We are a Place of Refuge and a Gateway of Hope for Addiction Recovery

The Bible says, “If the Son makes you free, you are free indeed” (John 8:36).

We take God at His Word because He cannot lie; He is faithful and true.

There’s comfort in knowing that there is a promise offered to us by Someone who will never take it back and that will always fulfill the promise of what he said He would do.


Many of us have been lied to in the past and have been deeply hurt by people who made us promises made that weren’t kept.  We have suffered disappointment after disappointment and many have become discouraged to the point of not believing anyone’s promises anymore.  Just remember that God isn’t just ‘anyone’; He is God.

There is no one like Him.  He created you and will always be there for you. You just have to trust Him.  His name is Jesus and He is the Messiah available to be Lord of each of our lives – ‘if’ we ask Him to be.

The Bible says that Jesus came “to heal the brokenhearted and bind up their wounds”.  We know that addiction happens when there is an underlying condition of despair, brokenness, emotional pain,  physical trauma, depressions, severe anxiety, loss of self-esteem, and many other types of deep hurts common to people. There is a place where you can come for healing of your addiction.  It’s called  It’s a place of refuge and a gateway of hope.  It’s a virtual place online where we meet with you by phone and internet – live, in the moment, and on demand.  We are just a text, email or phone call away when you need us.

Our Recovery Team is composed of certified Adult & Teen Challenge Teachers, certified Christian Life Coaches, ordained ministers of the Gospel, a nationally certified marriage educator and coach, a retired nurse, a mental health coach, and volunteers who truly care about you.  This team knows addiction and how to guide you to total healing.

If you are suffering from an addiction or just can’t seem to make it through recovery, please contact us below for a conversation.  We’ve taken away the obstacles, so there’s really no excuse unless you love to be where you are right now.

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