Faith-Based Recovery Programs in Arizona

For any recovery to be a success the addict needs to be ready. With this said many need a spiritual hand through the recovery process. Faith-Based Recovery Programs in Arizona offer those fighting addiction a place to heal their mind, body and soul through the entire recovery process. What sets faith-based recovery programs apart from your traditional recovery programs is that they are centered around religion. The Doctors and staff are not only trying to get you over your addiction but to help you get right with God again and plan a life of sober living.

What is Drug and Alcohol Addiction?

Drug and Alcohol addiction is the overwhelming urge to use drugs and/or alcohol regardless to the effects it has on ones physical and mental health as well as personal life. Those addicted to drugs and/or alcohol are consumed by it, wanting to use again and when they do not they will experience over whelming withdrawal symptoms that can cause excruciating pain.  Addicts are physically and mentally depended on drugs and/or alcohol to feel any pleasure or normalcy. Long term use of Drugs and/or Alcohol can result in physical, mental, emotional, social, and personal problems. Stopping the use of drugs and/or alcohol can seem nearly impossible for an addict and often requires the assistance of an recovery program.

Common Effects  of Drug and/or Alcohol Use

  • Damage to organs, possible organ failure
  • Deterioration of physical appearance
  • Mental disease
  • Behavioral Problems
  • Social Problems
  • Personal problems with family and friends
  • Loss of work
  • Loss of home
  • Legal Troubles

The list of effects of Drug and/or Alcohol abuse can go on. The results drugs and/or Alcohol has on each persons life is different. For some they do not get help in time and their addiction is lethal, others make it to help and clean up their lives.

Addictive Substances

  • Alcohol
  • Street Drugs
  • Prescription Drugs
  • Inhalants

Where Your Recovery Begins…

To start your recovery you need to take the first step and admit that you have a problem and seek help for it. There are many different types of recovery programs; traditional inpatients and out patient programs, Holistic programs and faith-based programs. Everyone has their own reasoning for choosing their recovery program, those who look into the faith-based programs are not only looking to recover from their addiction but to heal their relationship with the Lord as well.


Having taken the first step toward recovery by admitting there is a problem and seeking help you next will go through an assessment processes to determine the proper recovery process to follow, each addict has individual needs and it is important to address those needs through specially designed recovery programs.


Next is the detoxification process. This process can be done with the assistance of a non-addictive medication to lessen the effects of withdrawal. During this process you will have Doctors and staff there to assist you 24-7 for what ever needs you may have, as well as to reassure you that the discomfort you are experiencing will soon pass and you will be one step closer to recovery.


A huge part of the recovery process is getting to the cause of your addiction and fixing that problem through a series of counseling sessions. You will also learn how to live with your addiction, not to give into temptation and to manage typically life stresses with out the use of drugs and/or alcohol. These counseling sessions will be in both group and individual settings. These sessions will also be a great form of spiritual awakening for you, they will help you through the most difficult part in your life with faith.

It’s Time for Help

If you are ready to ask for help then there are Doctors and staff throughout the state of Arizona that are ready to help you through your recovery with a faith-based rehab program. You do not need to suffer at the hands of addiction any longer, contacting a Faith-Based Recovery Program in Arizona today will get you on the road to recovery.

Where do calls go?

Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Additional calls will also be forwarded and returned by a quality treatment center within the USA.

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