Overcomers in Christ deals with every aspect of chemical dependency and dysfunction (spiritual, physical, mental, emotional, and social) using Christ-centered motivations.
Treatment and Recovery Support Services
These organizations include peer-to-peer organizations, mutual support groups, and counseling services that offer support to individuals recovering from mental and substance use disorders.
Overcomers Outreach provides Christ-centered, 12-step support for people with any compulsive behavior, their families, and friends. It uses the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and applies them to the Scriptures.
Oxford House is the umbrella organization for a network of more than 1,200 democratically-run, self-supporting, and drug-free group homes throughout the country.
Partnership for Recovery (PFR) works to increase education and awareness of dependency disease among members of Congress and the public, and eliminate barriers to treatment for the 22 million Americans struggling with alcohol or drug dependence. It included organizations such as the Betty Ford Rehabilitation Center, Bradford Health Systems, Cumberland Heights, Father Martin's Ashley, Gateway Rehabilitation Center, Hazelden Foundation, Valley Hope Association, and the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers.
The Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona: Guadalupe Community Change Oriented Recovery Effort provides quality, competent, and culturally compatible peer services to tribal and community members investigating or seeking support in ending a substance use or dependence. It also promotes healing, wellness, and sobriety for individuals, families, and the community.
Pennsylvania Recovery Organizations Alliance mobilizes, educates, and advocates to eliminate the discrimination toward those affected by alcohol and other drug dependencies to ensure hope, health, and justice for individuals, families, and those in recovery.
Phoenix House, a nonprofit organization, serves individuals throughout the country who are struggling with mental and/or substance use disorders. This organization provides residential and outpatient treatment along with prevention and recovery support services.
Pills Anonymous, a self-help, self-supporting, anonymous 12-step program, is based on Alcoholics Anonymous. It is designed for those who want to help themselves and others recover from chemical dependency.
The Pima Prevention Partnership aims to reduce relapse and supports wellness using a strength-based approach to recovery.
Presbyterians for Addiction Action assists Presbyterians as they minister to restore people of the Presbyterian faith.