No. Drug treatment is provided by the Turning Point Clinic, a faith-based nonprofit rehabilitation center established in 2003 by Reverend Williams and members of the church in response to the area's growing opioid abuse problem and lack of treatment facilities.
The church is in the process of rehabilitating a home to be used for men who need transitional housing. It is scheduled to be completed by late 2018.
Food programs are offered by the New Life Food Pantry (NLFP), a mission-based nonprofit also founded by Reverend Williams. Through Food Pantry referrals, patients of the Turning Point Clinic receive two daily hot meals, The Pantry also distributes food boxes to residents who receive Department of Social Services benefits and provides grocery bags of food to residents referred to the Pantry by the city's 311 program, the United Way, Manna House, to area senior citizens, and to other area indigent residents. NLFP is open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 4 pm.