FAQs (and answers!)

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions:

1.   What is BCRC?

Brunswick Christian Recovery Center is a non-profit, Faith-based ministry serving those suffering from active addiction. We are not a traditional short-term rehabilitation facility. We work a 12-Step program taken from the Life Recovery Bible and Workbook all the while providing an environment conducive to recovery. This is a proven program that works absolutely for anyone willing to adopt it. Our primary purpose is to Provide each resident with the spiritual and educational tools necessary for a long-term recovery from the illness of addiction and the beginning of a successful life. In addition, BCRC’s aim is to help guide each resident into a personal relationship with God through His son Jesus Christ by presenting them with a clear biblical understanding of spiritual principals.

2.   How long is the program?

Brunswick Christian Recovery Center is a non-profit, Faith-based ministry serving those suffering from active addiction. We are not a traditional short-term rehabilitation facility. We work a 12-Step program taken from the Life Recovery Bible and Workbook all the while providing an environment conducive to recovery. This is a proven program that works absolutely for anyone willing to adopt it. Our primary purpose is to Provide each resident with the spiritual and educational tools necessary for a long-term recovery from the illness of addiction and the beginning of a successful life. In addition, BCRC’s aim is to help guide each resident into a personal relationship with God through His son Jesus Christ by presenting them with a clear biblical understanding of spiritual principals.

3. What does the program consist of?

Brunswick Christian Recovery Center is a non-profit, Faith-based ministry serving those suffering from active addiction. We are not a traditional short-term rehabilitation facility. We work a 12-Step program taken from the Life Recovery Bible and Workbook all the while providing an environment conducive to recovery. This is a proven program that works absolutely for anyone willing to adopt it. Our primary purpose is to Provide each resident with the spiritual and educational tools necessary for a long-term recovery from the illness of addiction and the beginning of a successful life. In addition, BCRC’s aim is to help guide each resident into a personal relationship with God through His son Jesus Christ by presenting them with a clear biblical understanding of spiritual principals.

4. Do we attend AA or NA?

Brunswick Christian Recovery Center is a non-profit, Faith-based ministry serving those suffering from active addiction. We are not a traditional short-term rehabilitation facility. We work a 12-Step program taken from the Life Recovery Bible and Workbook all the while providing an environment conducive to recovery. This is a proven program that works absolutely for anyone willing to adopt it. Our primary purpose is to Provide each resident with the spiritual and educational tools necessary for a long-term recovery from the illness of addiction and the beginning of a successful life. In addition, BCRC’s aim is to help guide each resident into a personal relationship with God through His son Jesus Christ by presenting them with a clear biblical understanding of spiritual principals.

5. What denomination are we affiliated with?

Bible takes a biblical stance on all items and does not teach or engage in doctrinal viewpoints.  We are a non-denominational Christian organization.

6. What does the program cost?

BCRC offers a 12-week residential recovery program that is free of charge to all residents, regardless of financial background.  Our residents will attend fundraiser trips during the program (approx. one trip every month) that will pay for the cost of future residents to attend.  

7. Are we a detox/medical facility?

BCRC is not a medical facility and does not employ a medical staff.  We do not offer detox services. Each resident, upon arrival, is expected to have completed a detox program and be able to pass a drug and alcohol screening.

8. What are the staff’s qualifications?

Each staff member has been carefully chosen from within the BCRC program.  The qualifications include recovery from an addiction, completion of the 12 Step program, as well as personal and professional on the job training by a North Carolina Certified Peer Support Specialist.

9. How many residents does the facility hold? 

Our current capacity is limited to 15 residents.

10. What should I bring?

For a full list of items to bring and a list of items not to bring, click this link >  

   http://bcrcrecovery.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Items-to-Bring.pdf

11. What items are prohibited?

For a full list of items that are prohibited on the BCRC campus, click this link > 

12. Do I need money in the program?

BCRC residents are not required to have personal money while in the program as all of their personal and hygiene needs are met through donations from local businesses.  If a resident arrives with personal money it will be kept in a safe during their stay. They will be allowed to have $20 per week, which will be distributed to them on the day that we go to the store.

13. What are the contact visit policies?

Residents are allowed to have one family visitation day while in the program after they have been accepted into Phase II of the BCRC program.  Phase II begins after completion of the 6th week.  For more details on visitation policy, visit this link > 

14. Do you assist with aftercare?

BCRC currently does not provide an aftercare environment.  We have a strong relationship with numerous local transitional houses that we recommend every resident consider applying to upon graduation.

15. How do I apply?

Application to the program is simple.  Visit the link below or call our Admissions Coordinator at (910)287-4357

Apply Here:

http://bcrcrecovery.org/apply-now-form/ 

Taste and see that the LORD is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in him.

-Psalm 34:88