Faith Based Drug Rehab Waterville ME

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Michael Lane Behavioral Health
(207) 680-2065
32 College Avenue
Waterville, ME
Searsport Counseling Associates
(207) 696-4225
18 Common Street
Waterville, ME
Discovery House
(207) 872-7272
21 Airport Road
Waterville, ME
Sweetser - Affiliate
(207) 629-9226
112 State Street
Augusta, ME
Brian P Mills
(207) 623-8411
1 Va Ctr
Augusta, ME
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Maine General
(877) 777-9393
30 Chase Avenue
Waterville, ME
Darlene Swift Potter LADC
(207) 861-2420
10 Railroad Square
Waterville, ME
Darren Ripley LADC
(207) 214-6790
The LaFleur Building
Waterville, ME
Kennebec Behavioral Health
(207) 626-3455x2000
66 Stone Street
Augusta, ME
(207) 547-3065
2093 Belgrade Road
Sidney, ME
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Tuesday, June 01, 2010

Faith-based drug rehabilitation is different from other rehab programs in that it focuses on spiritual healing based on Christian beliefs instead of conventional recovery programs. Though numerous drug rehab programs incorporate aspects of spirituality into the treatment process, these types of programs usually focus on a more general sense of spiritual well being. Faith-based drug rehab, also known as Christian rehab, focuses on the drug addict’s relationship with Jesus Christ rather than a universal higher power. Faith-based recovery programs usually involve Bible study, sermons, prayer, church services, and other spiritual steps that focus on the teachings of Jesus Christ. Along the same lines, Christian rehab centers also tend to practice healing the self through Jesus Christ, as opposed to more conventional therapy programs.

There are several different types of faith-based drug rehab programs, but each centers on the Christian belief system. Some of the programs involve little or no traditional Western medication and counseling, while others involve aspects of vocational rehab by having drug addicts participate in work programs like the Salvation Army. Other faith-based rehabilitation programs combine traditional treatment methods – like counseling and therapy – with Christian ideology. Like all drug rehab centers, the main goal of Christian rehab is to address and resolve the underlying issu...

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