At PROACT, our goal is to help each client identify, and put into practice, his or her own spiritual path that will serve as a foundation for long-term recovery. Many patients suffering from SUD have a history of abuse, neglect, tragedy, abandonment, or mental illness that contribute to changes in the way they view the meaning of their lives, their purpose and their relationships with others. Addressing these spiritual concerns has long been a part of addiction recovery and remains the basis for programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. Our spiritual care team works hand-in-hand with our behavioral health team, our clinical care team and others to provide a comprehensive approach to the care of our patients.
Our spiritual care team:
- Facilitates life review
- Provides spiritual and religious resources
- Connects individuals to spiritual resources or communities outside of PROACT
- Performs religious rites or services