Our vision is to provide unparalleled service before self, through the dedication of staff and daily implementation of Step 12. Our vision is to achieve industry-leading recovery rates and to remain a flagship of excellence in training, equipping and empowering those affected by addiction, through the development of world-class facilities and innovative, effective rehabilitation programmes.
- Global percentage of prisoners incarcerated for a drug-related offence. 20%
- Percentage of the global drug-using population who suffer from substance use disorders. 12%
- Global percentage of teenage cannabis users who will develop drug dependence as adults. 17%
- Global percentage of people with substance use disorders that receive formal treatment. 16.6%
DYNAMIC TREATMENT PROTOCOLS
We are committed to the continual development, by a multi-disciplinary team, of effective recovery programmes and holistic, individualised treatment plans.
CONTINUED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
We are committed to the continual professional development of its staff, as are its staff committed to their own personal growth.
PROFESSIONALISM, TRANSPARENCY AND PROGRESS
We are committed to professionalism, transparency and progress in all aspects of our programme and dealings with others.
LEADING RECOVERY RATES
We are committed to providing a comprehensive treatment process which maximises achievable recovery percentages.
We are committed to the provision of a safe, therapeutic environment for our clients, both physically and spiritually, in which individuals are able to break the bondages of addiction.
We are committed to Christian principles. The staff are committed to guidance from God and to remaining humble, tolerant and empathic towards the still-suffering addict.
Our Incredible Team
All members of our team are fully qualified and registered with the relevant governing bodies. More importantly, our staff members are wholly committed to this ministry and take the treatment of every individual very personally.
“Recovery is 100% achievable and relapse is not an option. Be proud of your recovery.”
“Address the biopsychosocial aspects of recovery along with the behavioural and spiritual components.”
“All individuals have the potential to achieve recovery. Recovery is a journey and not a destination.”
“Recovery requires taking it slow and steady, just take it one day at a time.”
“Recovery is about integrity, honesty, open-mindedness, willingness, humility and gratitude.”
“Addiction begins and ends in pain. The deeper that recovery sinks into the heart, the more successful it will be.”
“Recovery means no longer turning away from oneself and instead facing one’s inner emptiness.”
“Once you hand your heart, soul and life over to God, you will start to see that recovery is possible.”
“Addiction requires healing at a core level, to redevelop a secure attachment style and strong sense of self.”
“Nothing is impossible when Christ is at the centre of your recovery. The only impossibilities come from our lack of belief.”
“When you humbly look into the hardest to reach parts of your soul, you will truly be on your way to recovery.”
“Recovery means being grateful for being alive and making amends individually, and within the family.”
Ladies Top House Manager
“I believe in the principles of SCRC. A relationship with God is the only way to maintain lifelong recovery.”
Halfway House Mananger
“All the excitement and wonder of adventure are mine to explore.”
“Real recovery requires a completely new way of life and a fundamental change of heart.”
“It doesn’t matter how far you have travelled in the wrong direction, you always have the chance to turn around.”