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While God's grace is sufficient, are you finding that prayer alone is not enough? Failing to be rigorously honest about the problem or being paralyzed by the fear of condemnation, you are at risk of putting a full-time effort into growing a secret life in the dark instead of living a Spirit-led life in the light. Recovery in the Pines provides holistic programs focused on true repentance, healing and transformation.

"Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect."
(Romans 12:2 NLT)

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Multi-Phase Process

To successful treat someone who is caught in the trap of addictive substances, behaviors, and mental health concerns, we must do more than simply getting them to stop. Transformation requires multiple phases focused on working through complex issues and building a new life.

  • Stabilization

  • Education

  • Implementation

  • New Habits

  • Meaningful Purpose

Therapy Session

Our Process Defined:


First, we must stabilize clients before we can move forward with treatment. Stabilization may be necessary physically, emotional, mentally and spiritually.


Next, we begin the education process teaching clients about the roots and ramifications of their addictions and other mental health concerns. We identify any past issues of trauma, other Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), unhealthy social and environmental influences, and help the client reframe their relationship with these. We then educate them about a new way to live, including changes in behaviors and perceptions along with new life skills.


Like discipleship, we walk through the day with our clients to assess how they implement the new skills they’ve learned. Typically, during this phase, clients start working and/or going to school as they learn a new healthy life balance with other necessary aspects of the program.

New Habits

In this phase, we assess how the client successfully transitions from implementing the new skills they’ve learned under our supervision to self-managing them on a day-to-day basis.

Meaningful Purpose

In order to have a good chance of thriving, we help our clients define a new purpose for their life. In this phase, we co-develop a new life path of purpose, so our clients transition to their home environment with a plan that motivates them to continue their transformational work.

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Four Pillars for Success

Our Christian Discipleship Recovery Model combines a robust schedule, with a high level of structure, supervision and discipline. Our well-rounded team is dedicated to pouring into the lives of the people in our care. They work cooperatively implementing our four key pillars for stability in life:


Blending Twelve Step studies with psycho-education and psycho-therapy sessions


Healing spiritual maladies through a relationship with God, or a Higher Power greater than ourselves

Medical, Health & Wellness

Healing the body and mind with appropriate medications, nutrition, sleep habits and exercise

Life Skills

Real-world, practical skills (beginner to advanced) for healthy, independent living

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