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Are you or your loved one struggling with addiction or alcoholism?

It’s time to take the first step towards recovery.

Discover a life of healing at addiction Recovery center, arkansas

SOZO Recovery Center offers Men’s Addiction Treatment Program that combines faith-based treatment with a focus on dual diagnosis care. Our program is built around the ASAM Continuum model of care, ensuring maximum effectiveness in every recovery stage.

We are there to addresses your addiction and mental health issues with our personalized substance abuse treatment plans. Our experienced staff understand the complexities of drug and alcohol addiction and provide the appropriate treatment to overcome it.

With the proven concepts of the twelve steps men’s detox programs, we enhance the treatment experience for individuals seeking lasting sobriety. 

Reach our rehab center in Hot Spring, AR and get personalized care and support. Start your journey towards a healthier, happier future.

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Our residential treatment facility offers a safe and supportive environment where individuals can heal and overcome their substance abuse issues. 


We provide comprehensive outpatient treatment program for men struggling to overcome addiction and achieve lasting recovery.


Our sober living homes in Arkansas help men gain confidence, restore their mind, find hope, and foster a healthy, drug-free lifestyle.


Learn about the specialized programs and therapies available at our substance abuse rehabilitation center in Hot Springs, AR. These help individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders.


Partial hospitalization is a flexible and structured addiction treatment program that provides a higher level of care than standard outpatient programs.


 Get the help you need for addiction with intensive outpatient treatment. This level of care provides structured therapy and support while allowing you to continue living at home. 


Find compassionate addiction treatment that is tailored to your unique needs. Our dedicated staff is committed to helping you overcome addiction and build a healthier future.

If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction
Christian P.
Former Client

SOZO has been one of the greatest and most life impacting experiences I have ever had.  SOZO has bandaged and healed me of all my spiritual and mental wounds.  SOZO has transformed my thinking to be more righteous in the sight of the Lord.  This experience has renewed my mind with structure, responsibility and discipline.  SOZO has taught me how to live and apply to my life the Christian principles found in the Bible and the 12 Steps.  I am learning how to successfully maintain my sobriety, faith, and spiritual center.

Branson B.
Former Client

In order to subdue the beast of addiction, God led me to SOZO Recovery Center.  A complete life change in people, places, and things in my life was called for.

SOZO is located in a serene country setting away from the hustle and bustle. This allows for a healing environment which was needed for my recovery.  I absolutely needed to be away from the distractions of the world.  This spiritual six acre setting where SOZO is located allowed me to focus entirely on what I had to do to transform from being and addict to a clean and sober child of God.  This is what SOZO has given me and many others.

The recovery study groups, one-on-one counseling sessions and Bible study classes, as well as complete involvement with the Hot Springs Village Church of Christ have truly given me the change in lifestyle that I needed to stay sober.

I can honestly say that, to the best of my ability, I am living according to God’s will now.  Today, I help others in the community by doing volunteer work.  Family relationships have been restored. My God is a God of restoration and I pray to Him and praise Him because I am continuously grateful to Him for what He has done for me.

Steven S.

My plan is to continue to learn how to live a happy, sober life by becoming an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous when I leave SOZO and return home.

Before coming to SOZO and attending A.A., I didn’t think that I could live sober and be happy every day. SOZO taught me that this is possible. Every class at SOZO and meeting of A.A. teaches me how to get sober and stay sober.

SOZO and A.A. have given me the tools to use throughout my life to maintain my sobriety.


Every policy, decision, and activity of SOZO Addiction Recovery Center is designed to maximize the opportunity for each client resident to reach his full potential in sobriety and spiritual growth. This can only be accomplished by putting the needs and well-being of each resident above all other considerations.


The goal of operating under this philosophy produces the finest care possible for the client and the most satisfying work environment for our God-centered staff who understand and believe in carrying out their daily duties under the over-arching practice of Servant Leadership.

From Addiction to Connection

Share the joyous results of sobriety with some of our former clients. 


Addiction is a complex and widespread issue that affects millions of people worldwide. The field of addiction treatment is constantly evolving, with new research and innovative approaches emerging regularly. Staying informed about the latest advancements in addiction treatment can help individuals make more informed decisions when seeking help.

Embracing Unity
The SOzo Logo story

SOZO Addiction Recovery Center believes in God’s grace, forgiveness, and the successful rehabilitation and recovery from the disease of addiction. The very word ‘sozo’ in Greek signifies healing, making whole and well – and saving.

The SOZO Logo is a representation of two graphic figures with arms interlocking. Combined they form the letter ‘S’, the first letter of the word ‘Sozo’, but on a deeper level, the image symbolizes SOZO’s individual mentoring, one-to-one approach, and their deeply relational and loving personality.

The recovery walk at the core of SOZO’s approach is taken ‘together’, two men, arm-in-arm, on their journey towards sobriety alongside Jesus. The images are shown interlocking – like a chain link – representing the power of the message in Ecclesiastes 4:9-12, “two are better than one”.

The color purple symbolizes repentance, as well as wisdom, dignity, and devotion. The yellow symbolizes renewal, hope, and light. Orange symbolizes courage, endurance, and strength. All are crucial elements for the organization and the men it serves.