addictive disorders, criminal activity, psychological problems, impaired functioning, and disaffiliation from main values.


Level 3.7 is a medically monitored intensive inpatient service.

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Formal Assessments

Formal Assessments

Clinical experience suggests that Level 3.7 programs should review progress at least once a day, or more often if the person is quite unstable. Formal reassessment could be completed once per week. This is the Detox and PIC line facility.

Level 3.7 programs provide a planned and structured regimen of 24-hour professional directed evaluation, observation, medical monitoring, and addiction treatment in an impatient setting. This facility includes inpatient beds and functions under a defined set of policies, procedures, and clinical protocols. They are appropriate for patients whose subacute biomedical, behavioral, or cognitive problems are so severe that they require inpatient treatment, but who do not need the full resources of an acute care general hospital or a medically managed inpatient treatment program. The care provided in Level 3.7 programs is delivered by an interdisciplinary staff of appropriately credentialed treatment professionals, including addiction-credentialed treatment physicians. The primary focus of treatment is specific to substance-related disorders. The skills of the interdisciplinary team and the availability of support services also can accommodate withdrawal management and/or intensive inpatient treatment of addiction and/or integrated treatment of co-occurring subacute biomedical and/or emotional, behavioral, or cognitive conditions.