At Bethesda Recovery, women learn how to break free from the ties of addiction by pursuing wholeness — physically, emotionally and spiritually. The faith-based rehab utilizes a biblical approach to recovery called the 12 Gates, which offers hope and healing through a spiritual encounter with Jesus. Therapy and life coaching is also offered in a safe and structured environment with 24/7 supervision.
Cathy Sweat, is an expert in the area of addiction recovery and personal restoration. Cathy is a pioneer in the field of Christian recovery. She the founder of Bethesda Recovery, Inc., a non-profit ministry that helps women break the power of addiction and substance abuse. Bethesda Recovery has been open since 1996. She is a Board Certified Pastoral Counselor, a Certified Christian Life Coach, and is an Ordained Minister with the International Pentecostal Holiness Church (IPHC). Currently, Cathy Sweat is a Regional Pastor of the Northeast Region of the Sonshine Network Ministries, and she is the Senior Pastor of Bethesda Fellowship. She is a frequent conference, church, and women's group speaker and she is actively involved in helping churches recognize addiction issues among Christians and equipping them to participate in the recovery process.More
Licensed minister with International Pentecostal Holiness Church. Christian Life Coach.More
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