Christians, Meth Addiction, and Faith

Methamphetamine users who

relapse will often say that they

didn’t want to start using

again, but that the depression

and anxiety of being sober

were unbearable.  Meth alters

brain chemistry long after

one has stopped using.

Thinking is not clear, and

hence relapse can occur.

There is hope for a better

life through the use of

a Christian-based treatment

and recovery program.

AA’s second and third step

of recovery suggest that we

accept the power of God to

heal us when we are unable

to do this alone by ourselves.

Christian-based recovery programs

can show you the path to recivery

from meth abuse.

Now is the time to start living wisely.


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