Recovery & Restoration

Damascus Home of Redwater is devoted to the purpose of pointing the willful person toward victory and freedom through our Lord Jesus Christ. From day one until completion of the ninety day residential treatment program, the Lord Jesus Christ is the focal point. We believe that it is God’s desire that His children prosper spiritually, physically, socially and financially, but this requires humble submission to His will and principles as revealed in His Holy Word. We provide a season of discipleship and accountability during which each of these aspects of a man’s life can be fully restored.

As a certified GOD 14 facility, Straight Street Restoration Center utilizes the evidence-based GOD 14 Drug and Alcohol Recovery program. The Daily schedules are filled with bible studies, one-to-one and group counseling, life management skills, and sermons. This Christ-centered schedule is divided into three thirty day modules. Daily activities present topics such as, salvation, repentance, grace, sanctification, and the sufficiency of Jesus Christ. God’s directive tasks of evangelism and discipleship are the essence and standard within the treatment curriculum.

Restoration is God’s promise to the faithful man who seeks the mind of Christ and the heart of an obedient servant.  It is assured that “There can never be true recovery and restoration without Jesus.” With Jesus, the outcome is predictable! Men transformed – freed from the bondage of addiction – and, by faith, placing their total dependency and life in Jesus Christ.

The treatment and recovery services offered by Damascus Home of Redwater, Inc. are exclusively religious in nature and are not subject to licensure or regulation by the Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse. We offer only non-medical treatment and recovery methods, such as prayer, moral guidance, spiritual counseling, and spiritual study.

“All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work.” – 2 Timothy 3:16-17