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.
Our clinical directors are well known published authors whose materials are used throughout the country and even the world. New Life Spirit Recovery was established in 2005 and has been recognized by many credible ministries such a Focus on the Family and Calvary Chapel.
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