Established in 1957, Alina Lodge is largely recognized as one of the industry leaders in adult substance abuse residential treatment. Governed by Little Hill Foundation, a 501c3 not for profit organization, Alina Lodge specializes in detoxification and long-term rehabilitation for treatment resistant adults and their families.
Dedicated to providing quality, cost effective treatment, Alina Lodge provides a highly structured, abstinence based program with a strong adherence to the step 12 step model. Alina Lodge employs a diverse professional staff of licensed, Master’s level clinicians, certified counselors, physicians and nurses.
The staff at Alina Lodge specializes in the treatment of primary substance abuse disorders with additional training in mental health, process addiction, sex and intimacy, eating disorders and unresolved trauma.
Our mission at Alina Lodge is to provide affordable residential treatment and care, both as a first-stop facility and for the chronically ill and relapse-prone alcoholics, drug addicts, and those with dual disorders, and to provide a strong family program.
Our trained admissions experts are always available to take your call and we can schedule assessments and admissions 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Alina Lodge can provide immediate assistance for detoxification for drug & alcohol addiction with admission to our residential adult drug rehab center.
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Alina Lodge saved my life and established basic principles ingrained in me that I now follow daily. Because of this, I believe in and am committed to furthering its principles for living a sober and productive life.
Alina Lodge cleared my black, hollowed soul, filled it with light, soothed it with faith, and nurtured it with hope. I am forever grateful.
When I arrived at Alina Lodge, I did not know what to expect. I had agreed to try one more treatment center. After several months, I was able to leave Alina Lodge, happy and healthy. I really am living a life beyond my wildest dreams, and it all started on a June day, when I entered a place called Alina Lodge.
The friends I made during my time at Alina are my story keepers and our bond remains strong. We watched each other wrestle with this disease. We pulled each other through the fallout of our consequences. We rose together and learned how to get well. They remind me of where I was and where I am going. It was in those vulnerable, fragile, and desperate times coupled with deep sober belly laughs where I found light and love and the courage to recreate my life. I am forever grateful and that is why to this day, Alina Lodge makes it onto my gratitude list every evening.
I felt welcomed. This was the first place in my seven years of addiction that I felt welcomed. When I walked in the gate, I felt like I was in the right place. They cared enough to peel back the layers of the onion and find out what kind of treatment I needed. The clinical team put me in anger, grief and trauma groups, I saw the psychologist, and more. I was not just a number here. I was someone they cared about. They customized my treatment after they got to know me.
As I sit here, and begin to chronicle the tale of what I once used to refer to as a very sad and tragic story, I can’t help but to smile and notice the overwhelming sense of peace and gratitude that I feel in my heart. As I begin to tell this story, I now know that this life that was given to me, this “Journey” if you will. My name is Cheryl, and I am a very, grateful alcoholic! Never in a million years would I ever have thought that I would say those words with any Truth or Conviction. Alina Lodge nurtured me back to Life, and I became part of the living again. Today, I am two years clean and sober. My life is full of beautiful relationships.
I came through the gates of Alina Lodge broken and full of shame and remorse. I could barely make eye contact with anyone, let alone myself. I had just gotten my second DUI and had lost my job. I was and felt like a hopeless alcoholic. I had many consequences of my drinking. I was very sick in my disease. I was in the eating disorder program at the Lodge and learned how the disease of addiction can manifest itself in many forms. Alina Lodge addresses co-occurring disorders which is a blessing. I love looking people in the eye today and give them a genuine smile. The promises of the program are coming true today a day at a time. I am very grateful for my Alina Lodge family.
I was a classic re-lapser who could white knuckle abstinence for years but inevitably the drinking cycle began and the spiral down became quicker, the lengths of abstinence shorter. After losing everything: family, career, love of life and hope, I realized in my drunken state that I needed a rehab program lasting more than twenty-eight days, or I was going to die. I believe things happen for a reason and Alina is the best thing that could have come into my life. I used to cringe at the thought of being a grateful alcoholic, or that I spent a year in rehab, but today I can honestly say I am so grateful to Alina as is my family. I am alive and thriving. The promises are coming to fruition, I have a new happy life with three plus years of sobriety.