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Do Christian Drug Rehabs Really Work?

It seems like when anything new or novel comes along, there are always people who are skeptical. Many people wonder if Christian drug rehabs really works. The answer is a resounding yes, but just like any other addiction treatment program, a Christian drug treatment program only works if the addict wants it to work. An addict has to truly want to make a change in their life.

In recent years, Christian programs have increased in popularity. These programs have become so popular, that many are struggling to keep up with the demand for their services. Faith-based drug rehabs incorporate a holistic approach to the treatment of addiction, allowing addicts to grow stronger, not only physically, but emotionally and spiritually, through working with the church, as well.

Many people who choose a Christ-centered drug rehab have never been exposed to a faith-based environment. It can be a shock to the system to be immersed in a world of prayer and Biblical scripture, but most addicts quickly discover that building a personal and intimate relationship with God will help them as they navigate the bumpy road to recovery from their addiction. Through daily Bible study, prayer, individual and group therapy, and fellowship, they strive to rebuild people from the inside out.

Praying - Do Christian Rehabs Work?

The Bible says, in Proverbs 16:3, “Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and your plans will succeed.”

Change is difficult, especially when it involves changing not only your mindset, but everything that you have come to know as reality, even if it is slowly destroying you. Addiction is a destructive disease, and it is a disease that does not discriminate. Addiction hurts everyone, and it is only through taking inventory of the pain that hope can shine through in the darkest hour. A Christian drug rehab program allows the light to come through the window. Just open the window and let it in.

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