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Welcome to Heartland RADAC...

Heartland RADAC provides an array of services to individuals confronting alcohol and drug issues. We can provide information and assistance to individuals seeking information either for themselves, a loved one, co-worker or client.

Similar to individuals with other types of illness, those with substance use disorders may choose to make changes in order to improve their life. Sometimes this decision can be made on their own behalf, other times through community support, formalized treatment or as part of a requirement of some other system such as the courts or social services.

Heartland RADAC’s services are designed to assist individuals in addressing substance use disorders so that their recovery can begin.

  • Beautiful things grow when we work together for good.

"You will never regret using Firespring. It will make your life and the life of your organization so much better. You have that support behind you, so the transition of switching over to Firespring is very simple." –Shelbi Perry, Executive Director

You Can Get More Than You Give

Do you believe in karma? It’s been said what you put out into the world comes back to you. Whether you want to put a label on it, volunteers often report actually receiving MORE from their experience than what they felt they put into it. Here are just a few rewards beyond the cause, for helping others:

Learn New Skills.
Tired of the same old rat race? Volunteerism allows you to feed those skills you don’t get to use everyday and possibly explore new talents you never knew you had. Volunteering may even give you insights into new career possibilities.

Gain Confidence.
Improve your outlook on life. Giving back can give a boost to your self-esteem. Doing something good for others recharges you and gives you a sense of accomplishment and pride.

Meet New People.
If you feel you’ve been hanging out in the same circles, volunteering will offer new friendships. Getting involved in a nonprofit, especially as a newcomer to a community, gets you in with people who have similar interests. After you’re done volunteering, the group may just find their way to a local hangout.

Promote Your Business.
Talking about what you do for a living is sure to come up. As long as you don’t forget your primary reason for volunteering, use this as an opportunity to build your business contacts and put your company—and yourself—in a positive light.

Just because you are volunteering doesn’t mean you can’t get something in return. Sometimes the benefits you gain from volunteering are just as valuable as the help you provided.