Christian Treatment Programs and Options for Treatment
Private Christian Addiction Programs
The treatment model that is most used at a Christian treatment program for addiction is one of the 12 step philosophies. Coupled with therapy groups, one on one therapy, some activities, exercise programs, church activities, and devotions sums up most Private Christian Drug Programs. Some will incorporate Christian twelve steps as well as celebrate recovery programs. The length of stay at a private Christian treatment center for addiction can vary from program to program. We have found that programs that are greater than the normal 28-day program will have a greater result when it comes to long-lasting sobriety. Christian private drug treatment facilities are one of the most effective treatment models for addiction there is.
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Free Christian Drug Rehabs or Affordable Treatment Centers for Addiction
When you are looking at the difference between the private and the Free Christian treatment programs, there are a few differences. A program that offers treatment at a highly reduced rate or even for free, will want something in exchange for treatment services. This is provided usually in the form of work or donation drives. This can lengthen the stay for treatment considerably due to the work exchange. The length of stay can vary with these programs from 90 days up to 2 years depending on the center and the commitment from the client. Due to the length of stay, these more affordable addiction recovery programs can be the most successful for someone wanting to make the commitment to finish the entire program.
Outpatient Counseling Christian Treatment Programs
Outpatient Care for initial treatment for addiction is sometimes required before some insurances will pay for the next level of care which would be at an Inpatient Drug Treatment Center. Outpatient Care and treatment options are usually used in conjunction with or as a stand-alone aftercare treatment program. When using out-patient for initial treatment for addiction the individual must have the drive, motivation, and support system in place for it to be effective. Many that have succeeded in Outpatient treatment for addiction to drugs or alcohol have attributed their success to the drive and motivation that was strengthened by their renewed relationship with Christ. All things are possible through Him and all obstacles will be cleared from your path if you trust in him to light your way. Give us a call and we can help you find the best Christian treatment center for addiction recovery.
4 Delight yourself also in the LORD, And He shall give you the desires of your heart.
5 Commit your way to the LORD, Trust also in Him, And He shall bring it to pass.
6 He shall bring forth your righteousness as the light, And your justice as the noonday.
Pastoral counseling and church fellowship while in a Christian Treatment Center for addiction.
Pastoral and Christian counseling is an integral part of our Christian treatment centers. Rebuilding our relationship with Jesus Christ is the foundation that lets us start to build on the rock that is our faith. Church activities break up treatment by helping the client to reconnect with communities and church. Reconnecting and volunteering our time will help fill the void that is left from our addiction.
CBT Therapy Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
No one can control what they think. It is a process that happens automatically without our cognitive knowledge. These thoughts can and do lead to choices that we are faced with every day. Changing and relating how we make our decisions and how to make the right choices and the steps it takes to make these choices is the goal of early therapy using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. When faced with a choice, often times, we make that choice without weighing in all of the possible outcomes. The thought process is what needs to change, instead of being reactive to life in such a manner that your choices do not take into account the consequences of our actions and who or what part of our life is affected by this choice. Some mental and addiction problems are based on illogical thought processes rather than chemical imbalances or repressed trauma.
DBT Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Dialectical Behavior Therapy or DBT is specifically designed to help individuals with self-harm and destructive behaviors. Many people who have these types of behaviors can meet or be close to meeting the criteria for another disorder called BPD or borderline personality disorder. many people with BPD have other underlying mental or chemical imbalances as well, Bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, and mood disorders that cannot be generally handled by medications alone. These problems can lead to an emotional vulnerability if not handled the correct way through DBT. In conjunction with other therapies, medication, counseling, and a foundation and faith in Christ as our Lord and Savior we can accomplish anything through individual therapy, skills groups, and coaching sessions utilizing DBT as a treatment model.
MRT Moral Reconation Therapy
Moral Reconation Therapy has been specifically designed to enhance self-worth, positive behavior, social skills and moral traits in the individual and usually consists of 8 or more hours a week of therapy in conjunction with other therapies and spiritual counseling and groups. Changing how to think and raising moral responsibility will help in the choices that have to be made every day.
Celebrate Recovery Programs
First designed as an aftercare program to fill the void that is left in most Christians that seek help with the readily available 12 step meetings. This program has grown over the years since it’s inception 20 years ago. Saddleback Church launched Celebrate Recovery with 43 people. It was designed as a program to help those struggling with hurts, habits, and hang-ups by showing them the loving power of Jesus Christ through a recovery process. It has now been accepted and the program is now being used in Christian treatment centers all over the country.
Treatment Process At a Christian Drug Rehabilitation Center
Treatment at one of our Christian drug treatment program starts usually with a detox if it is needed, to rid the body of drug and or alcohol and help with withdrawal symptoms. Once the initial intake is done and all the case notes are taken into account, the program is specifically designed to fit the needs and concerns of the primary certified Christian drug and alcohol counselor.
With a treatment plan in place, the work begins with self-building and the discovery phase of the program. This coupled with the daily devotionals, group therapy, one on one therapy, and activities keep the client busy and help them to achieve their goals every day.
While working on ourselves we often forget the damage that has been caused by our addiction. This damage can have some long-lasting consequences. Raising the responsibility level along with being accountable for our actions is worked on along with accompanying scripture and therapy to help speed up the process.
Once we have seen the scope of the damage that one bad choice can make and what it can take to fix the problem that the bad choice caused, making better choices seems like the easier route to go.
Setting up an aftercare program and Christian Counseling
This is usually done in the last week of treatment to make sure there is a plan in place for support from local groups and counselors. Due to the fact that most of our clients come from other areas, we do offer online support as well as meetings for alumni at the center. Most larger Churches will have Christian twelve step meetings and some will offer a celebrate recovery program in which you can get involved. Give us a call we will find you the best Christian Drug Rehab Center for either you or a loved one.
Philippians 4:6 Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.