Thank you for your interest in the Warriors Center Recovery Programs.

This information is made available to potential residents to assess whether the Warriors Center Program is the right fit for them.

Important Information

  • Warriors Center is a faith-based recovery program.
  • Residents are required to attend daily classes and weekly worship services.
  • Warriors Center is an intense recovery program with military style structure. This includes 5:30 a.m. wake-up times, room inspections, exercise times, structured schedules, classes and training that help to build personal discipline.
  • Residents are required to work in the Warriors Center work therapy program for up to 40 hours each week. All residents must have the physical ability and desire to work.
  • Warriors Center is not a Detox facility. Any prospective residents needing Detox will be referred to an appropriate facility before being admitted.
  • Residents are not allowed to leave the facility with the exception of approved passes.
  • All residents are subject to random drug or alcohol test and searches at any time.
  • Some medications are not allowed as they can hinder a cognitive state and interfere with the recovery process. Check the prohibited medications list prior to application.
  • Warriors Center is staffed by a Medical Director and Nurse. All residents will be assessed by medical personnel upon intake into our programs.
  • We must receive your application prior to arrival.
  • Any pending legal matters that would prevent you from completing the desired recovery program must be taken care of prior to acceptance.
  • It is your responsibility to remain in contact with the Warriors Center weekly if you are put on the waiting list. If you do not contact us your application will not remain active.

Mental Health & Medication Policy

The Warriors Center Recovery Program is not a mental health center. We are a faith based substance abuse and life recovery program. Our program is an intense holistic recovery support program with military structure. The Warriors Center does accept students with mental health problems or co-occurring conditions into our residential recovery programs. However certain medications are not allowed in our residential programs as they can hinder a cognitive state and prevent a student’s progress in this type of environment and interfere with the recovery process. The prohibited medications list provides information on medications that are not allowed in our residential programs. If you are currently taking medications not allowed for use in our residential programs we recommend that you make an appointment with your mental health provider and you may discuss an alternative medication that is allowed at the Warriors Center. Prospective residents are strongly encouraged NOT to discontinue use of any medications without first checking with your physician. In the occurrence that an alternative medication is not available the Warriors Center will provide you with referrals to other treatment options in the area. This prohibited medications list applies to the faith based residential programs only and does not apply to the Out-Patient Treatment Program.

Prohibited Medications List

These medications or the generic forms of these medications are not allowed in the Warriors Center Residential Programs.

Abilify, Geodone, Mellaril, Seroquel, Clozaril, Haldol, Risperdal, Zyprexa, Thorazine, Remeron

Pain Medications:
Loratab, Hydrocodone, Oxycontin, Percocet, Codeine, Darvocet, Lyrica,  Methodone, Suboxone, Subutex, Naltrexone, Diladid, Ultram, Tramadol

Mood Stabilzers:
Dapakote, Lithium, Topamax, Lamictal, Tegretol, Trileptal
(These medications are only allowed if prescribed for documented seizure disorders and must be accompanied by a letter from your treating physician).

Muscle Relaxers:
Flexeril,  Soma

Remeron, Wellbutrin, Elavil, Seroquel, Sarotex, Seroten, Typtanal, Tryptizol, Amitriptyline

Antianxiety Medications:
Valium, Xanax, Klonipan, Ativan

Sleep Aids:
Ambien, Halcion, Lunestra, Restoril, Sonata

ADD/ADHD Medications:
Adderall, Concerta, Focalin, Provigil, Ritalin

Allowable Clothing and Personal Belongings Upon Entry Into Residential Recovery Programs


  • Work Pants - 5

  • Dress Pants -5
  • Dress Shirts - 5
  • T-Shirts/Work Shirts – 10

  • Tennis Shoes - 2

  • Dress Shoes - 2

  • Work Shoes - 1

  • Socks - 10

  • Underwear - 10

  • Hats - 3
  • Coats/Jacket - 2

  • Suits - 2

  • Ties - 4

  • Belts - 3

Items You May Bring:

Bible, Pen, Notepad, Toiletries, 4 -Towels and 4- Wash Cloths, 2- Twin Sheets, 2 Blankets, 2 Pillows, 2 Bags/Suitcases, Personal Hygiene Products (alcohol free mouthwash only), Clothes Hangers (Plastic Hangers Only), Shower Shoes/Flip Flops, Wallets, Pictures that are in frames, Snacks

Storage Area

All residents will be sharing a room with 2-5 other men in a dorm type setting. Each resident will have a wardrobe, dresser and space under their bed. All items must be able to store away neatly into these areas.