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Those struggling with an addiction problem or compulsive behavior disorder can find help in finding a substance abuse support group, or find help in locating a rehabilitation program, or those already in recovery, can find help locating resources by utilizing the links provided below:

If you need an addiction support group, or would like to establish an outreach to the addicted in your community, contact:

Victorious Overcomers Support Group Substance Abuse Ministry
PO Box 570088
Whitestone, NY 11357
1 (800) DRUG WAR [toll free]

A 7 Victory Step discipleship support group program geared towards helping those with all addictions and compulsions.

If you need a residential treatment program, contact:

Teen Challenge is the oldest, largest and most successful program of its kind in the world. Established in 1958 by David Wilkerson, Teen Challenge has grown to more than
150 centers in the United States and 250 centers worldwide.


Find meetings nationwide. Books and literature:

Christ centered recovery program for all types of habits, hurts, and hang-ups.

For those already in recovery, contact:

The Christians in Recovery site contains over 2,000 pages of information and resources to help you help yourself.

Providing Christ-Centered Hope and Freedom
Setting Captives Free exists to offer Christ-centered Hope and Freedom to those in the grip of sin through accountability to Bible-based Truth resulting in the true enjoyment of Life in and for the Glory of God.

Contact Freedom House Ministries,  if you are seeking recovery and reside in the Portland, Oregon “metro area.”  Those attending Freedom House Ministries learn the cause of their addictions from a Christian perspective. At Freedom House, students are encouraged to turn to God as their hope for change.

Freedpm House

RESCUE missions provide emergency food and shelter, youth and family services, rehabilitation programs for the addicted, education and job training programs and assistance to the elderly poor and at-risk youth.

“Under the Influence” is a wonderful and practical daily devotional. This resource provides a spiritual focus to overcome addiction for the recovering alcoholic or drug addict.

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In Sometimes it Rains: Breaking Chains of Bondage, author Dr. Joan Rathe recognizes reveals, and shares tearful, painful, and at times beautiful, humorous, and poignant memories of her lifetime battle against dark forces of evil. Joan’s daughter, Melanie Rachelle Thompson, was a young woman who suffered most of her life from Post Traumatic Syndrome, addictions, depression, abuse, rape, and in the end was a homicide victim of a drug dealer. Melanie’s older sister Lauren Figueroa was an RN and had been working with street addicts. Tragically, she contracted Hepatitis C and lost her life.

Breaking of Chains

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Receive a copy of this 52 Lesson Devotional based on the 12 Steps linked to the Bible. This book features self application questions to assist the reader in each lesson. It is a wonderful resource for both individual or group study. Receive your copy today with a donation of any amount to help support our ministry. God bless you! Be sure to request the book when making your donation and give us your address for delivery. Free Shipping!

To receive your copy of Restoring Broken People use this link:

We are a group of Christians reaching out to the lonely men and women in prison.
Most of the inmates contacting us have already accepted Jesus or they are seeking God. All of them are lonely, discouraged, and rejected; in need of a caring friend.

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The mission of American Addiction Centers is to provide those suffering from addiction the highest quality treatment, marked by clinical excellence, individualized care, and a supportive community that inspires believable hope.


Finding a Christian Drug Rehabilitation Program

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  1. Very nice article, exactly what I needed.

    • Thank you for your kind comment. May the Lord bless Your Destiny Your Choice abundantly!

      • Why Pray for the 10/40 Window? It is the area on the map that is located from 10 degrees southto 40 degrees north of the equator.There are 69 nations in the 10/40 Window that stretch from North Africa, across the Middle East and into Central Asia. Nearly four billion people live here, including 90 percent of the world’s poorest of the poor. It is estimated that 1.6 billion of these people have never had the chance to hear the Gospel and have no idea who Jesus is. The seat of every major non-Christian religion is headquartered in the 10/40 Window. (Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Animism, Atheism and Sikhism). Two thirds of the world’s population live within this area and 95% of them are unevangelized

      • I agree that we have a big God that can answer big prayers. The LORD God is omnipresent, omniscient and omnipotent. The God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob called the universe into existence. He is all-knowing, all-wise all-powerful, just and holy. Christians should pray for the 10/40 window; just as they should “Just Pray NO!” for those addicted to be healed, delivered and set free to worship and serve the LORD.

    • Praise the Lord. My name is Vikram. I am a 27 year old Christian living in Singapore. I’m cerruntly visiting in India. I am suffering from sickness and fear of people and fear of life always. I get fearful thoughts always about my life, and I feel sad and depressed and think my life is over now. I can’t live more. The whole day I am going through headaches and tremors in my hands and legs due to this sickness. I feel negative about my life. I am also in need of job in Singapore. Please pray for me. I am really suffering. I am in pain in life. Please pray for me so that the Lord will grant me good health and remove all fearful thoughts from my mind, and that I should get well soon. Hope you will support me. Also please pray for my mother’s health and weakness, and that she should have good health and remove every tension from her mind.

      • Dear Supri:

        Healing Scriptures contain within them the capacity to produce healing. Hebrews 4:12 says, “The word of God is quick and powerful, and sharper than any two edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit…” Weymouth says, “God’s Message is full of life and power…” Jordan says, “God’s Word is alive with energy…” Knox says, “God’s word to us is something alive, full of energy…” The key to partaking of the life and healing energy in the Word is feeding on it until it penetrates your spirit where it deposits that life and energy.

        Please use the following link to for a “Daily Meditation on the Promises of God for Healing.”

  2. G’Day! Billc,Cool Post, When cfonrnntiog a person with an alcohol or drug addiction problem, the first hurdle you must overcome to get through to them is their denial in alcoholism and drug addiction. They perceive themselves to not have a problem, and this is why they will be very resistant to any sort of messages or help you will be sending their way. So, how are some ways to get past their denial?Thanks

  3. Hello Sir, please I would like you to pray for me. I am currently asking by God for a favour and also to be steadfast in his words. Your assistance will be highly appreciated. Thank you and God bless you.

    • Dear Heavenly Father and Most Holy God:

      In the precious and wonderful name of Messiah Jesus, I come before your throne of grace. I come in faith and in agreement with Peter who desires your favor and blessings. Empower Peter by the Holy Spirit t, not only have revelations of Your Holy Word, but to be a doer of the Word of God and not a hearer only. Help him to grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus and to know and do your will for his life. AMEN

  4. I produced the Christian film, Tracy’s Choices concerning a young woman who struggled with alcohol and drug addictions. Her story is soon to be published in a book as well. Additional details can be found here:

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