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Program Description

F.A.I.T.H. Initiatives assists faith organizations build sustainable addiction prevention or recovery support programs/ministries.  GOAL works with Faith Partners LLC, a national non-profit that has trained hundreds of congregational teams from 22 different faith traditions in over 29 states with their evidence-based model.

Program Goals 

  • Fewer people experience alcohol and other drug addictions;
  • More people receive help in earlier stages of the addiction disease;
  • Family members receive support and assistance in living a healthier lifestyle; and
  • Congregations be active in local advocacy, prevention, educational and recovery support efforts.

Phase I: Readiness/Mobilization

Faith communities are invited to GOAL’s F.A.I.T.H. Initiatives leadership training with the support of local agencies and collaborators.

Phase II: Team Development

Congregational members including clergy and lay leadership are trained and ‘next steps’ are outlined that

include congregational survey,

creation of a strategic plan, and building local resources.  Included in the training is ongoing, customized workshops designed to strengthen teams.

Phase III: Skills and Sustainability

Program/ministry members are provided with consultations and offered specific skills trainings.  Trainings are provided by GOAL’s local team of professionals who adapt to program/ministry needs.  A support network of F.A.I.T.H. Initiatives members meet quarterly to share and learn best practices from one another.

Wrap-Around Workshops

GOAL comes along side your team to provide customized educational support to equip and  sustain your program/ministry. Below is a partial list of available workshops.

¨ Addiction is a Family Disease

¨ Addiction, Family Issues, Recovery and Healing

¨ Congregational Awareness and Empowerment

¨ How Addiction Affects Members of your Congregation

¨ Clergy Training

¨ Coping after Overdose Death

To view the full list trainings please visit: Workshops We Bring to You

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