Restoring hope begins with contacting us. Upon entrance into the program, a person will embark on an amazing journey that will take them into recovery, redirection and restoration. Recovery is not about stopping the abuse of drugs or alcohol. It’s about learning what has driven them to those destructive behaviors, which requires redirection. They need to learn how to live rather than exist; their life needs to be restored. Relationships need to be restored. Hope needs to be restored.

True recovery only comes through God. During the first 26 weeks, the person will learn how to work through anger, attitudes, temptation, successful Christian living, personal relationships with others, conflict resolution, boundaries and other areas that will help them become the person God created. In the next phase, the person will learn how to develop a job resume, how to go on a job interview, how to manage money and other skills critical to having healthy life skills. If they do not have a high school diploma, they may begin the GED process within the first 30 days in the program. They will be given the opportunity to pursue college level classes. They will begin working towards a career. In addition, family members need to learn how to deal with a person who has struggled with addictions and has destroyed family relationships. Family restoration begins after the first month in the program.

In a family setting, Pierced Ministries wants to teach your family member how to become the person, parent, son/daughter, brother/sister, husband/wife that they can be. Who they were is not who they can become!