Non-profit Organization - Opioid Abuse Recovery Center in Peoria, Illinois

Kelly D, Fort Wayne

“My sister suffered from Vicodin addiction for fifteen years. She had been in and out of rehab several times, and each time, her relapse was worse than the last. I was afraid if she relapsed again, it was going to kill her. Finally, we found OARC, and right away I could tell that she was going to be okay. The staff was friendly, the manager was exemplary, and the people seemed genuine. My sister is now 67 days sober thanks to OARC.”

Bill P., Peoria

“I’m glad I found OARC when I did. I hit rock bottom, and I just knew my days were numbered. A friend referred me to OARC, and even though I’ve been sober for quite some time, I still go there to talk to others who were like me.”

Janet Q., Indianapolis

“Having an addiction is brutal, but OARC saw me through. I feel so blessed to have been able to get my life back together.”

Sydney R., Fort Wayne

“ Five stars all the way around! Great staff. Great location. Great program. If you are looking for somewhere to truly helpful to kick your habit, try OARC.”

David G., Gary

“I’ve had three therapists in my years battling addiction. It wasn’t until I met Gaya, my new therapist, did I realize that I could do whatever I set my mind to.”

Richard C., Peoria

“Just five years ago, I was a mess. I had no family, no friends, no life. I turned to Vicodin to fill that empty space. After I was hospitalized for an overdose, I knew I had had enough. The nurse referred me to OARC, and it changed my life forever. We created a treatment plan that I followed to a tee, and I also had fun getting to meet new people and building relationships. It was exactly what I needed. Thank you OARC.”