The Elijah Project is a good starter for those completely new to recovery, as well as those who have been in recovery for years, but who would like to take a fresh look at recovery from a Christian perspective. This is a 12 week course, but can be run continually as per it's original design. There are 3 stages, and each stage builds off of the previous stages. They get progressively harder and in more depth as you move along the project. It's called the Elijah Project, because we're never a finished product in God's eyes. So, we're always working on something in our lives, and this course helps focus on those aspects you want to change.
The Addiction Rehab in the Community (ARC) is a 5 day a week programme for those that fit withing the group. This is a day programme for those wanting to re-integrate back into society. It is designed to get people who have social issues as well as those recovering from addiction to get back into a normal productive life. The course has a set programme, but will adapt based on the clients needs as situations arise.
Dawn VanSice (MSFTR ESW) is a qualified counsellor and has a diploma in Person Centred Counselling. Dawn was granted a Mind Millennium award for the work she did in the community to remove the stigma of mental health and ran support groups for those suffering with Panic Attacks.
The Recovery Course is provided free of charge and is a 16 session Christian course, based on the Twelve Steps programme used by Alcoholics Anonymous. Over the last 75 years the 12 Steps have been adopted by other anonymous fellowships that have discovered that the programme works with all kinds of addiction and compulsive behaviour.