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Disclaimer: Neither Always the Fight MInistries nor Nancy Virden Are responsible for individual experiences or outcomes.)  – Information on Hotlines, Counseling Services, or treatment options in your state. How to Find a Good Drug Treatment Program and Avoid Bad Ones   The Lighthouse Network: A National Helpline that supports leaders and faith community members with finding faith-based mental health services and supports in their region. 1.844.543.3242 –  How to find the best low-cost rehabs in some states in the U.S. – How to choose the right rehab facility. – Find available treatment in each state of the U.S.
(888) 203-2709  Owned by Addictions Campuses   An excellent and comprehensive listing of every addiction service available in your state; treatment, prevention services, language-specific services, & age-specific services.    Timberline Knolls – A private residential treatment center in Chicago for women and girls who are struggling with co-occurring disorders, eating disorders, addiction, mood disorders, trauma, and PTSD.  The optional Grace Program integrates principles of Christian faith into the recovery programming. – Milestones In Recovery Treatment Center – A private residential treatment center in Florida offers an opportunity to learn and practice the skills necessary for eating disorder recovery.  Eating Disorders  Treatment Facility for women. Magnolia Creek can tailor a dual diagnosis program for co-occurring mental health conditions . Located in Birmingham, Alabama.

HopeQuestGroup.comChristian drug, alcohol, sex, gambling,  co-occurring disorders, and other addictions treatment in Woodstock, Georgia    Christian Substance Abuse Treatment Program for male young adults and adolescents (Also: co-occurring disorders; behavior/attitude; family conflicts; trauma; other compulsions). Located in Arkansas.  Christian Prevention services and a residential treatment center for troubled teen girls, located in Indiana.   A Christian Spiritually Therapeutic Treatment Experience; The Drug & Alcohol Rehab with the Highest Success Rate in San Diego, California –   Christian Treatment for eating disorders, addiction, and other co-occurring issues. Located in Washington State  To provide you with the very best in Christian care, RCA has  world-class treatment teams with extensive experience in treating substance use disorder (and mental health disorders.) Found in St. Charles, Illinois; Indianapolis, Indiana; 2 locations in Maryland; 2 locations in Massachusetts; 3 locations in Pennsylvania; and 7 locations in New Jersey. Rehab organization in Northeast Ohio

Christian Support programs  Christian 12-step group  Christian recovery program  Christian recovery support Christian mental health support   

Substance Use   Alcoholics Anonymous Cocaine Anonymous Crystal Meth Anonymous Heroin Anonymous  Marijuana Anonymous   Narcotics Anonymous Nicotine Anonymous Pills Anonymous Great guidebook on alcohol use, assessment, and treatments   Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA’s) National Helpline – 1-800-662-HELP (1-800-662-4357)    NIH- National Institute on Drug Abuse. Advancing Addiction Science     In Your Own Words – Heroin and Opioid Addiction Stories 

Local to Cleveland OHIO: 
                        Narcotics Anonymous 1-888-438-4673
                        Alcoholics Anonymous  216-241-7387 9 a.m. – 11p.m.
                        Alanon/Alateen  216-621-1381 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. 

This Is Your Brain On Drugs. Any Questions? 

Food Addiction/Eating Disorders  National Eating Disorders Association   Overeaters Anonymous  

Nancy’s Story   Quiz- do you need to consider food addiction treatment?  Science and facts about food addiction An audio resource for some of the best inspiration you will ever hear on the subject of compulsive overeating. Go to the Special Editions tab and start listening!

C’mon, No One Can Actually Be Addicted to Food, Right?

Co-Occurring Disorders (Addiction and Mental Illness Combined)    Dual Recovery Anonymous 

Mental Wellness and Relationships Codependency  Anonymous Emotions Anonymous  Self-Mutilators Anon.  Sexaholics Anonymous

Other Compulsive Behaviors/General Recovery  Computer Gaming Addiction Anonymous Clutterers Anonymous  Debtors Anonymous   Gamblers Anonymous  Spenders Anonymous  Underearners Anonymous  Workaholics Anonymous   Addiction information.  “Change is possible”  Tuck walks you through the process of overcoming sleep issues that interfere with recovery