Recovery - Evergreen

Dec 3, 2019
Who We Are

Welcome to the Recovery page of First Baptist Church of Okemos - a place where support, guidance, and resources are available to those seeking to embark on their journey to healing and wholeness. Whether you are struggling with addiction, grief, or any other challenges, we are here to walk alongside you every step of the way.

Supportive Community for Your Recovery

At First Baptist Church of Okemos, we understand that the path to recovery can be a difficult and lonely one. That is why we have created a supportive community where individuals can find acceptance, understanding, and encouragement. Our church family is committed to providing a safe environment where you can share your struggles, receive support, and develop meaningful connections with others who have experienced similar journeys.

Professional Guidance and Resources

Our Recovery program is led by experienced professionals who are dedicated to helping individuals overcome challenges and find lasting healing. With their expertise, they offer guidance and personalized support to address the unique needs of each individual on their recovery journey. We provide a variety of resources, including:

  • Access to addiction recovery specialists
  • Professional counseling services
  • Support groups focusing on various areas of recovery
  • Educational workshops and seminars
  • Referral services to reputable treatment centers

Healing Through Faith and Belief

At First Baptist Church of Okemos, we believe that faith and belief play integral roles in the recovery process. Our Recovery program incorporates spiritual guidance and support to help individuals find strength, hope, and restoration through their faith. We emphasize the power of prayer, meditation, and reflection as tools for personal growth and transformation.

Comprehensive Approach to Recovery

In order to provide a comprehensive approach to recovery, we address various aspects of healing and well-being. Our program focuses on:

  1. Physical Health: We promote activities and practices that enhance physical well-being, including exercise, nutrition, and self-care.
  2. Emotional Well-being: Our support groups and counseling services help individuals navigate and heal from emotional trauma, stress, and other mental health challenges.
  3. Social Support: We foster a sense of community and belonging through group activities, mentorship programs, and social events.
  4. Spiritual Growth: We encourage individuals to explore their faith, deepen their spiritual connection, and find solace in their beliefs.

Success Stories

Many individuals have found hope and victory through our Recovery program at First Baptist Church of Okemos. Here are a few success stories shared by our members:

John's Story: John was struggling with alcohol addiction for years, feeling lost and isolated. Through the support and guidance of our Recovery program, John found a community of empathetic individuals who encouraged him to seek treatment and supported him on his journey to sobriety. Today, John is living a fulfilling life and sharing his experience to inspire others.

Sarah's Story: Sarah lost her spouse unexpectedly, causing her deep grief and emotional distress. Through attending our grief support group, Sarah received professional counseling and found solace in connecting with others who have experienced similar loss. Now, Sarah has transformed her pain into purpose by volunteering to support others going through similar challenges.

Join Our Recovery Program

If you are ready to embark on your recovery journey or need additional support, we invite you to join our Recovery program at First Baptist Church of Okemos. Our welcoming community, professional guidance, and comprehensive resources are available to assist you in finding healing, restoration, and a renewed sense of purpose.

Contact us today to learn more and take the first step towards a brighter future.

Douglas Osrow
This page has been a game-changer for me, offering a safe space filled with hope and understanding. Thank you, First Baptist Church of Okemos, for providing a supportive community that helps us recover and thrive, one step at a time. 🌻
Nov 11, 2023
Amy Aldrich
🙌 So grateful for this amazing resource! Truly a lifeline for those seeking recovery. 🌈
Nov 8, 2023
Freddie Streeter
I'm impressed by the compassion and understanding evident in offering support to those seeking healing and wholeness. It's crucial for communities to provide this kind of assistance.
Nov 4, 2023
Monica Pickney
Great resource!
Oct 9, 2023
Lee Weatherby
The willingness to walk alongside individuals dealing with challenges is heartwarming. It's wonderful to know that this community is there to offer support and guidance.
Sep 12, 2023
Erik Schiefer
The Recovery page seems like a valuable and compassionate resource. It's comforting to know there are places like this for those in need of support.
Apr 6, 2023
Maria Madred
It's inspiring to see a church dedicated to offering resources and guidance for those on a journey to healing and wholeness. Such support can make all the difference.
May 22, 2022
Soumya Nair
I appreciate the openness and willingness to support those struggling with addiction and grief. It's important to have a safe space for recovery and healing.
Nov 22, 2021
Sallehuddin Nazir
The commitment to walk alongside individuals facing challenges like addiction and grief is truly commendable. Thank you for providing this vital support.
Aug 7, 2021
Joel Dejong
This is a great resource for anyone needing support and guidance. It's wonderful to know that help is available from this community.
Apr 29, 2021
Stanton Calvert
I'm grateful for the availability of support and resources for those struggling with addiction and grief. This is a much-needed initiative.
Apr 16, 2021
Jeffrey Toole
Having a dedicated space for recovery and healing within a church is incredibly important. It reflects a genuine commitment to helping those in need.
Sep 15, 2020
Melodie Creegan
This initiative extends a welcoming hand to those in need, allowing for a sense of belonging and support on the journey to recovery and healing.
Aug 5, 2020