Teen Challenge of Middle Georgia East Atlanta Mens Campus
Lithonia, GA. 30058
At Teen Challenge of Middle Georgia - East Atlanta Men's Campus #1, one of the most common questions we get asked is why they should go with a Christian recovery program. There are a number of things that make us unique compared to other drug rehab programs, and we believe these differences are some of the biggest reasons our program works so well. We offer healing through Christ in a way that traditional recovery centers can't.
Generally, the biggest difference between a traditional drug and alcohol treatment center and a Christian treatment facility is the Christ-focused perspective. We call this the "Jesus Factor". Our Christian recovery program aims to give a spiritual guidance through the power of the Holy Spirit and the teachings of Jesus Christ. Through Christ, individuals are able to form a stronger connection to their faith, which makes a huge difference in their recovery. Our faith-based environment encourages healing and guidance through the belief and power of Christ. We use the teachings of the Bible in daily sessions to empower our students through God.
Adult and Teen Challenge USA has had a number of studies done on it throughout the years. Through these studies we have learned from our students that they feel their faith in God is the number one reason they are able to maintain their sobriety.
Typically, our Christian treatment programs last 12-18 months, which means our students have enough time to renew their belief in God and strengthen their faith. The combination of Christian values and a long recovery period makes all the difference.
Through faith, our students are able to find themselves and God. A stronger sense of self and faith instills a strong will and a stronger will is a powerful tool in the battle against addiction. If you or a family member is battling with addiction, a Christian treatment center may be the best choice. Contact Teen Challenge of Middle Georgia - East Atlanta Men's Campus #1 today to begin the healing process.