In the spring of 1973, the Marion Halfway House opened in LaRue. It moved to Paterson Street in Marion in 1979 before the transfer to the Marion Area Counseling Center. The Marion Halfway House started out as a 6 month halfway program for a maximum of 6 men who were alcohol dependent and needed this level of intensive residential services in order to achieve recovery. Today, The Foundations Recovery Center on Rose Avenue in Marion will allow for an increase of residential beds to 15, allowing for staff office space, individual therapy rooms, large group therapy and IOP Room, as well as other areas needed for the residential program.
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