Teen Challenge Life Challenge Southeastern Michigan
Detroit, MI. 48219
At Teen Challenge - Detroit, MI (Life Challenge Southeastern Michigan), one question that we get asked frequently is why they should select a religious substance abuse treatment program. There are several reasons we are different then traditional drug treatment centers, 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.
Obviously, the biggest difference between a traditional drug rehab and a Christian treatment facility is the Christ-focused perspective. We call this the "Jesus Factor". Our Christian rehabilitation program focuses on the power of the Holy Spirit and the teachings of Christ to give our students a guiding light. Through Christ, individuals are able to form a stronger bond to their faith, which is a defining piece of 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. These studies have found that the number one reason our students are still sober after leaving Teen Challenge is their faith in God.
Generally, our Christian rehabilitation programs last 12-18 months, which gives our students the time they need to reconnect with God and form a strong connection. Faith based values and adequate time to reconnect with God are the main things that make a difference in our treatment program.
Through faith, our students are able to find strength and courage through 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 struggling with addiction, a Christian recovery program may be the answer. Contact Teen Challenge - Detroit, MI (Life Challenge Southeastern Michigan) today to begin the healing process.