Helping people deal with their hurts, habits, and hang-ups
Wednesday Nights at 6:00
441 Clay Street
Who is Celebrate Recovery for?
Welcome to Celebrate Recovery! Our program is for anyone who wants to find freedom from hurts, habits, and hang-ups that are holding them back in life. We believe that everyone has struggles and no one is immune to pain, so our doors are open to anyone who wants to join us on the journey to recovery. While Celebrate Recovery was initially developed as a faith-based program to help people recover from substance addictions, we recognize that addiction takes many forms. Our program is designed to address a wide range of issues, including but not limited to: -Alcohol and drug addiction -Codependency -Grief or loss -Eating disorders -Anger -Depression -Anxiety -Gambling -Pornography addiction -Sexual addiction -Relationship issues -Life hurts We also understand that many people who struggle with these issues may have experienced trauma, abuse, or neglect in their past. Our program is a safe and welcoming space for anyone who has experienced these types of challenges, regardless of their background or beliefs. Whether you're new to recovery or have been on the journey for a while, Celebrate Recovery is a community that supports and encourages one another. We believe that true healing and transformation happen through God's grace and the support of others who understand what you're going through. So if you're looking for a place to start your journey to recovery, we invite you to come and check us out. You're not alone, and there is hope for a better tomorrow.
Is Celebrate Recovery Confidential?
At Celebrate Recovery, we understand that privacy is a top concern for many people who are struggling with hurts, habits, and hang-ups. That's why we take confidentiality very seriously and have policies in place to protect your privacy and ensure that your personal information is kept confidential.
Here are some of the ways we maintain confidentiality at Celebrate Recovery:
We don't share any personal information about members or their attendance with anyone outside the group, including family members, friends, or employers, unless required by law or a court order.
We ask that all members agree to maintain confidentiality within the group and not discuss the personal information or experiences of other members outside the group.
We use first names only during meetings to protect members' privacy and identities.
We hold our meetings in a safe and private setting, where only members of the group are allowed to attend.
We also understand that anonymity and confidentiality are important parts of the recovery process, and we respect each individual's right to choose how much or how little they want to share about their struggles. We encourage members to share only what they feel comfortable with and to respect the privacy of others in the group.
If you have any questions or concerns about confidentiality at Celebrate Recovery, please don't hesitate to speak with one of our leaders or facilitators. We are committed to providing a safe and confidential environment where you can focus on your recovery journey.
441 Clay Street
Kingsport, TN 37660
David & Susan Lane
423-247-4122 Ext. 250
or by email - firstname.lastname@example.org