• We are overwhelmed and sincerely grateful for the attendance and generosity of community support from this year’s In One Accord dinner. A special thank you to our speakers: Tim Sanders, Pastor Allen Wright, Janice Ryba, Allen Grecula, Brian Gensel, and Pastor Michael Bean. We would like to give special congratulations to Robert Taylor for receiving… [Continue Reading]

    In One Accord
  • 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

    Not A Life Sentence Video
  • Hooked on Art – Live Street Art Festival Saturday, September 27, 2014 9am – 4pm. Thomas Centennial Park (109 Broadway Chesterton, IN 46304). We welcome you to experience the Midwest in the Fall with a Festival that celebrates live street art in progress. Join us as participants complete a work of art, from start to… [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

Relevant

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.

Peer-to-Peer

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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