The Internet's Best List of Christian Recovery Websites. Legitimate Resource Sites with Brief Descriptions.
The internet can be a mixed blessing, offering such incredible diversity and scope of information, but offering it in such a manner as to sometimes overwhelm.
Here is a compiled directory of legitimate faith based addiction resources. All of the following links point to the home page of large non profit Christian addiction initiatives. I hope that this list helps to facilitate your search for information on Christian Recovery.
One of the Internet's oldest online 12 steps recovery communities.
Adult Children of Alcoholics (Official 12 steps site)
The official website.
"So if the Son sets you free, you are free indeed." John 8:36
A non denominational group (very active in Detroit) of Christians following the word of God to beat addiction. More than 100 active groups nationwide.
A Christian 12 steps website. A national organization that boasts a helpline, resource content, hard copy publications and online meetings and real world conferences and meetings.
An organization of almost 300 Gospel Missions treating the addicted in communities across America. Excellent resources for people seeking low-cost Faith based care.
A Catholic organization of AA followers.
An international Christian 12 steps initiative based also on the 8 recovery principles of the Beautitudes. Recovery emphasizes personal responsibility and a commitment to Jesus Christ,
A group of affiliated recovery ministries in Washington State.
A large online community and forum of Christians in recovery from addiction. Active membership.
Inner city Christian Ministry for the poor, homeless and addicted. In multiple urban centers.
12 steps meetings for cocaine addict. The official site.
An International (Russian and American) group which preaches 12 steos style recovery through God.
A group for Christian young adults who minister to their peers having difficulties with drug or alcohol abuse, or spiritual problems.
This board group offers training and resources to churches and people struggling with addiction issues.
An enormous Faith based initiative that serves more than 6 million members in the US and the Caribbean each year - A National Group which runs hundreds of substance abuse, prevention and education programs.
Narcotics Anonymous (official Site)
A comprehensive resource site for faith based recovery. For clergy and laymen. Library of content.
National Group of Christian Social Workers.
An advocacy group that preaches parental education about drugs and alcohol.
A Christian recovery program.
The Salvation Army Drug Rehabs
A Christian 12 steps group which combines scripture and AA.
A support program for clergy, training better spiritual ministry of addiction uissues in the community and the Church community.
A national group that works to combat the stigma of addiction from within the church community, and which raises awareness and educates
A good collection of recovery prayers and other faith based recovery resources.
An online University offering a depth of resource classes, lectures and presentations aimed at teaching clergy to minister addiction recovery.
One of the nation's largest providers of low cost or free substance abuse treatment. The Salvation Army offers residential addiction treatment in most urban centers.
An enormous ministry offering long term discipliship programs to men women and teens, all at very low cost.
A national Christian organization that offers low-cost treatment, education and prevention programs in communities all across the US.
an interdenominational group of women and children who vow to stay clear of alcohol and drugs.
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