"Drug addiction is like a tree. It has many branches that stem from it such as depression, suicide, domestic violence, and many others. We are committed to helping with any hurts and hang-ups that come along with those branches.
Addictions & Substance Abuse
If you believe your unhealthy habits are causing problems at home or affecting your performance at work, A Cry In The Wilderness Outreach Ministry can help you get life back on track. We will be here with you every step, making sure you receive the guidance and support for lasting recovery. Clients are given the opportunities of expressing stressors, fears, and triggers in a safe and substance free environment. Clients and alumni supporters will work hand in hand with spiritual leaders to develop life-long tools to assure complete deliverance.
Domestic violence can leave you feeling broken, battered, and lost. It can cause low self-esteem. The abuse may have been physical, verbal, or emotional. It could happen to anyone! It does not matter the age, sex, race, culture, religion, education, employment or marital status. If you are being abused, REMEMBER You are not alone, it is not your fault, and help is available. A Cry In The Wilderness Outreach Ministry is here to offer the assistance you need. We want to offer you the guidance and resources you need within a safe place to move forward.
Depression can be debilitating for those that experience it. It is a real illness and carries with it a high cost in terms of relationship problems, family suffering and lost work productivity. A Cry In The Wilderness Outreach Ministry is here to help. In general, knowing and accepting that you're depressed can allow you to take steps to make it better or get treatment, rather than pretend that everything's just fine. We will share true testimonies, offer tools, and develop coping mechanisms to assist you in having a brighter future.
Low Self-Esteem & Suicide
A Cry In The Wilderness Outreach Ministry is committed to providing the information needed to help understand the causes of suicide and low self-esteem. Addiction and low self-esteem play off of one another. Part of the reason we enter into addiction is to cover up feelings of shame, guilt, low self-worth, thinking we are bad people, not fitting in, never being good enough and more. As our condition worsens and our self-esteem lessens, we feel as if the only solution to life's problems is suicide. We are here to provide the resources information, and behavioral techniques to help overcome both so you can be on the road to living a happier life.