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HOW IT WORKS

 

Chain Breaker House is a men's residential center for addiction and recovery in Columbus, Indiana. This house will provide a six to eight week orientation recovery program in collaboration with the Wheeler Mission Hebron Recovery Program. This program is funded by Chain Breaker Ministries, Inc. See how you can help support Chain Breaker House.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Chain Breaker House is for men trapped in the bondage of addiction who seek to rebuild their lives equipped with long-lasting solutions founded on God's Word.

HOW ARE MEN ADMITTED?

Initial screening is conducted by phone, followed by an intake interview with a program manager.

In total, Chain Breaker House will house a total of nine residents and two Staff Peer Group Specialists. A Program Manager is present five days/week and lives off-site.

WHAT IS THE PROCESS?

Following the successful completion of the Phase I Orientation program at Chain Breaker House, the residents are ready for Phase II at Camp Hunt, Bloomington. Phase II is a 6-8 month Long-Term Residential Christ-Centered Addiction Recovery and Discipleship Program facilitated by Wheeler Mission.

 

HEBRON ADDICTION RECOVERY PROGRAM

Hebron is a long-term, residential, addiction recovery program that helps men address addictions and other life-dominating sin by focusing on a total life change through a relationship with Jesus Christ. This program begins at Chain Breaker House in Columbus with the Hebron Orientation Program.

For the grace of God has appeared, bringing salvation to all men, instructing us to deny ungodliness and worldly desires and to live sensibly, righteously and godly in the present age. Titus 2:11-12 

 

HEBRON ORIENTATION

Hebron begins with Hebron Orientation. During this 6-8-week program, assessments are completed to gauge readiness for change. Legal, medical and other needs are assessed for stabilization. During this time, men will learn to work, relate to others in the program, and attend biblical teaching classes. After this initial orientation program, men may enter the 6-month Hebron program at our Training Center.

HEBRON ADDICTION RECOVERY PROGRAM

Hebron is a long-term, residential opportunity for men to receive help with addictions and other life-dominating sin. This six-month program is designed to help men learn how to biblically overcome addictions and life-dominating sin. Men will be a part of a group where they will study through Self-Confrontation: A Manual for In-Depth Biblical Discipleshiptogether with support and training from their assigned Program Manager. During this time, they will attend classes with seminary-trained instructors and engage in work training with our various work crews at Wheeler Mission Pallets & Industry for a work reference after successful completion of the program. Men will also have the opportunity to fellowship with members of local churches for weekly Bible Studies. They will learn what it means to take ownership of their actions, engage in seeking forgiveness, and address their own forgiveness issues. The goal is not just to see men use this training for themselves, but to also see them use this training to learn how to help others. After 22 weeks, men may complete an optional exam and earn their Training Certificate in Basic Theology and Biblical Counseling. This would make other ministry training opportunities through Wheeler Mission available to them. For men in Hebron who are married and/or have children, we offer our family counseling services. The goal of this service is to allow each man to grow, heal, and be equipped with discipleship training alongside his wife and/or children. We believe that families need to heal together, not apart. We offer weekend housing and biblical counseling for men enrolled in this service. After completion of Hebron, graduates may return home, join our Connect program, or enroll in our Equip program.

HEBRON ALUMNI EVENTS

Family Cookout at Brookside Park. This family friendly event began in 2011 and attendance has increased drastically every year. We enjoy backyard games, a catered meal and some great fellowship. This is a great way to get refreshed, spiritually and physically. Bring your whole family!


Hebron Homecomings. This incredible event began in 2008 and sees graduates of Hebron return from all over the world to Hunt Training Center for a weekend of fellowship, fun, and prayer. This is a great way to get refreshed, spiritually and is a popular way to stay connected with the men the alumni who were side-by side with you in the program. Bring your whole family!

EQUIP: HEBRON

Equip is specialized for graduates of our programs who decide to receive additional training by serving within our mission. Men who have received their Training Certificate in Basic Theology and Biblical Counseling may apply to enter our nine-month Equip program for Hebron graduates. This advanced course of ministry training offers men an intensive look at serving others as a way of leadership while engaging in four college level Systematic Theology courses and two practical application courses in Biblical Counseling and Servant Leadership. They will be mentored by a Program Manager while continuing to address their personal life issues. Men will assist program management staff with leading other men in Hebron while developing their own gifts and talents. They will also be given training to prepare them for Biblical Counseling Certification with the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors. Equip may be taken at either the Hunt Training Center, Indianapolis, or Bloomington campuses. Upon successful completion of Equip, men will have earned their Training Certificate in Advanced Theology and Biblical Counseling. This certificate allows them to receive potential college scholarships and college credits with our University collaborations, along with other ministry training opportunities.

2 Timothy 3:16-17 All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; so that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work.