The Providence Ministries Christian Drug and Alcohol Recovery Program for men has been redeeming lives and saving souls in the name of Jesus Christ, since 1985. The goal of our recovery program is not just sobriety, but rather the complete transformation of the recovering addict into the man God always intended for him to be.
Chaplain Wesley is a native of the Chatsworth / Dalton Georgia area and a United States Marine Corp Veteran. He attended Calvary Theological Seminary earning a B.A. in Christian Counseling and also attending Liberty University earning a M.A. in Human Services. Wesley is an ordained minister and a Certified Addiction Counselor II. He has been happily married for 24 years; he and his wife Jo-Jo have two daughters. Wesley became a Christian in October of 1987 and began his recovery though the local church, later starting a Christian 12-step recovery group in 1991. Chaplain Wesley has a passion to serve those struggling with addiction and to see them come to know peace and victory through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.More
Danny works in all phases of recovery including the 12 step matrix workbook, anger management counseling, personal / situational counseling and process groups. Danny is a native of Dalton, GA, Certified Addiction Counselor II and a Certified Clinical Supervisor. Prior to joining the Providence Ministries Staff in August 2005, Danny served as a Counselor at Christian Love Ministries in Murphy N.C. for five years. He was employed with Georgia Highlands (Highland Rivers) for eight years. He has been clean and sober since September 1994. Danny has a passion for the recovering community. His experience and God's call makes Danny an asset to the "Our Masters Camp" in Middle TN, 12 Step Christian Recovery Center Program.More
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