Place of Power
  3642 N. Emerson Indianapolis, IN 46218
317-258-0693 

First Church of Deliverance and Recovery

"Where Deliverance is Experienced and Recovery is Ongoing!" 

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Place of Power, Inc. is committed to helping people dealing with the disease of addictions gain independence and stability while transitioning back into mainstream society by offering a spiritual foundation,  housing, curriculum, life skills and training. 

The Housing Program has 3 Phases: 

     Phase 1 – Move into one of Place of Power’s transitional group houses.

Phase  2 – Move into one of Place of Power’s lesser monitored houses

Phase 3 – Place of Power assist you, in moving into your own home. 

Environment

Place of Power Community Ministries, provides a safe, clean and sober environment.  Not institutions, but a house where the residents make it a “home”. We strive to keep a positive, motivating atmosphere which promotes and encourages recovery and success. 

We also offer the convenience of programs; Addiction Counseling Services, Intensive Outpatient Services, Employment Training, Bus Passes, Medical Assistance, Family & Marital Counseling, Peer to Peer Coaching, 12 Step Meetings and groups and much more right on the premises.

Recovery

Continuous abstinence from alcohol and drugs is required and monitored.  Additional house rules further insure a safe, structured, and supportive living environment. Recovery is more than just abstinence. Recovery is finding one’s way back into right standing with God. Then through Him, we begin to recover that which we lost as a result of “the war”.  Such as self esteem, job, family, relationships and other essentials.

Support System

Place of Power will make sure that the residents know exactly how, when, where, and what to do in order to be successful.  Practically the only way a resident can fail is through lack of willingness.  Place of Power staff and volunteers are accountable for leading by example, motivating, and inspecting what we expect.


All things are lawful unto me, but all things are not expedient: all things are lawful for me, but I will not be brought under the power of any.  1 Corinthians 6:12

Ephesians 4:28 Let the thief no longer steal, but rather let him labor, doing honest work with his own hands, so that he may have something to share with anyone in need.