Christian Drug Rehab


There are circumstances where families and loved ones of addicts need additional support to coax them into seeking addiction treatment. This is especially true when an addict is in the denial phase of addiction, unwilling to recognize they have a substance abuse problem and need help. In other circumstances an addict may realize they need help, but they are wary about entering an addiction treatment facility out of fear of being outside of their comfort zone. They may need the extra encouragement from a professional on the life changing benefits of addiction treatment away from home.

Certified National Drug and Alcohol Interventionist

Often an addict’s comfort zone consists of the people, places and things that they associate with their addiction. By leaving this environment for a drug rehab facility, they are often able to recover faster with less of a risk for relapse. They find that after a week or so of being in treatment and abstinent, they feel better and are open to the therapeutic processes that lay the foundation for long-term abstinence and recovery. However, getting addicts from their comfort zone to this place of acceptance and willingness takes skill. That is why we recommend seeking the services of a trained and experienced interventionist for those who may feel unwilling or unable to enter treatment. While family members and loved ones can help addicts open up to the idea of treatment, an interventionist is often the key to making the conversation a reality. This is especially true of our preferred interventionist, Bobby Nicholl, Certified National Drug and Alcohol Interventionist and Registered Addiction Specialist.

Track Record of Success

Bobby’s record of successful interventions is impressive. Out of the 897 addiction interventions he has staged, 894 entered treatment on the same day. Decades of experience helping and understanding addicts have equipped him with the insight and ability to connect with those on the brink of the life changing and often life saving decision of entering treatment. While Bobby stages various drug and alcohol interventions throughout the US, Christian and faith-based interventions are his specialty. His development of Christian rehab programs and services has given him authority in staging successful Christian addiction interventions. To learn more about the intervention process, you can contact Bobby Nicholl, Drug and Alcohol Interventionist, directly at
Paul Alexander is the founder of LINKS Christian Drug Rehab Program, the Christian tract of Northbound Treatment. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology, Law, and Society, Summa Cum Laude, from the University of California, Irvine, and a Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles. Paul received his Certified Addiction Treatment Specialist training at Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, CA, and was awarded the Outstanding Alumni Service Award in 2002. He believes wholeheartedly in Christian programming that incorporates evidence-based treatment with spiritual teachings as the cornerstone in program structure.