• Addiction doesn’t have to be a life sentence. This powerful video testimonial takes a first hand account of the life transforming experience Frontline Foundations has had on young men and women.   CLICK TO WATCH CLIENT TESTIMONY

    Hillary’s Story
  • Express your recovery. Encourage others. An alternative outlet for those seeking recovery, The Conduit is a safe place for recovery-oriented events, trainings, and meetings held on a weekly basis at 1008 Broadway in Chesterton. A Schedule of Conduit Events! SUNDAY: Life Recovery Group – 6pm – Exclusively for those in and seeking to maintain their… [Continue Reading]

    The Conduit Recovery Community Center
  • Thousands of people packed Downtown Chesterton on Saturday, September 27, 2014 to soak in the beautiful weather, live music, and — of course — live street art at Frontline’s Third Annual Hooked on Art Festival. Yet beyond the sunshine and colorful works of art at Thomas Centennial Park, Festival patrons experienced a message even more… [Continue Reading]

    Hooked On Art – Live Street Art Festival 2014
  • Porter County Coroner Chuck Harris made this sobering statement in his 2012 annual coroner’s report: “I really hope people realize that we have one drug-related death a week in Porter County.” This figure seems at odds with the largely rural image of Porter County, with its close proximity to Chicago and relative economic prosperity.  Yet… [Continue Reading]

    The Silent Crisis


The Mission of Frontline is to serve as a source of hope to men and women suffering from alcohol and drug abuse while also providing an effective treatment and recovery support system.


Studies prove that participants attempting to overcome addiction dependency and maintain recovery respond significantly better within a peer-to-peer environment.

Life Application

Frontline consists of a unique two-fold format that incorporates the clinical aspects of abuse and addiction as well as non-denominational faith-based principles addressing the spiritual aspects of healing and recovery.

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