In order to recover from drug addiction or alcohol abuse it necessary to form some sort of spirituality. Lakeview Health Systems is an alcohol and drug addiction facility that helps individuals recover and find spirituality so that they can get and stay abstinent from drugs and alcohol.
A Christian drug rehab is appropriate for individuals who believe in a higher power but have lost their faith as a result of their addiction. A Christian Drug rehab will work with there clients in individual and group settings.
Looking for addiction treatment can leave you with many questions. For example, you may wonder, something such as, “What is a 12 step program? How does a 12 step program work? What is the connection between the 12 step program and addiction recovery?” At Lakeview Health, we understand why you might be confused, and we
The first article in this series introduced the transtheoretical model, which posits six stages through which people pass when they are trying to change. It also found that social liberation, a process that helps people progress through the early stages of change, is an ideal way for the church to help those with addiction. The
The first article in this series, “Stages of Change,”explored the transtheoretical model, which posits six stages through which people go when they change. At any given time, only about 20 percent of people who are seeking to change are at the action stage, and most people are in one of the three earlier stages: precontemplation,
When people think of helping those with addictions, the usual goal is to get the person to achieve and maintain sobriety. For most people with addictions, this means receiving professional treatment. It is therefore natural to try to help people with addictions by motivating them to enter a recovery program. Often, however, this approach is
Once again, it is a blessing for us to share with you about God in recovery. One aspect of recovery that people often overlook is the importance of developing a solid support network. While in treatment, patients begin to realize that they are not alone in their addiction. When they lay aside their guilt and
As Christian parents, you do everything to instill the Christian faith and values in your children. You raise them in church, take them to Sunday school, teach them to pray and read the Bible with them. You hope that they live their lives the right way and don’t have to struggle too much. However, children
Our society values strength, independence and success. When we rush through our day-to-day life, juggling careers, relationships and finances, we tend to lose sight of what is truly important. You might be a strong, self-reliant person but without God, you have nothing. For the former professional wrestler Larry Pfohl, the life that he led was
A concept that people often struggle with in counseling is the idea of self-forgiveness. Patients often ask, “How can I forgive myself for all the evil things I have done?” “Who am I to be forgiven?” So many Christians who battle with addiction struggle with believing that they are not worth the time and effort