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Christian Residential Treatment Centers

Christian inpatient treatment centers offer interventions based largely on Christian principles. Many offer traditional 12-step programs. Others are based more directly on Biblical/Christian principles. The advantage of Christian Residential Treatment programs is that they allow the person to be in a 24-hour residential program that provides intense round-the-clock treatment in order to promote optimal change. Need help selecting, or for more information, <Click Here> (How to select a program.)

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Women's eating disorders, addiction, self-harming or other destructive behavior. Holistic approach.; Spirituality included.

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Illinois
877-257-9611
Christian Drug & Alcohol Addiction Inpatient Treatment. We provide 16 hours of 1 on 1 counseling per month, with an entirely Christian Staff.
Christian Addiction Treatment
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Canada & Florida
877-644-0633
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A Christ-centered therapeutic, wilderness style residential program and school for troubled teenage boys and girls age 12-17.
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Georgia
706-779-5766
ALPHABETICAL


ALA is an evangelical Christian boarding school designed for troubled teens. Jesus is the only answer.

Serves Throughout
USA
888-305-6729


Offers a dedicated Christian Addiction Recovery program for women who want a spiritual recovery program that incorporates strong Christian values.

California
866-316-4012


Comprehensive Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program. Faith-based treatment is Available.

Florida
877-284-0353


90 day minimum program for adult male alcohol/addict...spiritually based

Texas
866-905-4550


Comprehensive Review of Christian Boarding Schools in the U.S.A. (Listed by State and Denomination

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Christian treatment for alcoholics, drug abusers and problem gamblers

Arizona
866-76-SOBER


A comprehensive Christian residential treatment facility.
Where God does the healing
$4,000 a month Private Pay

California
800-404-2258


Residential treatment program serving troubled young men (14-24) who struggle with substance abuse

Arkansas
866-729-4479


Intensive 30+ Day Residential Program for adults. Utilizes Biblical, cognitive and reality-based therapies.

Florida
866-890-CARE (2273)

A non-profit residential treatment center devoted to helping people with drug and alcohol addictions. Follows a strict adherence to biblical principles in coursework and activities.

North
Carolina
828-837-7086


Christian residential 12 step program for the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction. Requires willingness to accept Jesus Christ as part of the solution throughout your substance abuse treatment plan.

Florida
877-443-7342


Adolescent & adult programs for a variety of psychological problems

Arkansas
877-9-NEWHOPE


Christian-based eating disorder treatment programs for females and males of various ages, struggling with anorexia, bulimia nervosa, binge eating and co-existing diabetes

Florida
800-736-7524



We are a private, parent-choice therapeutic boarding school for girls offering 6th through 12th grades

Louisiana
800-924-4012


Faith-based rehabilitation program helps people effectively overcome the destructive power of alcohol and drug addiction"

Texas
888-858-4717


Alcohol and drug treatment from a Christian perspective

Coast to Coast
800-781-6113


Heartlight is a year-round therapeutic boarding school that helps troubled teens begin living a more fulfilling and less self-destructive lifestyle.

Texas
903-668-2173


Sexual immorality, depression, burn out, and infidelity

North Carolina
(nonprofit)
828-963-4866


Therapeutic boarding school for

adolescent girls

Montana
(nonprofit)
408-862-7871


Christian drug and alcohol rehab. Faith-focused mission is to minister the love of Jesus Christ to the least, the last & the lost.

California
800-708-3173


Christian based transitional housing program (half-way house) for people recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.

Florida
888-469-8777


Treat individuals, couples and families: anxiety, depression, grief,, ADD/ADHD, marital discord, parenting issues, or other mental health care or relationship needs

CA, IL, KA,
MD, PA, Tx,
VA, WA
800-848-8872


Offers full range of services: inpatient, intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization

Texas
800-789-HOPE


Christian treatment for drug

and alcohol dependence

California
800-449-1625


Drug and alcohol treatment centers, inpatient and outpatient

AL, AR, CA, GA, MS, OK, SC, TN, TX
866-543-9484


A Christ-centered ministry for reclaiming the lives of adult men suffering from addiction to drugs and alcohol

Georgia
866-542-5378


Offers a full range of mental health services with treatment from a Christian perspective.

Michigan
800-678-5500



Sexual sin and sexual addiction.
Christian residental and at-home programs for men and women

Kentucky
888-PURELIFE


Christian Drug Addiction Treatment is a powerful program combining traditional therapeutic interventions enhanced with a Christ-centered approach

Florida
888-494-6317


Christian drug treatment center
for women over 18

North Carolina
704-545-1544


A faith-based mental health program offered by Brookhaven Hospital

Oklahoma
866-428-8690


Inpatient and residential programs for women, girls & boys suffering from anorexia, bulimia, other eating disorders, and related issues such as anxiety disorders (OCD).

Arizona
888-724-0802


Intensive outpatient or extended care treatment for eating disorders, men and women

Arizoona
800-845-2211


A Christ-centered therapeutic, wilderness style residential program and school for troubled teenage boys and girls age 12-17.

Georgia
706-779-5766
Salvation Army Adult Rehab. Centers


Provide spiritual, social and emotional assistance for men and women who have lost the ability to cope with their problems and provide for themselves. No Cost.

Throughout U.S.A.
800-728-7825


Christian Therapeutic Boarding School for Troubled or Struggling Teens: Self-Esteem problems, drugs, abuse,, anger, ADHD...

Missouri
800-584-8005


Break free from drug and alcohol addiction. Non-denominational. Faith-Based holistic approach to treatment.

