a person taking part in faith-based recovery

For clients who are seeking a deeper spiritual approach to their addiction recovery, Solution Based Treatment & Detox offers a faith-based track using faith principles to break free of the bondage of addiction. To ensure that all feel welcome, we do not preach a particular religion to any of our clients; however, we do look at the Word of God from the Life Recovery Bible to provide guidance on our struggles and support our faith.

What to Expect From Faith-Based Recovery at Solution Based

We offer a faith-based recovery track called “Building on the Rock,” where clients are encouraged to spiritually reflect on themselves, and scripture is used as guidance to overcome addiction’s grip. Clients receive individual counseling and group therapy sessions with our spiritual and knowledgeable staff. In our faith-based treatment program, God’s love and acceptance are emphasized so that the recovering person can gather strength and find inspiration to break the bondage of any addiction.

Join Our Faith-Based Track for a Christian-Based Recovery

Our faith-based track features knowledgeable Christian counselors at all levels of care who have implemented and taught faith-based recovery principles for over a decade to those seeking spiritual growth. We understand deeply how important building a relationship with God can be for many individuals undergoing the recovery process.

What Clients Say About Our Program

Clients who have attended this track have discovered it is easier to practice forgiveness, surrender, self-love, and find purpose in their lives again, making it easier for them to stay sober. We know a life with purpose is worth living. Many clients who attend this track have said, “This is what has been missing from my life.”

Contact Solution Based Treatment & Detox in Murrieta, CA to learn more about our treatment options and how we can help you or your loved one break free of the bondage of addiction.

The extended use of psychoactive drugs fundamentally changes the thinking of an addicted person. Since thinking affects spirituality, getting sober helps us stay mindful, connected, and cognizant. If you have developed a dependence on a substance that is harming your health, dreams, family, relationships, and future, a medication-assisted treatment program at Solution Based Treatment & Detox can help you get your life back and move through trauma.

Religion Didn’t Prevent My Drug Use Before. Why Would it Work Now?

Your relationship with your higher power becomes stronger in your sobriety than you ever thought possible. People who live their daily lives surrounded by fear and uncertainty sometimes use dangerous drugs to assuage that fear. We know that a person’s genetic makeup, personal experiences, and lack of effective coping skills often point them toward becoming chemically dependent on a substance that will destroy their existence. Renewing your relationship with your higher power also strengthens your recovery from the following issues:

  • Substance use disorder
  • Mental health concerns
  • Process addictions
  • Dual diagnosis
  • Polysubstance addiction

Religious beliefs and substance use disorder evoke surprisingly similar neurological patterns. Many of the risk factors that compel a person toward drug and alcohol use can be used to overcome addiction with the help of medical and behavioral addiction treatment. The search for identity, community, and purpose among individuals can be found in religious gatherings and harmful peer groups. Religion on its own cannot prevent or cure substance use disorder, but, in combination with science-based addiction treatment, the belief and faith in a higher power can help some people achieve–and hold onto–their sobriety.

Faith-Based Addiction Treatment in Murrieta, California

Contact Solution Based Treatment and Detox today to learn more about our faith-based addiction treatment programs. Contact our Murrieta, CA, campus by calling 833.999.1941 to get started on the path toward healing and a newfound relationship with your higher power.

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