Challenges Treatment Center Appoints a Spiritual Advisor

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Challenges, a Nationally Certified "Center of Excellence" for the Treatment of Substance Abuse, Addictions, Dual Diagnosis, co occurring disorders, drug and alcohol abuse and Relapse Prevention , is proud to announce the appointment of Rabbi Mitch Feld, M.S.W. as Spiritual Advisor to their highly advanced program of Recovery.

Challenges, a Nationally Certified "Center of Excellence" for the Treatment of Substance Abuse, Addictions, Dual Diagnosis, co occurring disorders, drug and alcohol abuse and Relapse Prevention , is proud to announce the appointment of Rabbi Mitch Feld, M.S.W. as Spiritual Advisor to their highly advanced program of Recovery.

Dale Redlich, Founder of the Challenges Program stated, "Rabbi Mitch is a highly personal, passionate, intimate and dynamic Rabbi who dedicates himself to helping those that engage him to find meaning and purpose in their spiritual lives. He is sober for twenty plus years and works with assorted Twelve Step programs in helping addicts in recovery find their inner spirit and faith. His work is inclusive of all races and ethnicities. He is a highly sought after Life and Spiritual Coach and we feel fortunate to have him join us in our journey to healthy and sober living."

"We are excited to have Rabbi Mitch join our outstanding team of talented, compassionate and dedicated professionals and add the inspiring dimension of spirituality to the work we do."

Rabbi Mitch said, "I have known Dale for more than twenty years and have always known him to be a person the highest integrity. To have the opportunity to join hands with him and his amazing team in the healing of damaged souls drives my passion."

"Addicts have holes in their souls and through a gentle and loving approach, we are able to heal the hurts that brought them into Recovery and help them re-grow their hope, faith and desire to stay clean and sober."

Dr. Jeffrey Huttman, Ph.D., Chief Clinical Officer, said, "Rabbi Mitch brings and engaging and passionate approach to recovery that we believe will strengthen the foundation our dynamic program brings to our community."

For further information about Challenges and their program of Recovery, please call 1-888-755-3334 or visit them online at http://www.challenges-program.com.

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