Offer compassionate assistance in the rehabilitation and re-socialization of the substance abuser or substance dependent individual, while maintaining the individual’s dignity.
- Making a difference
- Provide a safe, supportive environment for clients, staff and visitors
- Treat everyone as equals
- Offer support, honesty and respect
- Promote recovery in all areas of life
Our story began in the 1973 when Monsignor Joseph Farrell established a shelter for homeless alcoholic men on the Saint Mary’s convent. Renamed the “Resurrection House,” the facility was licensed as a halfway house and operated chiefly on contributions. Upon his retirement, the facility was renamed in his honor. In 1978, the facility began offering intensive clinical residential treatment for substance dependent males. Eventually the program was expanded to include outpatient counseling and an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). In 2019, Farrell merged with Gilead Community Services, expanding the services both organizations provide. Today, Farrell continues to play an integral role in the treatment of substance abuse.