San Diego Faith-Based Drug Rehab Programs
At our faith-based drug rehab in San Diego, you can rebuild your life and your relationship with God.
When an addiction takes hold in someone who is religious, it can lead to unique problems. We understand that you might feel as if you have not fulfilled your duties to God and that you are struggling with finding inner peace. Hope Canyon Recovery can help you to strengthen your relationship with God again and provide you with effective evidence-based treatment programs, too.
Our faith-based drug rehab in San Diego is the ideal place for you to find the support and to undergo the spiritual, emotional, and physical healing that you need to recover from an addiction. Our staff understands your struggles, and thanks to our great patient-to-staff ratio, we can provide an unmatched level of personalized faith-based care for addiction.
Christian Drug Addiction Treatment
At Hope Canyon Recovery, we welcome all Christians seeking addiction treatment. The ultimate goal of our rehab is to help you to overcome your addiction, learn the skills you need to prevent relapse, assist you in being a part of sober communities and to improve your overall quality of life.
Since we offer programs that focus on Christianity and the power that it has to help you heal, an additional goal that we have is to help you to rediscover God’s love and to strengthen your faith. Through an improved faith, you can be better prepared to tackle the struggles that life can throw at you with the confidence that God is watching over you and guiding you to a happy, fulfilled life.
Our Christian drug rehab in San Diego does more than offer a spiritual outlet to improve your recovery; we also provide the clinical, accredited programs that are known to assist recovering people attain long-term sobriety. Some of the evidence-based treatment programs that we offer alongside our faith-based support include motivational interviewing, which helps with the motivation to transform your life, cognitive behavioral therapy, which addresses problematic behavior with improved coping skills, and dialectical behavioral therapy, which helps to replace bad habits with good ones.
Combining Faith-Based Recovery With Evidence-Based Treatment
Faith-based recovery from substance abuse is not a new concept; the Alcoholic Anonymous program, which uses the 12 steps to help a person overcome addiction, is based on faith as the driving force behind the success of their program.
Since the inception of the 12-step program in the 1930s, addiction medicine has shed light on the underlying science of addiction and the risk factors of addiction. It has resulted in several evidence-based therapies that can effectively treat a person with an addiction.
At Hope Canyon, we combine the best aspects of both treatment models, science and faith, to culminate into a comprehensive treatment plan that can assist you with every facet of your recovery. When these programs are combined, they become more effective than if each program were used independently. Research from Baylor University suggests that adherence to religious practices as part of a drug addiction recovery plan can help to reduce the chance of relapse and harmful behaviors.
How Are Faith-Based Rehabs Different?
The faith-based program at Hope Canyon is different in the way that it approaches addiction treatment. Faith-based rehabs believe that, in order to be truly successful on your road to recovery, the healing power of faith must receive the most emphasis in your treatment. Viewed in this light, substance abuse can be resolved through the rebuilding of your relationship with God.
The real difference in faith-based rehab is what it can offer you on top of what you are already getting from an accredited treatment program. On top of the benefits that you can get from these programs, the addition of religious teachings, prayer groups, spiritual counselors and the benefits that faith has on your healing and recovery can only improve your treatment results.
Faith-based rehabs are also different in the way that you can connect to others in the rehab program. Your peers that are recovering alongside you in a faith-based program share many of your same experiences, beliefs and goals for the future. This can make connecting with them easier and improves the support that you feel in recovery. Many of these bonds can last long after your time with us at Hope Canyon has finished.
During an average day at our rehab, you can expect to take part in activities and therapies that incorporate religion into your treatment. For example, you might join the daily prayer group or sit with your spiritual counselor to discuss God in your life in recovery. So, instead of just focusing on behavioral therapy, recreational therapy, and our holistic healing programs, you will also take part in various Christian programs, too.
What Does The Bible Say About Addiction?
In our Bible studies and counseling sessions, we take into account what the Bible has to say about addiction and recovery. It can provide insights into how to overcome an addiction through the boundless wisdom that the Bible offers the faithful. For example:
- In 1 Peter 5:8, the Bible warns us to be sober-minded. If we let our guard down, then the devil will devour us because he is always waiting in ambush. This extract reminds us that long-term drug abuse prevention is about staying on top of your recovery.
- In Psalm 50:15, God tells you to call upon Him in your time of need, and he will deliver you from evil, and you must then glorify him.
- In 1 Corinthians 15:33, the Bible addresses peer pressure and getting involved with the wrong crowd: Bad company corrupts good character. It reminds us that we should always be aware of the people that we choose to have in our lives.
- In James 4:7, the Bible says that if you submit yourself to God, then the devil and his influence will flee from you.
- In 1 Peter 5:10, the Bible speaks about how after you have gone through some struggles, God, who has called upon you, will restore, establish and strengthen you — perfect for someone trying to recover from an addiction.