Ontario, CA (PRWEB) December 31, 2013
His House/New Creation residential treatment centers recently held a holiday party at the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario, California. The party was sponsored in part by Millennium Laboratories, and featured food, entertainment and a guest speaker.
The Mary Lind Gospel Choir kicked off the event with some classic Christmas tunes. Their performance was followed by a message from speaker Herb Kaighan, whose topic was “Spirituality, Recovery and the Holiday Season.” Immediately following Mr. Kaighan’s speech, an optional tour of the facility was offered to interested parties.
The event allowed those involved with either center, whether as a patient, former patient or staff member, to interact with one another and receive some much-needed support for the Christmas season. Admission to the event was free to invitees, with a limited number of seats being available.
In holding this event, chairperson Mike DeWees stated that “many addicts and recovering addicts have an especially difficult time during the Christmas season, and by sponsoring this event, we hope to provide them with the support they need to make it through the season. Everyone who attended this event seemed inspired and encouraged, so we are confident that by holding our holiday party, we have made a positive difference.”
Staff members of His House/New Creation Treatment Centers have not ruled out similar functions being held in the future. Those who would like more information about upcoming events can be informed of them by checking their blog at hishousesrehab.com/blog.
About the Company
His House is a Christian addiction treatment center that serves males who suffer from issues related to substance abuse. Their goal is to treat the body, mind and spirit in order to ensure complete lifelong recovery. They have received distinction from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.
New Creation Treatment Center is a Christian residential treatment facility that caters to the needs of women who are substance abusers. They offer a wide range of programs ranging from detoxification to 12-step meetings. Continuing care is offered after treatment is complete as well in order to help patients continue to lead a drug and alcohol free life.