Pennsylvania
888-777-1098


Addictions, Anger, Depression, Eating Disorders, Emotional and Sexual Abuse, Family/Marital problems and Spiritual Burnout

Washington
1-888-771-5166


Women's eating disorder, addiction,

self-harming or other destructive

behavior

Illinois
877-257-9611


Christian and Traditional Treatment,
Executive Treatment

Florida
877-209-1383


Christian boarding school for
troubled teen girls

Wyoming
1-307-645-3384


If your troubled child needs Christian help then Ohio has some options...

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Christian Drug & Alcohol Addiction Inpatient Treatment. We provide 16 hours of 1on1 counseling per month, with an entirely Christian Staff.

Canada & Florida
877.644.0433


Ministry committed to helping troubled teenage youths and their families. With over 40 years of experience in counseling teenage youths with alcohol and drug addiction, and teenage behavior problems

Tennessee
888-274-2036
Washington
1.888.771.5166
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Choosing A Residential Treatment Program

There a number of factors to consider when selecting a Christian Inpatient Treatment program.

Disorders Addressed:

Treatment programs differ with respect to the nature of the disorder/disorders that are addressed. One of the first decisions to make when considering inpatient counseling, is whether the facility treats your particular problem, or that of your loved one?

--Anxiety Disorders --Eating Disorders --Drug Addiction
--Depression --Alcohol Abuse --Co-Occurring Disorders
--Child Behavior Problems --Adolsecent Rebellion --Sexual Addictions

Gender/Age:

Some of the facilities are co-ed, whereas others are exclusively for men or women. Some have age restrictions and deal with only adolecences; others deal exclusively with adults.

--Are there age restrictions?
--Is the program exclusively designed for men? Women? Adolescent Boys? Girls?
--In adolescent programs, are the parents involved? When? How?

Christian Orientation:

The facilities listed in the chart above were selected because they claim to approach therapy from a Christian orientation. However, it is important to call or contact each facility to determine if their approach is similar to the Christian values that you hold. Ask questions like:

--What is the general philosophy of treatment? How are people healed?
--Is the program linked to a particular denomination of Christianity?
--Do the therapists use the Bible and/or scriptures during counseling?
--Do the therapists pray during counseling?
--What version of the Bible do the counselors use?
--Are clients given Christian materials to read/study?
--Are regular chapel services or church attendance expected and encouraged?
--Are times set aside for prayer?
--How does the treatament approach differ from a strictly secular approach?

Location of Facility:

Always check out the location of the facility. Some of the residential facilities are located in beautiful settings that are conducive to healing. Some settings are by the sea; others are in the mountains. You will need to consider the cost of transportation and accessability of the facililty.

--Which state is the program located in?
--What type of setting? Mountain? Seaside? Isolated? Rural? Urban?
--How far away is the treatment setting?
--How long will it take to travel there from where I live?
--What forms of transportation will I need? Plane? Car? Train?
--How much money will transportation cost?

Rember, you can use Google Maps to get directions to the facility and find out how long it will take to get there by car. Also, you may be able to scout out the general terrain and get a peak at surrounding geography by checking out the facility by downloading and using Google Earth.

Quality of Facility:

Try to go online and have a look around the treatment facilities. They should have pictures and they may even have a webcam that is focused on the facilites or surrounding area.

--Will you have your own room? Or do you have to share with someone?
--How are the rooms furnished? TV? Cooking Facilities? Air Conditioning?
--What time is "lights out?" Wake up time? Noise levels in rooms?
--Do you have any physical limitations or special needs to consider?
--Can you take walks in the country? By a stream? Waterfalls?
--What type of distances are involved when walking from one place to another?
--What is the food like? Do you have any special dietary needs? Allergies?
--Try to get hold of a sample menu. Can you order your own food?.

Cost:

A major factor to consider is cost. Some of the facilities are non-profit. Others are private pay. Some take insurance; others do not. Take time to discuss finances with the person in charge of admissions. Make sure you get things in writing, if you are offered special discounts or "scholarships." Also, please contact your own insurance company to insure that you have coverage. Double check that they cover the type of "disorder" that is being addressed. Once again, try to get something in writing, and keep track of the names and dates of people you talk to.

--What is the estimated daily, weekly, or monthly cost?
--Do you take insurance, and is mine covered?
--Have my deductibles been met?
--Have I reached "maximum out of pocket?"
--Are there "extra costs" if I have special needs or requests?
--What happens if I need more treatment, but run out of money?
--Are there ways I could cut down on overall costs?
--Are any scholarships available for single moms/dads?
--If I pay cash, can I get a discount?
--Do you have any type of extended payment plans?

Staff and Staff Training:

You will want to closely evaluate the number of staff at the facility and their backgrounds and educational training. You will also want to inquire if there are medical staff available (nurses/doctors) at all times at the facility. You will also want to know what emergency services are available.

--Is there a medical doctor on staff? Does he/she live at the facility?
--What procedures are in place in case there is a medical emergency?
--Where is the nearest hospital and how long does it take to get there?
--What level of education do staff have? Masters? Doctorates? Certifications?
--How long have the therapists been in practice?
--How many hours of individual (one-on-one) therapy are given to each client?
--How many hours of group theapy will the individual receive?

Ongoing Schooling:

For children entering a program who are school, it is important to consider what type of education you child will receive during his/her stay at the treatment facility...

--Is school available for school-aged children who are in the facility?
--How many hours a day will the child be expected to be in school?
--What will the curriculum be composed of?
--Will there be a certified teacher in charge of education?
--How is progress assessed? Tests? Papers?
--Who will communicate back to my child's school?

Sports/Activities Available:

Be sure to explore the types of extracurricular activities are possible at the particular facility? You may be paying a lot of money for residential treatment, so you will want to make sure you are getting quality services.

--Sports (baseball, basketball, softball, tennis, etc.)
--Walks, trails, mountains, falls, rivers, boating, canoeing, sailing, etc.
--Swimming? Horseback riding?
--Arts and crafts? Painting?