Grace Track’s powerful recovery program employs both the principles of the twelve steps and the Word of God as found in the Bible. Rather than seek a general spiritual healing from addiction, Grace Track’s faith-based approach combines the tools of Christianity with the tools of the twelve steps to build a broad, stable foundation for genuine sobriety. While the twelve steps emphasize the need to connect with “god as you understand god”, Grace Track nurtures the communion between the sufferer and our Lord God, Jesus Christ, through whom a deep and lasting relief from addiction may be sought. Tailored to Christian ethics, Grace Track bridges the gap between simple recovery and God’s salvation by relating the twelve steps to God’s message as outlined in the Life Recovery Bible, which explores the real life experience of fellow addicts who have recovered by working the twelve steps in conjunction with reconnecting to the limitless bounty of God’s Grace. These true stories reflect God’s indispensable role in recovery, revealing Him to be the source of all true healing, restoring hope to the hopeless and faith to the fallen. Accepting God’s forgiveness, those in recovery allow themselves to be lifted up to a new life free from the isolation, suffering and disharmony that has been the hallmark of their addiction. Essentially spiritual and infinitely practical, the Grace Track program offers a pragmatic, faith-driven path to lifelong recovery.

Grace Track Activities

The Grace Track upgrade includes the following:
  • Six additional group counseling sessions each week  guided by a Christian counselor.  Sessions focus on the Life Recovery Bible Study Work.
  • Participation in “Celebrate Recovery” (a recovery ministry under the direction of Pastor Rick Warren) at Saddleback Church on Friday evenings.
  • Reverend Clark Burlew, Christian counselor provides private and intensive one on one weekly counseling.
  • Sunday service at local community Church.
Real recovery awaits. All you need is the courage to call 800-781-6113.