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Celebrate Recovery

Is Celebrate Recovery for you?

Celebrate Recovery was launched at Saddleback Church 32 years ago and meets weekly in over 35,000 churches, world-wide. Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12-step program for those who are ready to embark on a journey of real and lasting change.​

To explore whether or not Celebrate Recovery may hold some advantage for your life simply ask yourself whether you or someone you are in a close relationship with may:​

​​This recovery program is forward-looking. Rather than wallowing in the past, or dredging up and rehearsing painful memories over and over, Celebrate Recovery focuses on the future. Regardless of what has already happened, the solution is to start making wise choices now and depend on Christ’s power to help me make those changes.

If you or someone close to you is struggling with one of these hurts, hang-ups, or habits, join others who are working too. We meet every Friday night, 7:00-9:00 pm at our safe, hospitable programming space located at 2400 Broad Street, Ste 5, Durham, NC 27704. Park in the back and look for the orange door.

Hurting parents have hurting children. Click here to find out more about how Celebration Place can serve your child in grades K-5.

Women's Intensive 12-Step Step Study Group - Interested in going even deeper in your recovery? Find out more about our upcoming Women's Step Study here

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