Faith-based Drug & Alcohol Treatment
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Our treatment program is designed to welcome the client in a time of distress and uncertainty, offering effective support that is unique among Christian treatment centers. Our team of trained counselors will orient the client to the facility, begin to develop a relationship with them and create a treatment plan specifically designed to meet their special needs.
The staff itself includes a Christian clinical psychologist, marriage and family therapist, certified drug and alcohol counselors and pastoral staff who seek the Lord on a daily basis on behalf of the client, the facility and the treatment direction. Our affordable alcohol treatment and drug rehabilitation services are based on Biblical principles and designed to assist the client in recovery as well as to improve their walk with the Lord.
We have a number of specific programs that include 40, 80, and 120-day phases of traditional treatment, as well as options for extended say, depending on the individual's circumstances.
While in treatment, the individual will engage in a wide range of topics. We provide personally designed care to treat the entire person − emotionally, physically, and spiritually. The following areas are covered while in the program:
Individual Counseling- Clients will participate in individual sessions weekly and whenever needed. During these times, personal issues, client needs and Treatment Team concerns will be addressed.
Family Groups- This is a time for family members and the client to communicate with each other, discuss areas of dysfunction, confess needed areas of change and begin the healing process. All this is done with the help of a facilitator in a slow, careful and progressive manner.
HOH did so many things for me it was incredible. First and foremost it brought me closer to God than I have ever been and in making my relationship with Him stronger, the rest of my life seemed to fall in to place. I got a handle on my alcohol and by His grace He directed my wife and I back together. I would recommend the HOH not only for handling any problems you may have but also to strengthen your relationship with God.
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Group Processing- Group participation allows the client to see that they are not alone in their addiction. Stories of struggle and victory are shared and a sense of community and support is developed. The client begins to learn how to support and how to be supported by others in an interdependent way.
Groups (Christ Centered)- Clients will explore a variety topics that focus on Christ centered change. These topics include Discipleship, Daily Devotions, Boundaries, Life Histories, Experiencing God, Identity in Christ, Giftings, Christian financing and others.
Traditional Groups- Practical implementation of basic areas of life including Life Skills, Relapse Prevention, Addiction Education, Coda and others.
Celebrate Recovery- Clients will participate in weekly Christian based recovery meetings called Celebrate Recovery. These meetings are designed to put focus on Christ as the One who assists them in working the steps to recovery.
Traditional 12-Step Meetings- Clients will also periodically attend AA and NA recovery meetings in the community.
Daily Reflection- At the end of each day, clients are provided a specific time for quiet thought. This allows them the opportunity to meditate on what the Lord has showed them, what direction He would have them to focus on and areas of needed attention. This is also a time of praise to show gratitude for what the Lord has and will bring them through.
Church - While in treatment, clients will attend church on a weekly basis. These services will likely be on Sunday mornings, as well as some mid-week services. Church becomes a normal part of their routine, which then makes it easier for continued church attendance to occur once treatment has ended.
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