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For freedom Christ set us free; so stand firm and do not submit again to the yoke of slavery.

(Galatians 5:1)


Addictions steal people’s lives and break apart families. An addiction can be described as any compulsive and habitual behavior that limits your freedom. This includes alcoholism, substance abuse and dependency, drug abuse, compulsive gambling, pornography and sexual addiction, and others.

In order to identify when someone may have an addiction there are a number of warning signs to pay attention to, such as increased secrecy, withdrawing from family and friends, fatigue or insufficient sleep, failure to meet responsibilities, a decline in health, defensiveness about behaviors related to the addiction, mood shifts, and demanding more privacy.

The addictive cycle is hard to stop, but it can be broken. As professional counselors who are filled with faith, our training, skills, and experience gives us the right kind of “sledgehammer” that is needed to break the chains of addiction. Do not delay reaching out for help. Let’s get started today.


It's time to break the chains of addiction. Reclaim your life today.