Christian Drug Treatment Centers are faith based rehabilitation centers that use spiritual reflection to help people overcome drug and alcohol addiction. There programs are based on scriptural teachings that focus on healing. Healing that includes mind, body, and spirit. Family counseling is also provided and recommended.
These centers are staffed with professional licensed counselors who will strive to help you overcome your addictions and deal with the issues that led you to the addiction. They provide education in chemical dependency and will walk you through a step-by-step process that fosters hope and healing.
Most facilities are located in peaceful surroundings. It is the belief that a peaceful environment will bring peace into your life and will bring an end to all of the disasters that have occurred because of the chemical addiction.
Christian drug treatment centers instill the belief that healing and prayer go hand in hand. As you walk through the process, you will need to show positive results before proceeding to the next step. You will receive individualized attention so that you are able to complete the program successfully.
Drugs and alcohol addictions affect people from all walks of life. Many people are under the false assumption that only criminals or the morally weak are alcoholics or drug addicts, but that isn't true. Addictions respect no one; doctors, lawyers, teachers, children, adults, teens, and even pregnant women have been afflicted by these dependencies.
The main ingredient in overcoming drug and alcohol dependencies is education. When you can understand why you are addicted to drugs or alcohol, your ability to give up the substance that is being abused will be more effective. The 12 step program is utilized in Christian drug treatment centers.
Some of the steps
• Admit that you have a problem
• Make a moral inventory
• Admit your wrongs
• Make amends to everyone that you've wronged
• Take a personal inventory and admit wrong
• Share what you've learned with other addicts
Drug and alcohol abuse have been around since the beginning of time and will continue to be around as long as there are people. If you are addicted, especially if you are pregnant you must make a proactive choice to educate and understand these addictions so that early intervention can be made.