Men’s Program

Admission to the Program

Today the Recovery Center houses 80 to 100 men of all ages and from all over the United States and the world. Residents come into the program by word of mouth, referral from other programs, and from TV and radio programs. The primary criteria for participating in the program is a willingness and desire to change. To be admitted a candidate must first contact our admissions office and follow our admission guidelines to assure a successful entry. Individuals must commit to a 18-month program. For those who stay and complete the program, it is a life changing experience.

Contact Information
Heartland Men’s Recovery Program
12599 255th Street
LaBelle, MO 63447

(660) 213-4553 (Admissions Phone)
1-816-817-1802 (eFax)

 

Housing

The Heartland Recovery Center for men consists of two facilities on a campus of rolling farmland close to the Heartland Dairy. The dorm-style living arrangements consist of rooms with two to three occupants, community bath and dining hall, a chapel and outdoor recreation. The meals are prepared by staff members and residents, and general clean-up is rotated among the residents.

Training and Education

There are various programs that help to instill Christian principles into the lives of those who come to Heartland. Monday through Saturday, in the morning, the men have devotions held in the chapel at the center. The residents are also required to attend evening chapel services.

 

Weekly Schedule

Sunday:

  • Sunday School Service
  • Morning Church Service
  • Evening Church Service

Wednesday:

  • Church Service

Thursday:

  • Power Barn Service (Various Speakers)

Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday: Various Classes and Activities. Scripture memorization is a vital part of day to day life while at the Recovery Center. Bible education studies and programs are also offered. As part of our efforts to return people to society whole and able to support a family, as well as make a contribution to their communities, Heartland offers GED preparatory classes which help the men in our Recovery Program complete a high school level education.