Restoring Faith in a Christian Drug Rehab

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September 08, 2010

Restoring Faith in a Christian Drug Rehab


A Christian drug rehab helps individuals recover from the addiction of drugs and alcohol from a Christian belief while focusing on God as their higher power.  Drug rehabs are often reluctant to base their teachings on Jesus Christ so as to not offend their clients.  For individuals suffering from addiction that already have a belief in god as their higher power a Christian rehab would be appropriate.

At a Christian rehab the recovering addict will be provided with a safe environment from the outside world.  It is important in early recovery to be in a sheltered place that is away from any temptations that will fuel ones addiction.  This gives the client the opportunity to clarify their mind and body and once again become acquainted with God.  At a Christian drug rehab clients will be apart of therapeutic sessions.

Clients at a Christian rehab facility will benefit from individual counseling.  This counseling will help a client look at the choices that they have made throughout their life that has ultimately led them to their addiction.  In addition it will help a client reconnect with God and once again realize how important it is to have the presence of God in their life.  Clients will learn that in order to overcome their addiction they will need to turn to God for help.

During their stay at a Christian rehab a client will participate in group therapy.  These therapy sessions are facilitated by certified addiction professionals and allow the clients to share any difficulties that they are experiencing in early recovery.  It is extremely beneficial for individuals in the beginning stages of recovery to have others they can relate to who are going through the same emotions that they are.

The first step to recovering from drug and alcohol addiction is admitting that a problem does exist.  Meeting and working with others that have fought and overcome the disease of addiction is both encouraging and motivating.

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