Sheer Recovery is proud to offer a full range of Christian recovery. Whether you need outpatient, partial hospitalization, or residential at our beautiful Southern California rehab center, we are here for you. We pride ourselves on delivering custom care, with every drug program tailored to the individual and their needs. Our integration of faith into the program means you get more support, more healing, and more room to heal.
Why Christian Drug Treatment?
If you or a loved one is struggling with drug addiction, getting help is a logical first step. Most of us need intensive therapy and treatment to recover from a substance use disorder. Taking the additional step of seeking out a Christian-based recovery program means making the choice to integrate God into your new life, from day one. Christian rehab programs like Sheer Recovery deliver more than just psychotherapy and medication, we offer hope and a new path towards life, God’s forgiveness, and a new life.
Finding or reconnecting with God is an important part of your life, but it’s also proven to aid in recovery. Faith, reconciliation with God, and to yourself is a proven means of recovering. In fact, most individuals seeking out treatment approach treatment more positively and with more motivationwhen faith is involved. While this is more true for women than for men, a positive approach to recovery is half the battle.
Other studies show that Christian-based recovery actively helps individuals to stay on track. Persons who identify as highly spiritual are considerably more likely to stay in a program, to be clean after 5 years, and more likely to self-direct in creating and building on sobriety in their own lives. What if you or your loved one aren’t currently very spiritual? Integrating religion and spiritual support into recovery provides a strong framework for social support, social accountability, accountability to God, and actively improve quality of life for individuals who undergo treatment. These factors remain the key to the massive success of the world’s most popular self-help group, Alcoholics Anonymous, which typically uses a Christian-centric 12-Step methodology.