Winning The Battle Over Addiction Conference
I can’t say enough about how much our Road Less Traveled program means to The Treatment Center, and most importantly, to suffering addicts looking for a solution to their problem with addiction. Every day, we admit patients into the program who are lost, but resolute in their determination to beat their disease. Through the spiritual and therapeutic guidance of our Road Less Traveled team, these suffering addicts find the hope they need to propel their recoveries. They are able to discover a purpose to their lives and to develop meaningful connections with others.
In keeping with our desire to spread our message of hope throughout our community, we are proud to sponsor the third annual Restoring Hope: Winning The Battle Over Addiction Conference. This event will take place Friday, October 26. Addiction professionals and Christian leaders will gather in Desantis Chapel on the campus of Palm Beach Atlantic University with one goal in mind-to conquer addiction. This year’s theme will be addiction and the twelve steps from a Christ-centered perspective. Experts in the Christian recovery field will present effective implementation methods and support.
The past two Winning the Battle conferences have been very successful. Each year, we are able to gather more knowledge and gain new insights into the disease of addiction and how our faith based program remains a powerful treatment method. Additionally, we are able to gather with trusted colleagues and foster new relationships with Christian leaders who share our passion for hope and healing.
This year we have an outstanding panel of speakers who bring years of experience and success to the podium in Desantis Chapel, including: Steve Arterburn (founder and chairman of New Life Ministries and host of Christian radio’s New Life Live!), Dr. David Stoop (author and psychologist), Dr. Phil Henry, (Associate Professor of Psychology at Palm Beach Atlantic University), John Poitevent (pastor and former group leader of Road Less Traveled), and our own Dr. Adam Bianchini (primary physician at The Treatment Center).
Needless to say, we expect a big turnout at this year’s Winning the Battle Conference. The event certainly promises to be educational and informative, as we broaden the scope of Christ-centered recovery. We look forward to seeing familiar faces and developing new relationships with professionals interested in expanding their Christian recovery knowledge.
Bill Russell, CEO