“A lot of people are hurting right now, and they’re turning to painkillers and other opioids for relief,” reports NBC 15 News, a local news source. Sadly, 2020 drug overdose rates increased by 45% compared to 2019, with many attributing the cause to isolation, job loss, and the death of loved ones.
NBC 15 News also shared research from JAMA Psychiatry stating that, “nearly 900 drug overdoses reported to emergency rooms in Mobile County between January and November of 2020. The vast majority of those were white people between the ages of 25 and 49.”
Yet, despite these alarming statistics, there is hope for those struggling with addiction!
“We offer Christ-centered recovery for hurting and broken people struggling with addictions. We know there is hope for every person and that hope is in Christ Jesus,” said Big Fish Ministries (BFM) Founder and Executive Director, Isaac Stooksberry.
Don’t Wait, Get Help
Long-Term Recovery Programs
Our long-term men’s & women’s recovery programs offer healing and transformation through:
- Recovery classes
- Faith-based individual & group counseling
- Case management
- Biblical teaching
- Life-skills training
- Discipleship classes
- Job-readiness training
- And more
Outpatient Recovery Program
Outpatient recovery services are also available. Open to both men and women 18 years of age and older, the program is led by licensed substance-abuse professionals.
We’re excited to be celebrating recovery and freedom with another class of men’s program graduates soon.
If addiction is holding you back from experiencing the fullness of life, don’t wait until it’s too late. Get help today!