The Tara Treatment Center Blog

Tara has Outpatient Services too!

Don’t forget Tara has Outpatient Services too! We are happy to offer 3 different IOP groups through the day, an Education program as well as our brand new Day Treatment program! Call Jenn or Lacey at 317-933-2777 for more information!

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Save the Date!

 7TH ANNUAL “ANN DAUGHERTY SYMPOSIUM ON THE SCIENCE OF ADDICTION, TREATMENT AND RECOVERY” Save the Date: June 6th and 7th. Franklin College – Branigin Room  For more information: Click Here

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Your Donation Makes A Difference

Please join us in our efforts to help men, women, and their families. Your donation will allow someone an opportunity to receive the help they desperately need and at the same time may make you eligible for a NAP Tax Credit. Read more about the NAP Tax Credits »

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Help people get treatment AND save on your taxes!

There is still time!!  2015 NAP Tax Credits are still available for donations made by December 31, 2015. We appreciate your continued investment and interest in Tara.  Our mission is provide quality care to individuals and families affected by alcoholism and/or drug addiction by promoting lifelong continued recovery.  Because of your generosity and continued giving…

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Help us welcome our new Team Member!

Tara Treatment Center is pleased to announce the appointment of Lacey Miller, B.S., as our Intensive Outpatient Counselor. Lacey comes to us with a background in addictions and home based social work. We are pleased to have Lacey, especially with her Human Service background . Lacey is married with two small boys, which keep her…

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Meet Mike Rembusch, Canary Creek Cinemas

  “Canary Creek Cinemas is proud to support Tara Treatment Center in    the vital work they do in the field of recovery from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body. I have had the privilege of knowing many of the dedicated staff members at Tara who provide caring and competent support to people…

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“Choices” Article From Our latest E-Newsletter

 Choices By Mike T. I was born into a loving family in 1990. My mother hardly ever drank and did not dare drink in front of us. My father however, was a functioning alcoholic. He was very caring in his ways but loved to spend his evenings in the bars after work instead of with…

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