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VOA Recovery - Liberty Place


Liberty Place is Volunteers of America’s residential treatment program for men who are working to overcome substance use disorder. We provide the tools, support and professional care that puts individuals on a path to a healthy and sober future. Our program uses an evidence-based clinical services recovery approach. Milieu Therapy is a form of therapy that involves the use of therapeutic communities in which patients are encouraged to take responsibility for themselves and the others within the unit, based upon a hierarchy of collective consequences. Residents are expected to participate in individual and group counseling, life skills training, GED education, and employment readiness assessment and training.

Facility Brochure

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Treatment Services

Substance Use Disorder Treatment

Mental Health Treatment

Accreditation and Licensure





Accepting Patients

Not Accepting Patients

Treatment Type

    • Inpatient
      • Residential
        • Short Term
        • Long Term
    • Medication for Opioid Use Disorder
      • Buprenorphine / Suboxone
      • Methadone
      • Zubsolv
      • Vivitrol / Naltrexone

Facility Type

  • Non-profit

Treatment Services

  • Health Education Services
  • Family Therapy
  • Case Management
  • Anger Management Services
  • Individual Therapy

Accepted Forms Of Payment

  • Medicaid
    • Aetna
    • Anthem
    • Humana
    • Passport
    • WellCare
    • United Healthcare Community Plan

Additional Services

  • Employment Assistance
  • Housing Assistance
  • Peer Support / Peer Recovery Program
  • Social Services
  • Life Skills Development
  • HIV/AIDS Education
  • Transportation Services
  • Parenting Classes
  • Interpreting Services
  • Involuntary Treatment (Casey's Law)

Population Served

  • Age
    • Adult
  • Gender
    • Male
    • Transgender Female
    • Transgender Male
    • Non-binary
    • Intersex
  • LGBTQ+
  • Preferred Language
    • English
  • Deaf or Hard of Hearing
  • Disabled
  • Current Mental Health Diagnosis
  • Current Substance Use
  • Currently Receiving Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD)
  • Correctional/Legal


Referral / Admission

  • Referral process
    • Referral form can be found by clicking "View Facility Brochure" in the "About" section. Once completed, it can emailed to You can also call the intake line to complete the referral over the phone or fill it out on our website,
  • Admission criteria
    • Substance use disorder
  • Referral required

Tobacco Policy

  • Smoking
    • Allowed in Designated Areas
  • Dipping
    • Not Allowed
  • E cigarettes
    • Allowed in Designated Areas
  • Smoking cessation products
    • Allowed

Other Requirements / Policies

  • Prescription Medication Policy Details
    • Medications not permitted: opiates, amphetamines, and benzodiazepines. All medications will be stored in a locked cabinet inside a medication room. Clients are responsible for taking medication - staff will only observe and monitor medication schedule. All medications must be listed on medication monitoring sheet. Staff will not purchase, prescribe, or give non-approved medications (i.e. vitamins, aspirin). Client may purchase OCT drugs including aspirin or vitamins - these must be approved by VOA's medical staff and properly documented; these must be given to VOA staff and locked away with other medications. Former clients' medications will be discarded within seven days after their discharge. Outdated medications will be discarded within 14 days of expiration date. Clients are responsible for refilling their prescriptions and medications prior to expiration date. All medications must be taken as prescribed; no medication will be discontinued without written authorization from the prescriber.
  • Gender-specific Treatment Policy
    • Self-Identified Gender
  • HIV Screening Offered
  • Outside Prescriptions Allowed