What is Refuge?
Refuge is a recovery process to heal from self-destructive coping behaviors including drugs, alcohol, pornography, anxiety, anger, food, etc.
Refuge is safe place for you to find help and hope in Jesus. Refuge provides the necessary understanding, as well as the practical tools, for real and permanent change. It is a blend of biblical principles, understanding of the brain, and proven recovery strategies for not only freedom from self-destructive behaviors, but also addresses the underlying issues that drive them.
Who is Refuge For?
Refuge is for anyone who feels stuck in unhealthy patterns of relationships and behaviors such as addiction to drugs and alcohol, co-dependency, anger, pornography, anxiety, depression, etc.
At Refuge, we find healing in community through a process of self-examination, sharing, encouragement, and accountability. We strive to be a safe place where our pain and our struggles are met by Christ’s love and grace.
What Should I Expect?
Refuge groups are highly intensive recovery groups that meet for 17 weeks. Groups are highly confidential, gender-specific groups, and require the participant’s full participation.
At Refuge you will find the love and support you need to overcome hurtful behaviors.
When does Refuge Meet?
Refuge groups are held two times throughout the year and run for 17 weeks. The groups meet weekly in the evening.
Registration and Wait List
Registration for Refuge is now closed. The next session begins in Fall 2020. You can join the waitlist below and we will contact you when registration is open.
All groups are subject to the availability of facilitators and participants.