Roque Center Everything You Need To Know To Battle Addiction

Our Philosophy

Roque Center

Roque Center

Roque Center, Inc. is a private non-profit organization providing State licensed and certified alcoholism and drugs rehab services to adult men and women.

Our Program

Our Program

Our program is designed to assist men and women in developing a foundation for long-term recovery by affecting positive change in lifestyle and behavior through education, counseling, exposure to alternative coping skills and positive role models, i.e., staff and those further along in the recovery process. We invite you to call 877.839.0607 for more information.



Founded in 1972, by a group of caring men and women who wanted to give back to the community in gratitude for what they have gained in recovery themselves, we have served more than 34,000 men and women.


Along with education, group process and counseling, our social model approach to recovery emphasizes the principles of AA’s twelve step program; “More people are clean and sober today as a result of AA’s twelve step program than all other treatment methods combined” (Kessler 1997).

Our group focus and peer oriented approach to recovery quickly help our clients (who we refer to as residents) to get grounded in recovery through the fellowship and camaraderie established in a social model, home-like setting.

We believe that the longer one remains in a structured, drug and alcohol free environment with the support of staff and peers, the better their chances of maintaining long-term recovery. the goal of this phase of our program is to ensure a smooth transition, making sure that employment and suitable housing arrangements are in place prior to discharge.

Group Sober Living is available by referral upon completion of our program. Here residents benefit from affordable housing in a supportive, drug and alcohol free, recovery oriented environment (maximum one year stay).


The Roque Center provides residential, social model (non-medical) detoxification services for adult men and women in need of services. All services provided are non-discriminatory in terms of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, sexual orientation or ability to pay.

Our program is designed to assist and monitor individuals in need of withdrawal from the effects alcohol intoxication and/or other drugs. Services are provided in a clean, supportive, and calm environment while facilitated and monitored by experienced and caring staff who are knowledgeable and trained in the recognition and implications of the withdrawal symptoms of alcohol and other drugs of abuse. Medical back-up and referral to medical services are available on demand.

In addition to closely monitoring all participants with emphasis on bed rest the nutritional needs of our clients, one to one counseling is provided along with a minimum of two (2) structured group activities, consisting of a mix of films, tapes, lecture and group discussion. (Attendance subject to those well enough to participate)

Referral services for the continuum of recovery services, medical needs, housing, social services, etc., is provided to all participants.


Program staff are caring, State certified and life-experienced individuals who are dedicated to helping those who wish to recover from alcoholism and addiction to other drugs. We serve residents through education, one on one counseling, guidance, self-disclosure, and a truly caring nature.

With the realization that recovery is a process and not an event, we are here for our clients even after graduation. We offer a free aftercare program through our Wednesday night “Alumni Group”

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