At Savannah MBTC we offer a faith-based alternative to secular addiction recovery. Our program for substance abuse treatment is both biblical and practical. Through our program you will be able to discover a new life; restored by the word of God. Our staff members will work with you to help you build a relationship with the Lord while at the same time adding structure and support. In addition to helping individuals manage their addiction while they are still in the midst of it, faith-based programs also decrease the chance of relapse in the future by adding an infinite source of strength to draw from. Relapse is when individuals remain sober for a period of time but then return to substance abuse for whatever reason. Instead, cultivating a personal relationship with Christ can carry them throughout the rest of their life and help when challenging obstacles are faced down the road.
If you would like to learn more about Savannah MBTC and our substance abuse treatment program, contact us today by phone or fill out our easy-to-use form and a staff member will reach out to you as soon as possible. The first step to getting freedom from addiction is acknowledgment and awareness that a problem exists. This first stage is marked by a growing awareness that there is a problem. In some cases, this realization results from conversations with family members, friends or co-workers; in other instances, it may only occur after the addiction has led to health, financial, work, or legal problems. Take the first step and reach out for help today.
Located in a sprawling district made up of many neighborhoods and sleepy residential enclaves, Savannah Mission Bible Training Center is a large multi-family home built in 1925 featuring 6,098 square feet, 7 bedrooms and 5 1/2 baths. It was completely renovated in 1991 and again in 2012. Many years ago the building was home to the former US Ambassador to Switzerland, Pleasant A. Stovall (1857–1935). Later on in the 80’s it was a mercy convent before being acquired by Mission Teens, Inc. in 1994. When the cloister was looking to unload the property, one of the sisters prayed that the building would continue to be used for God’s glory and it is today as the home of Savannah MBTC.