Our Christian Rehab
Focuses on the Total Person
All aspects of our Columbus Women’s Rehab focus on achieving abstinence from alcohol and other drugs and, most importantly, building the foundation to support recovery for a lifetime, including spiritual healing.
Spiritually: We understand that the struggles our students face run deep. Finding strength in a new life with Christ helps them overcome challenges and build a more positive future.
Emotionally: Healing from past hurts is a crucial part of our approach. Biblical studies contribute to mental growth and help lay the groundwork for a fresh start.
Physically: Taking care of our students’ basic needs is a top priority. A safe, drug-free environment and access to necessities like food and recreation are vital for their success.
Socially: Students work on resolving relationship issues with peers and families, applying what they learn in the classroom to their everyday lives.
Educationally: Our curriculum is designed to give students practical skills for success in society. Covering topics like health, setting boundaries, managing anger, and building coping skills forms a strong foundation for lasting recovery.
Discover the Difference at Columbus Women’s Rehab
Our Christian rehab in Columbus offers a unique and transformative approach distinct from typical quick-fix programs. Unlike short-term solutions that merely scratch the surface of addiction, Columbus Women’s Rehab commits to a longer period dedicated to addressing core issues, breaking the cycle of relapse experienced by many.
What sets us apart is our willingness, both financially and as a community, to invest in each individual’s recovery. With a day-to-day structure, a strong sense of community, and a focus on faith, our program gradually guides individuals away from drug-impacted thinking. As awareness of purpose unfolds, addiction is replaced by self-love, peace, happiness, and excitement for the future. Columbus Women’s Rehab isn’t just a place for recovery; it’s a transformative journey toward a renewed and fulfilling life.
Can Strict Substance Avoidance Alone Provide a Lasting Solution?
Simply put, the answer is “No.” Just getting rid of drugs or alcohol and keeping someone away from them only works for a short time in a controlled place. Once they’re back in the regular world and still dealing with life issues, they often go back to using. It’s not a disease; it’s a learned way of dealing with personal problems that might initially feel good.
Teen Challenge adult programs go beyond just keeping people away from addictive stuff. The real deal is helping them build a whole new way of living. They slowly return to the community with a fresh purpose and learn to avoid bad habits and places on their own.
Columbus Women’s Rehab also teaches important stuff like responsibility, working hard, and taking pride in your work. But the big deal is they make sure people are honest and trustworthy, which are the important parts of good relationships and doing well in life.
Columbus Women’s Rehab’s Definition of Addiction
Addiction is characterized by an individual’s progressive loss of control over the continuing use of a substance or behavior. The user becomes obsessed with the substance or behavior despite adverse consequences and vigorously denies the existence of a problem if confronted. The user will do just about anything to maintain their addiction, so it affects not only the individual person but can also be damaging to families, relationships, careers, and many other aspects of life. The Teen Challenge Christian rehabs are designed to provide long-term recovery from such addictions.
Our Christian Rehab – Final Word and a Promise
At the core of the Teen Challenge programs is this principle…
“God’s love has the power to reach and transform every addict, offering them a life of truth, peace, and purpose. Our goal is to clear the addict’s mind and provide the right motivations, environment, training, and mentorship to support this transformation. So, if you or a loved one is on the downward spiral of substance abuse, contact a Teen Challenge program first. We promise it will be the last rehab program you or they will ever need.”