Tag: dignity in addiction treatment

How to Forgive a Loved One Addicted to Drugs

How to Forgive a Loved One Addicted to Drugs

How to Forgive a Loved One Addicted to Drugs When someone you care about is addicted to drugs, one of the hardest things to endure is how much it affects that individual’s family and loved ones. This can be especially difficult when things like deception, lying,...
Attending Christian Drug Rehab, Not A Christian

Attending Christian Drug Rehab, Not A Christian

Attending Christian Drug Rehab, Not A Christian One of the considerations that many make is determining whether to consider when looking at Christian drug rehab, not a Christian. Will this be the right environment? Of course, someone who is already Christian will...
Good Samaritan Drug Overdose Act

Good Samaritan Drug Overdose Act

Good Samaritan Drug Overdose Act With the opioid epidemic overtaking the country, there are new laws and regulations in place to help those who are trying to help the people who are using drugs as well as the person addicted. The Good Samaritan Drug Overdose Act is...
Rebuilding Trust After Addiction

Rebuilding Trust After Addiction

Rebuilding Trust After Addiction After you’ve started the recovery process from addiction, you might find that it’s hard to rebuild trust with family and friends. This is a process that will take faith on your part as well as faith from those you have...
Christ-Centered Addiction Treatment

Christ-Centered Addiction Treatment

Christ-Centered Addiction Treatment Nobody expects or plans to become addicted to drugs or other harmful substances, but it can happen before you know it. If you or someone you love is facing problems with addiction, finding a viable solution is vital. Without the...

Our graduates tell their stories…

When first arriving at St. Gregory I had mixed feelings about the health and wellness workouts. I came in at 136 lbs and didn’t think it was possible to reach...
- Chris
The good life is not merely a life free from addictions, physical and/or psychological—addictions that usually are the outward manifestations of deeper problems—but a life lived in harmonious balance, free...
- Matt
I came to St. Gregory’s at my all-time worst—physically, emotionally, and mentally. Having gone through a bad rehab experience once before, I had been very reluctant in succumbing to that...
- CJ
No matter where I start my thought process when reflecting upon my time before, during and after St. Gregory’s, I always seem to end up in the same place in...
- Kaele

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