Daylight Recovery Center’s Spiritual Track
Humans have long looked to Christ for strength and support, particularly in difficult times. Feelings of guilt, shame and emptiness may lead to the use of drugs and alcohol, most often leading to a moral and spiritual disconnect. Establishing or re-connecting one’s faith and relationship with God gives a person a new sense of hope, which is one of the most important elements in substance abuse recovery.
Daylight Recovery Center provides a spiritual track as a path to help patients connect and build a strong relationship with God. Patients discover that God forgives their past wrongs and loves them with an everlasting love. A love that promises hope and a blessed future.
Christ-Centered Treatment Includes:
• One-on-one pastoral care
• Faith-based 12-step groups
• In-house church service
• Christ-centered prayer
• Re-establishing one’s ability to achieve change
Studies indicate those who choose a Christ-centered methodology to recovery are less likely to relapse and more likely to sustain sobriety. Our non-denominational Christ-centered spiritual track provides a path that transforms individuals’ spiritual identity as an addict to a child of God. By applying the biblical practices of Christ, patients learn practices such as renewing the mind. Patients have an opportunity to break free from the shackles of addiction and regain a healthy and fulfilling life, a life in which they are free to love God, love others and ultimately love themselves. Daylight Recovery Center’s Spiritual Track is designed to help patients establish or restore their faith and relationship with God whilst addressing abuse of drugs or alcohol.