4:13 Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Program

"I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me."  — Philippians 4:13

4:13 is a one-of-a-kind, voluntary, residential, 365-day program that incorporates spiritual and addictive counseling, life skills classes and work to help a multi-cultural population whose common denominator is drug and alcohol abuse. Seventy percent of participants who stay the year leave with money in the bank, employment, restored lives, dignity, self-confidence and renewed family relationships.

Established in 1989, the program accepts participants from all areas of the country. 4:13 uses a holistic approach to help addicts restore themselves to a healthy way of living. The structured plan includes counseling, classroom instruction and work. After 90 days, residents are required to have a job and contribute to the cost of their room and board. They also open savings accounts so they have some money accumulated when they complete the program. Privileges are earned, and residents are challenged to learn better ways of coping with everyday life.

How to apply

The program is open to all males, of all faiths, from throughout the United States.The number of residents is limited to 25 at one time, so there may be a waiting list. Call 985.893.5880 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information.

How you can help

Volunteer your time as a teacher. Share your gifts... be a mentor and restore a life. Or, donate financial support to this life-changing program.

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