Learn about Substance Abuse and Treatment Protocols through our Resource Center
- Heroin Addiction and Christian Treatment
- Methamphetamine Addiction and Christian Treatment
- Is Alcohol a Problem? Learn the Stages of Alcoholism
- Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms
- The Lethal Combination of Alcohol and Benzodiazepines on the Body, Soul and Spirit
- Masking Fear with Drugs and Alcohol to Cope
Opiate Addiction from a Christian Perspective: Facing a National Epidemic and Crisis
- Part 1: Understanding Opioid Addiction
- Part 2: How to define an Opioid Addiction
- Part 3: Christian Drug Treatment for Painkiller Addiction
Research for Drug and Alcohol Treatment Options from a Christian Perspective
- Christian Treatment Versus Christian Track
- Healing Rooted Issues in Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment
- What to Look for in Christian Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation
- A Christian Perspective of How the Body is Affected by Drugs and Alcohol
- Do I Need Help Too?
- Part 1: Breaking Point! – Help! I’m in the throws of someone’s addiction – I need to know what to do.
- Part 2: Confronting Addiction’s Realities – What is addiction? How does the Bible define? What should I know to get my loved one help?
- Part 3: Power of Surrender – I have done everything I can think of to help. What is surrender and how will it help me overcome the cycle we keep repeating?
- Part 4: How to Love a Person and Hate Addiction – I want to love my loved one, but I am sick and tired of dealing with their addiction. How can I love them and hate the addiction at the same time? Is that even possible?
- Part 5: When to Help, When to Not Help – Please help me better define my role in addiction. Am I doing the right things, the wrong things? What should I do? How can I help and not hurt?
- Part 6: Waiting for Change – To be honest, I’m tired of waiting for my family member to change. Is there something else I can do? What? And if my loved one does change, what will that mean for me?
- Part 7: Building Healthy Boundaries – I have heard about boundaries, but they stress me out! Is this something I do by making a list? Do I be extra firm? What is a boundary and why do I feel that it’s always my fault?
- Part 8: Developing an Intervention Plan – Okay, so I’m ready. I’m sick and tired of being sick and tired. Let’s do this.