Programs & Services

Founded on the hope for a brighter tomorrow, we are committed to recovery through affordable and high-quality care for all.
Lightshare’s Choices program is a residential treatment program for male clients with felony convictions that are involved with the Florida Department of Corrections (DOC) through either felony probation or community control
The Community Offender Rehabilitative Treatment (CORT) is a pilot program, in partnership with Sarasota County Corrections, that provides 40 beds of secure, residential behavioral health treatment for male offenders who are currently incarcerated in Sarasota County Corrections.
Crossroads is a 6-18 month residential treatment program for female clients with felony convictions involved with the Florida Department of Corrections, offering structured therapy, parenting classes, 12-step meetings, and two phases of treatment to support reintegration into the community.
This long-term residential program for substance-abusing pregnant women focuses on recovery as well as teaching parenting, nutrition and life skills.
Lightshare’s Pathways program is a residential substance abuse and co-occurring capable treatment offering flexible lengths, evidence-based curriculum, and specialized services, providing a structured daily schedule that includes therapy, 12-step meetings, and therapeutic activities, with immediate bed availability.
A halfway house/sober housing program that includes four hours of therapeutic services each week and daily involvement with 12-step programs.
Seasons is a state-funded, 30-90 day residential program offering co-occurring mental health and substance abuse treatment, incorporating daily therapy, 12-step meetings, evidence-based practices, and recreational activities for males and females.
Provides intensive wrap-around/linkage services which include outpatient substance abuse, mental health treatment, detox, CSU, and MAT or residential.
The Voluntary Interim Placement-Enhanced Recovery (VIP-ER) program provides day treatment to individuals meeting the Salvation Army’s homeless criteria.
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