Alcoholics and addicts come from all walks of life — regardless of race, gender, income or age. For many, addiction is a symptom of deeper issues that can’t be cured overnight. Permanent healing is a continuous process that requires much more than treating physical cravings. That’s why our Christian rehab program goes beyond basic methods of therapy — we treat the multifaceted sources of your addiction. We address psychological triggers, meet your spiritual needs, handle medical concerns and provide intensive therapy. Our drug and alcohol treatment schedules also offer a wide range of workshops including fitness classes, counseling, mentoring and Christian and 12 step fellowship groups.
We offer 30, 60 and 90-day drug and alcohol treatment programs that are designed to arm our clients with the tools needed to maintain lifelong sobriety. When an individual enrolls in Celebrate a New Life drug rehab program, our Christian addiction professionals will perform a thorough clinical assessment to identify the client’s particular needs, concerns and core issues and develop an individualized recovery strategy accordingly. The unique features of our treatment programs include:
Participants receive the most up to date best practices in addiction treatment coupled with Christian support and guidance. Addressing addiction through the lens of Christianity fosters the following:
For Christians on the road from addiction to recovery, it’s also important to find a rehabilitation center that offers faith-based services that can uniquely support your sobriety and journey of spiritual growth.
Developing Christ-like characteristics and healthy, structured routines inspires a recovering addict to strengthen their resolve as they transition back to the community as a new person. If your addiction has isolated you from the world, Celebrate a New Life can help you regain a new life and slowly emerge back into the world as the best version of yourself, as God intended you to be. Climbing out of the rut of substance abuse requires taking steps toward restoring, or discovering for the first time, a loving bond with God: the ultimate source of renewal.