Reformers Unanimous International announces that their newly renovated School of Discipleship will open an expanded facility Nov. 10. The facility will be used to help addicted men from Winnebago County and around the country find sobriety thrugh a 6- to 8-month faith-based training program.
The building, at 4149 Safford Rd., formerly occupied by Highview Nursing Home, has undergone extensive remodeling, and now can house up to 100 men at any given time. It has attractive resident rooms, a full commercial kitchen, and lodging facilities for visiting family and friends of the residents.
At 1 p.m., Nov. 10, Reformers Unanimous Schools will hold its Mens School of Discipleship Grand Opening at 4149 Safford Rd. The public is invited. For more information, contact Kevin Olman by calling (815) 986-0460 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the residential treatment ministries, visit the Web site at www.ruhomes.org; learn about the international outreach treatment programs at www.gotaddictions.com; or Steve Curington and his ministries at stevecuringtonministries.com.
Based in Rockford, Reformers Unanimous International is a faith-based addictions program with both local outpatient treatment classes and residential treatment. It has been in service for more than a decade.
From the Nov.8-14, 2006, issue