About the Program

FACT: Of the 26 million people in the United States who are substance abuse addicts, less than 10% are in treatment for their disease. And, 85% of those who are incarcerated in the U.S. have substance abuse problems and typically receive sentences without treatment. Read more about Addiction.

The philosophy of Lamb of God Recovery Centers, Inc. is based upon the theory that addiction to alcohol and other substances is a three-fold disease: physical, spiritual, and psychological. We believe in the wisdom and utilization practices found in the 12-step programs of recovery that have proven to be effective for many hundreds of thousands of people and their families. We believe that the recovery process involves the recovery of the physical, spiritual, and psychological aspects of the affected persons’ lives. We also realize that healing can be a very difficult and painful process - much the same as recovery from any other illness.

The mission of Lamb of God Recovery Centers, Inc. is to treat all three phases of the disease through the wisdom and healing precepts outlined in 12-step programs and the most current medical, psychological, holistic and spiritual approaches to recovery available by a team of licensed professionals.

Lamb of God Recovery Centers, Inc. provides quality programs of treatment at their substance abuse facility location in Pompano Beach. The success rate of our alcohol and drug treatment has been proven over decades of service. When looking for a quality affordable substance abuse treatment center, there are several important questions to ask…


Our location in Pompano Beach located among the South Florida, Southwest Florida, Treasure Coast and Central Florida communities, but serve clients from around the country. We provide solid recovery from a faith-based, non-religious approach utilizing Biblical principles, the 12 Steps, and cognitive-behavior therapy that has been proven effective.

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