Faith Fighting Addiction

RECOVERY GROUPS

Cebrate Hope (link: https://citync.com/support-recovery/)
City Church (formerly Bethlehem Baptist) – Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m. New Hope Campus

Celebrate Recovery (link: https://theheightsbelmont.org/celebrate-recovery/)
The Heights (formerly Catawba Heights Baptist) – Fridays, 6:00 p.m. (includes dinner, large and small groups)

Celebrate Recovery (link: http://venturechurch.net/celebrate-recovery/)
Venture Church – Thursdays, 6:30 p.m. (CURRENTLY VIRTUAL ONLY)

Narcotics Anonymous (link: http://www.sfana.com/)
Check website for meeting dates/times.

Alcoholics Anonymous
Find a meeting in your area (link: https://aanorthcarolina.org/meetings)

FAMILY SUPPORT

For those with a loved one suffering from substance abuse. This group offers a nonjudgmental place to share, or simply listen.
Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way, you fulfill the law of Christ. Galatians 6:2

First Baptist Cramerton
235 Eighth Ave, Cramerton
Fellowship Hall of the Hudson Building

Fourth Thursday of each month, 7:00 p.m. 

Contact: Toni Gray (Tonigray32@gmail.com) or David Julen (davidbjulen@gmail.com)

TRANSITIONAL HOUSING

Oxford House
Oxford House Faith is a self-run, self-supported recovery house for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts. 

Oxford House Locations:
MEN:
315 East Third Avenue
Gastonia, NC
(785) 783-3983

330 Stonehaven Lane
Gastonia, NC
(704) 396-6798

WOMEN:
1048 Paramount Circle
Gastonia, NC
(980) 888-0159

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What is Faith Fighting Addiction?

The Faith Fighting Addiction Program helps houses of worship use their spiritual resources to prevent the onset of opioid misuse and abuse, help congregants affected by opioid use disorder, and remove the stigma from opioids. This clergy–the designed program is initially focusing on prayer and is conducted with support from Austin’s Opioid Education Fund.

Download the guide for faith leaders here.

Articles

A Little Shame Goes a Long Way

A Little Shame Goes a Long Way

It is so easy for families to tell addicted persons “You should be ashamed.” Intense frustration, despair and grief, coupled with the hope that “tough love” will jar their loved ones into a state of clarity, can produce this phrase.

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A Call for the Christian Church to Rise up and Battle Opioid Addiction

A Call for the Christian Church to Rise up and Battle Opioid Addiction

According to theologian, Fisher Humphreys, evil comes in two forms. First, actions that we take that are wrong, those that we know are wrong, that we are free not to take, yet, we do it anyway. In the church we call these actions sins. For these actions, the church proclaims we are to preach repentance and forgiveness. As followers of Jesus, we are to repent of our sins and seek forgiveness.

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Carry Your Dirt With You!

Carry Your Dirt With You!

Carry Your Dirt With You! By David JulenMain Characters: - Naaman - A powerful general from Aram (modern-day Syria) who has leprosy - Elisha - Hebrew prophet used by God to heal NaamanAre you willing to listen to new voices about finding help? Carry Your Dirt With...

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Prayer Prompts

Children of Addiction

Children of Addiction

Pray for the children who are anxious about whether parents and caregivers will be able to do the things that are needed for them.

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Contact Us

 

601 West Franklin Blvd., Gastonia, NC 28052

PO Box 817, Gastonia, NC 28053

8:30am - 5:00pm Monday - Friday

704-867-9869 x110 and x111

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