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Our Master's Camp

277 Boys Camp Road, Pikeville, Tennessee, 37367
We place Christ at the helm of everything we do as an organization. From showing program participants extraordinary compassion to carefully preparing delicious meals, God is in all of our motivations. Our parent organization also provides help for those struggling with homelessness as well as hunger in a continuing effort to meet hurting people at their deepest need. Another factor that sets us apart from any other recovery facilities is our cost. Sponsorship cost is reduced greatly by our parent organization which pays over half of the cost for each and every program participant, reducing your expense to just $4,900 for 90 days of in-house care.

Facility Highlights

  • Affordably Priced at $4,900 for 90 Days
  • Christian Based
  • Safe and Scenic


  • Christian Community

    Our Master’s Camp maintains strong relationships with local churches and Christian support groups in order to develop a faith-oriented community and encourage clients to foster these bonds as well. Clients are invited to attend church services and participate in local Christian support groups regularly.
  • Scenic Surroundings

    At Our Master’s Camp, clients are invited to take advantage of exquisite surroundings and picturesque scenery in a serene, secluded environment designed for optimal wellness. Located in the rolling hillsides of Tennessee, clients enjoy fresh country air and vibrant wildlife in a rejuvenating natural setting.

Facility Settings

  • Average Location/Amenities

Meet the Staff

  • Kevin Shelton
    Kevin SheltonOur Master's Camp Director
    Brother Kevin Shelton became a Marine & served our country until 1997. He married in 2002. In 2004 he was saved when God showed that he, his wife and kids were lost, and that he was not being the husband and father that he needed to be. Not long after this God called Kevin to preach in 2005. Kevin took every opportunity to share God’s promises. He preached at Whitfield County YDC, nursing homes, restaurants, churches, homeless shelters, and also had a radio ministry from 2005-2008. He taught teenage Sunday school classes and worked with youth during this time also. Kevin volunteered with Providence Ministries preaching and visiting with the men in the Christian drug and alcohol recovery ministry Of Providence Ministries in Dalton Georgia. He and his wife were hired full-time as house parents in the Providence Ministries Rocky Face Boys Home. Kevin was also pastor of Macedonia Baptist Church. Kevin now serves as director of Our Masters Camp, an intensive Christian recovery center operated by Providence Ministries. Kevin loves helping others and spending one-on-one time with the O.M.C. clients. Kevin’s note is: “love others as Christ loves you.”
  • Ben Parrish
    Ben ParrishOur Master’s Camp Administrator
    Growing up in Knoxville, TN, Ben went to the University of Tennessee. After ten years in active addiction and multiple recovery programs, Ben attended Our Master’s Camp. His stay at Our Master’s Camp was the catalyst for his finding freedom from addiction through Jesus Christ. Having multiple years of sobriety, Ben is passionate about using his personal recovery experience to help the men at Our Master’s Camp. Ben plays a role in admissions, leading classes and groups, and twelve step work. He has been employed with Providence Ministries for two years. He is currently obtaining his addictions counseling license. In all things, Ben operates with the understanding “so if the Son sets you free you will be free indeed”. John 8:36.

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Our Master’s Camp is a Christian nonprofit treatment program for men that’s located on 100 acres of land in Pikeville, Tenn., about 45 minutes north of Chattanooga. While the residential program is biblically based, treatment also integrates addiction counseling and relapse prevention.

Men are required to participate in a minimum of 90 days of treatment, making Our Master’s Camp one of just 54 (24.9 percent) month-or-longer residential programs in the state; it is also one of 67 (30.9 percent) that’s dedicated exclusively to adult men.

Detox services are not available.


According to its website, Our Master’s Camp takes both a clinical and spiritual approach to recovery, with a strong focus on addressing trauma and self-defeating behaviors. The program includes individual counseling, relapse prevention, trauma recovery exercises, and 12-step work. Our Master’s Camp is also one of just 123 (56.7 percent) of facilities statewide with peer support groups.

A typical day at “camp” begins with showers and room cleaning, followed by a full breakfast. Days are complete with Bible study, group therapy, healing-related exercises, substance abuse workbook exercises, counselor-led discussions, and the viewing of inspirational videos. Afternoons offer opportunity for work therapy activities such as gardening, apple picking and cleaning. Work therapy serves two purposes - men learn valuable skills and become productive members of society. The work also helps keep the program running smoothly.

After work, men enjoy free time until dinner and then attend guest lectures and sermons. Weekends are less structured and include time off on Saturdays and church on Sundays. Upon completing 90 days (or more) of treatment, successful program graduates may decide to enroll into a sober living home nearby.


The treatment team includes certified addiction counselors and a certified clinical supervisor. Many of the staff members are in recovery themselves. The team is not medically staffed.


According to the facility's website, men reside in clean and simple bedrooms that are shared with another. Weather permitting, men are encouraged to relax around the campus pond. On Saturdays, men can spend up to $40 weekly on necessities at a local Walmart.


Our Master’s Camp received excellent response from seven alumni polled by Rehabs.com to date. While Jason referred to his stay as “Probably 3 of the most influential months” of his life, six others approved of the faith-based program and its compassionate staff.

In his written review, Daniel exclaimed: “Our Master's Camp saved my life.” Another reviewer, J.O., commented: “After trying several times to quit on my own I finally tried something different. OMC was where God placed me to help me recover from alcohol addiction.”

“The steps to recovery are here; the Holy Spirit is here; a new life can absolutely be found here for anyone who is willing to go find it,” added Aaron.

On Google, where Our Master's Camp has an excellent average rating of 4.7 out of five stars from 10 individuals to date, several praised the program for saving lives. “The best decision I ever made was going to this camp,” Patrick wrote in one such review. “I learned so much about God, recovery, and myself the staff are wonderful, and the classes and speakers are great."[1]


Though she didn't go into much detail in her survey response, Brenda, the sole loved one surveyed by Rehabs.com to date, wrote of “relatively fair” pricing.

Five-star Google reviewer Brian, in addition, credited Our Master's Camp with saving his son’s life. “This is An Awesome Place To Get Sober. My son has been to many Rehabs in two different states including Texas and Utah. We were not successful with getting my son sober so we decided that we needed a program with a Christian Center for Rehabilitation.... If you are looking to God for help to give up an addiction, contact Out Master Camp. Our Masters Camp saved my sons life!”


The fee for 90 days of treatment is $4,900. Insurance is not accepted.

[1] GoogleReviews

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