FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 10, 2020
The Blackberry Center
Orlando, Florida: The Blackberry Center is pleased to announce the launch of its newest program, Get Christian Recovery: a faith-based drug and alcohol treatment program that provides healing through scripture’s guidance, in addition to the traditional levels of care.
Get Christian Recovery is a non-denominational, faith-based program created for those seeking recovery through a higher power. The program will provide top Christian recovery services like Celebrate Recovery’s Christian 12-Step Program, and L.I.F.E. Recovery International’s Freedom Groups guide, in addition to daily devotionals, bible studies, and group counseling with a Christian therapist.
The Get Christian Recovery program is led by a team of licensed therapists and clinicians that will utilize their clinical experience and passion for spirituality. The director of the Get Christian Recovery program, Ariel Champaloux-Ford, LCSW., is excited to use her Master’s Degree in Social Work and years of patient care experience to spread God’s healing and love.
The vision for the Get Christian Recovery Program is to provide an oasis of hope, rejuvenation, and healing by the Word of God. Through the program, patients will learn how to make healthy choices and create positive relationships through Biblical teachings and therapies. The goal is to build a solid foundation for patients’ long-term recovery by using evidence-based treatments, complimented by our optional faith-based approach.
About The Blackberry Center
Built in 2017, The Blackberry Center in St. Cloud, Fla. is a behavioral health and addiction hospital dedicated to providing a safe place for people to reflect, rest, and heal. The hospital is managed by Oglethorpe, Inc., a leading hospital management company in the United States. In addition to our Christian recovery option, we also offer traditional, evidence-based recovery programs. These include drug and alcohol detox, inpatient mental health, dual diagnosis, and partial hospitalization programs.
For more information, please visit https://www.theblackberrycenter.com/behavioral-health-programs/christian-recovery/