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Faith-based Track | Intensive Outpatient Services

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Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval.

Faith-based Outpatient Treatment

Our faith-based track helps patients grow spiritually and strengthen their relationship with God. With a non-denominational, spiritual approach to addiction treatment, we aim to help our patients transform and continue their spiritual journey in recovery.  

As an extension of our inpatient faith-based program, Road to Freedom, our patients have the option to continue their spiritual care at The Treatment Center Outpatient Services. Our patients learn a Biblically based 12-step program and engage in activities that heal them mentally, physically and spiritually.

Faith-based Treatment

Benefits of the Faith-based Track

Our compassionate pastoral counselors and clinical therapists help patients engage in activities that help them grow closer to God and become more aware of their higher power. These activities include:

  • Pastoral counseling 
  • Prayer/Christian meditation
  • Bible study
  • Biblically based 12-step meetings
  • Mindfulness training
  • Worship services
  • Peer recovery group support
  • Life-skills training
  • Recreational activities and programs

With the above activities, patients can heal through mind, body, and spirit. With our faith-based recovery track, we aim to help our patients walk the path to long-term sobriety, restoration, and transformation. 

Renewed Faith-based Recovery

Improving spiritual wellness in recovery often makes the difference between someone who continues on the road to recovery in spite of challenges, and someone who relapses and never gets back on the path to sobriety. 

At The Treatment Center Outpatient Services, our patients have endless support among pastors, Christian therapists and other staff. By ministering to the whole person through mind, body and spirit, our patients build a solid spiritual foundation to thrive on the road to recovery.   (844) 211-7944

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