Christian 12-Step Program at Banyan Chicago
A branch of Alcoholics Anonymous, the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, also known as the 12 Steps program, was originally a program used to help recovering alcoholics through the stages of addiction recovery. The 12-Step program supports the belief that only after participants progress through all of these steps can they achieve long-lasting sobriety. Fortunately, this program has expanded to other patients and is now used in both drug and alcoholism treatment. Traditionally, these programs follow a spiritual approach and incorporate a new prayer for each step. While 12-Step rehab programs often allow patients to turn to any form of higher power they may believe in, our program, The Christian 12-Step program at Banyan Chicago, is slightly different.
Christian 12 Step Recovery Program in Illinois
At our drug and alcohol treatment center in Chicago, we utilize a different version of the 12-Step program to help patients efficiently progress through recovery. Incorporating additional forms of therapy prevents any underlying issues related to patients’ addictions from going unaddressed. A Christian 12-Step recovery program like ours offers patients spiritual guidance as well as addiction education that helps them heal spiritually, mentally, and physically from substance abuse.
During Christian 12-Step groups, peers will gather to discuss their individual struggles and accomplishments in addiction recovery. These groups meet regularly to promote accountability, peer support, and a sense of community among members. Members of our faith-based 12-Step program can enjoy the wisdom of guest speakers from the local Christian community on Thursdays and Sundays. Guest speakers share a lesson on the 12 steps while also addressing certain passages from the Bible. They also answer any questions that members of the group may have regarding scripture and how it relates to the 12 Step program.
Our Christian 12 Steps method in Illinois utilizes a Bible called “Serenity: A Companion for Twelve Step Recovery” to better guide meetings and provide members with answers to any questions they may have. We believe in honesty and integrity at our facility, so we take advantage of any tool or resource that will help our patients better understand our approach to addiction treatment. Our Christian 12-Step recovery meetings are 90-minute sessions that begin and end with prayer. In group sessions, members study a particular step and how it relates to teachings from the Bible. These exercises are especially helpful and meaningful for patients who have accepted Jesus Christ as their savior and higher power. For Christians who are not familiar with the 12 Steps, our lessons offer a valuable introduction to the program and its guiding principles.
Additional Addiction Therapy Programs Offered at Our Facility
Our faith-based 12 Steps treatment is an important part of addiction recovery for many patients, especially for those who have either accepted Jesus Christ into their heart or have grappled with their faith. Many addiction therapies base their principles on submitting to a higher power and strengthening your spirituality. With the guidance of scripture, patients in our Christian 12-Step program in Chicago can begin or strengthen their relationship with God, as well as improve their faith. The emotional and psychological factors of addiction often require additional assistance that’s beyond physical treatment. Patients have to heal from the inside out to experience full recovery and have a better chance of long-term sobriety.
Because everyone is different, we don’t like to limit our patients to one form of treatment. Alongside our faith-based 12-Step program, we also provide other forms of addiction therapy, including:
The effects of substance abuse aren’t limited to the individual but often affect those around them. To further facilitate recovery, we provide patients’ loved ones with recovery resources as well. Our family and couples therapy allows spouses and families of addicts in our care the opportunity to meet with our licensed therapists and work on their own recovery from addiction.
Recovery is a step-by-step process, but the skills learned through our faith-based 12 Step program can continue to be applied to your life after rehab. If you or someone you know is suffering from addiction, and is seeking addiction recovery that can strengthen their relationship with God, contact us today.
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Great experience. I'm still clean and sober. 63 days today. Would recommend Banyan at clear Brook with high regards. Thank you all. Life couldn't be better ....Kevin Apthorp S.
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A family member is currently being treated at Banyan Philadelphia & I am absolutely thrilled with their professionalism, attention to detail, communication to the family, thoroughness, & most importantly the excellent care that they provide to their patients.Chris R.
Most Insurance Plans Accepted
At Banyan Chicago our goal is to make sure that anyone who needs treatment from drug and alcohol addiction are able to get the help needed to assist them on the road to recovery. If you don't have insurance contact us to inquire about alternate methods regarding treatment for yourself or a loved one.