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Road to Freedom is a Christian drug rehab program in Florida made up of pastors, Christian addiction counselors, doctors and caring professionals who are committed to the rescue mission of our Savior and Redeemer, Jesus Christ. We are passionate about providing a clinically sound and faith-based recovery program, ministering to the whole person through the whole Gospel. We accept and embrace all people.

The Gospel teaches that a life free from the bondage of addiction and sin is not only possible, in Christ it's a promise. The disease of alcohol addiction and drug addiction is a powerful vice that Christians are not exempt from. Our Christian drug rehab program is founded on the belief that hope and restoration for the lost and the broken is found through God's Word, His Spirit and His power working through His people. It is this power that can break the chains of addiction and give us strength to walk in victory for a lifetime. Skeptics, spiritual seekers, and committed believers have all had life transforming experiences at the Road to Freedom. In Galatians 5:1, the apostle Paul proclaims, "It is for freedom that Christ has set us free." Our mission is to help all who are willing to experience that freedom in Christ.

Our caring staff includes pastors, Christian therapists and doctors with many years of experience working in Christian treatment centers in Florida. Pastoral care, prayer, bible studies, worship, Christian support groups and Christian addiction counseling are the building blocks of our program. The Road to Freedom team will help you discover freedom from the bondage of addiction and teach you how to continue to walk in that liberty for a lifetime. Join us and start the spiritual healing in recovery, call today.

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The Roles of Faith and Spirituality in Recovery

In 2014, roughly 21.5 million people aged 12 and older had a substance abuse disorder. The following year, it jumped to 27.1 million. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the numbers have only increased since then. Many of the individuals who are suffering from substance addiction today don’t receive ...

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