Addiction & Life-Controlling Problems

What is addiction? Addiction is a progressive loss of control over the use of a substance or behavior. The user becomes obsessed with the substance or behavior despite adverse consequences. They deny the existence of a problem if confronted. Addiction does not just affect the individual person. It is also damaging to families, relationships, careers, and many other aspects of life.

There are many other problems, besides drugs and alcohol, that have the potential to do as much damage as substance abuse. In fact, substance abuse is often symptomatic of much deeper life-controlling problems. People struggling with these issues can also benefit from an addiction recovery program.

Lifestyle addictions cover a wide array of issues that affect many people. Poor self-image, violence and anger issues, eating disorders, and sexual addiction are some common examples of lifestyle addictions. Our Christ-centered approach offers the time and space for those who are struggling to experience God’s love and grace.


Inhalants are products that are readily available in the home or workplace. Everyday products such as spray paints, markers, glues, and cleaning fluids, contain volatile

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Heroin is a highly addictive, illegal drug. It is used by millions of addicts around the world who are unable to overcome the urge to

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Gambling addiction is a continual urges to gamble despite the negative consequences it will have towards an individual or their loved ones. Gambling addicts will

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Fentanyl is a synthetic opiate pain reliever. It’s typically prescribed to patients for severe pain or injury, or after a patient has undergone surgery. It

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Ecstasy – Molly

Ecstasy, Molly, or MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine), popularly known as Clarity, Adam, Eve, lover’s speed, peace, uppers, ecstasy or, more recently, as Molly, is a synthetic, psychoactive

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Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are marked with a significant change in common eating habits. Some may start gradually, taking away or adding more food to their diet,

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