FREE HELP FINDING TREATMENT OPTIONS
Thousands of people suffering from alcoholism, substance abuse, and various behavioral disorders seek help every day. They know that they cannot heal themselves, and search for places where they will be supported while moving past a dark time in their lives.
Finding this type of help can be a very frustrating experience, especially when you are already working through the challenge of recovering from addiction. There are countless options, and it can be hard to determine which one is right for you. Some people need inpatient care while others will do better in outpatient care.
There are even more options to choose from. Various treatment centers specialize in different addictions and disorders. Different treatment centers also use different techniques and philosophies, and it is important to find one that will help you to succeed. Finding a treatment center is a personal journey, much like faith.
Healing With Christ
Naturally, most Christians want to attend a treatment center that shares their faith. Faith-based treatment will help you learn to rely on God to get through the trials and tribulations of your life. You’ll learn to turn to Jesus, instead of alcohol, when you are struggling.
A good Christian treatment center will integrate religion into every aspect of your healing, so that you will leave refreshed not only physically, but also spiritually. A Christian treatment center will understand your faith and encourage you to keep God in the center of your life, where He can help you grow. Your newfound strength in your faith will help carry you through even the most difficult of times so that you no longer feel the need to turn to mind-altering substances. Secular treatment centers simply can’t offer the same benefits as a faith-based center.
Making The Process Easier
Finding the right treatment center, one that has a proven track record, as well as an unshakable faith foundation, can feel like a full-time job. There are dozens to research, and you might want to read reviews or even speak to former patients about their experience. Driving to visit a treatment center in person can take up a full day, depending on your location. Plus, it can be difficult to get a thorough understanding of a center’s faith background in just a brief visit.
That is why CDAT is so helpful – we have in-depth knowledge of treatment centers across the country, and can help direct you to your perfect match. That way, you can move forward in your search with confidence that you are looking at only the most trusted centers, instead of wasting your time on ineffective treatment options.
Our national toll-free number is available to anyone who may like a confidential conversation with one of our affiliated crisis response counselors. These counselors are highly trained in recommending treatment centers that not only bring results but also deliver those results in a God-loving context. Our counselors will spend the necessary time to review with you and your loved ones the Christian treatment alternatives that will provide you with the help you may need. We understand the power of prayer and Bible-based techniques for healing and want to connect you with centers that will fit your needs.
CDAT serves individuals and families, as well as churches, managed care companies, and EAP’s, as well as the dedicated people answering various crisis hotlines. We give them access to unlimited nation-wide resources. We know how important finding the right treatment center is. Our connections to facilities across the nation help us deliver a service that you can rely on to connect you with a healing Christian treatment center. CDAT is dedicated to serving the behavioral health care community by providing a quality service while remaining sensitive to the financial needs and/or pressures that affect today’s families.
If you are looking for Christian drug or alcohol treatment, please call us today. One of our professional counselors can help find the ideal center so that you can get back on the path that God intended for you.
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