Spiritual Foundation For Addiction Treatment Via Prayer Group
Recovery from substance abuse can be achieved via faith or spiritual healing. Faith based organizations give guidance and direction when an individual completes treatment. The first step of recognizing the addiction is often as difficult as the road to recovery itself. It is quite distressing and unsettling to open up to loved ones about substance dependence.
Someone wrestling with addiction who are religious have a lot of problems to overcome during recuperation. Spiritual believers may struggle with what their spirituality means when consuming drugs and alcohol whilst not being capable to quit them later on.
Seventy-six percent of Americans consider themselves religious based on the 2015 survey conducted by Pew Research Center.
Dependence on alcohol and drugs is the concern of millions of Americans. Whether pious or not, anyone can get addicted. No matter your religion there are steps you can take to overcome your addiction no matter your religion.
Faith can still play a significant role despite the dominance of medicine and science used during addiction therapy. During this form of therapy, there is strengthening of faiths of believers with dependence.
Give us a call if your loved one is trying to break his or her addiction.
Advantages Of Belief Orientated Rehabilitation
The need for the person to get close to God is usually the main focus in these rehabs in addition to helping an individual use the right medication to aid their recovery. Your transformation from drug addiction to a life of freedom requires blending physical, psychological and spiritual aspects. A standard method of an assisted detoxification is to use detoxes such as medical and behavioural to help with withdrawal side effects and cravings. Get the therapy to overcome addiction now and call 0800 246 1509.
Behavioural and therapeutic managements are as follows:
- Counselling and 12-step therapy
- Supervised medicine for withdrawal effects
- Teaching the users everything they needs to succeed
During rehabilitation, trained religious personnel talk and advise the addicts. The spiritual advisors also hold personal and communal sessions in helping the patients strengthen their faith. Friendship is promoted between people undergoing this type of therapy.
Groups like the Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous group bring faith-based drug rehabilitations bring recovery addicts closer. These ex drug abusers may develop attachment with each other as they offer each other some assistance while at the meetings or enjoy discussions with each other in the group. Talking and interacting with people faced with same challenges help drug abusers undergoing therapy to overcome guilt and avoid regression.
Devotion is a component of belief-centred therapy. Meetings centres dedicated to host religious services are on site. Some activities that are common in rehab centres focus more on spiritual healing include reading the Scriptures, discussing them, and meditating on what they read.
Ready to Get Help?
CALL US NOW ON 0800 246 1509
Why Choose A Religious Based Rehab
Addiction to alcohol and drugs can be prevented if an individual focuses on including spiritual guidance in their lives, according to Baylor University. Adding faith or religion to your detox makes a more effective approach to overcoming the ordeal. It provides a somewhat holistic approach to successfully recovering from addiction. These therapies are accepted and promoted by The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). There is provision of grants to over 800 of these belief-oriented agendas by SAMHSA to fight dependence.
Find A Centre For Treatment
Faith-based treatment courses throughout the country offer both inpatient and outpatient support. Regardless of your religion, you can find a rehab centre that meets your needs. People of similar beliefs, looking up to God for energy to achieve abstinence, will constantly be around you.
Share a common bond in religious belief with others in the group to benefit from faith based spiritual recovery from addiction.