Great Compassion Ministries is a Christ-centered recovery program that is designed to assist individuals who are recovering from alcoholism and/or drug addiction.
Our main focus will be to help the client to maintain sobriety while building a relationship with Christ. Regular in-house Bible studies, weekly one-on-one meetings with staff, regular church attendance and spiritual mentorship are all part of the GCM program.
Clients stay is a suggested 1 year minimum; however, clients may be allowed to participate in our program for up to 2 years if they have continuously made significant progress and have followed all of the programs rules and boundaries (i.e. actively engaged in 12-Step/self-help groups, completed an outpatient program, grown spiritually, obtained/maintained full-time employment etc.). Great Compassion Ministries’ (GCM) clients utilize self-help programs such as Celebrate Recovery (CR), Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA). Clients also utilize regular in-house spiritual direction, life-skills training, and employment services which help the clients maintain their new productive lives. Clients are required to follow all of the house rules and program boundaries which are set forth by the Program Director. These rules and boundaries have been put in place in order to help prepare the clients to reenter society. There is a zero tolerance for alcohol and/or drug use while a client at GCM.
Great Compassion Ministries is confident that our Christ-centered program can help the clients to achieve stability in their recovery. Our main focus is to help the clients maintain their sobriety while they build a personal relationship with Christ. Regular in-house Bible studies, weekly one-on-one meetings with staff, regular church attendance, and spiritual mentorship are all part of the GCM program.
Discipline and Structure
Discipline and structure is used as primary vehicle to help the clients experience responsibility, freedom, love, balance, growth, and positive life-style changes. All of the clients are required to follow all of the house rules and program boundaries as set forth by the Program Director.
All of the clients are required to establish and maintain regular, legal employment. Employment is a tool that GCM utilizes to help the clients establish structure and stability in their lives. Employment is a requirement within the program, and all of the clients will be asked to provide evidence of their employment.