The Potter’s House provides several resources to help, inform, and connect with programs students and ministry partners. Here, you can find addiction awareness seminars and links to treatment centers and programs.
Addiction Awareness Seminars
The Potter’s House has collaborated with local churches and organizations to provide community oriented workshops that provide information and support to individuals, families, churches and the community in the area of understanding, prevention, treatment and coping with addiction. Keep up with our events to attend the next seminar.
Enabling vs Support
You’re invited to join us on November 21 at Conestoga Church of the Brethren from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. for an educational seminar. This year, Joel Jakubowski, Executive Director of Revelation of Freedom Ministries and former Program Director at Teen Challenge, will discuss the differences between "Enabling" and "Supporting."
A two part comprehensive exploration of the opioid epidemic and steps congregations can take to address the issues and support those affected.
Hope for the Holidays
Pastor Samuel Mwangi offered key information for helping both the person struggling with addiction and their family/support group to have a good holiday experience while recognizing the special needs that arise because of addiction.
The Heart of the Addict
Drawing on his years of experience working in addictions, David Hain provided a humane picture of those struggling with addiction and gave steps toward seeing and responding to the heart rather than the behavior.
Treatment Centers and programs
The Lighthouse Network, founded in 2003, is a nonprofit ministry that provides a 24/7 helpline and online life-growth resources for those struggling with addiction or psychological issues. Through this service, individuals find peace, joy, and freedom to achieve their God-given potential. Phone Number: (844)543-3242
Christ-centered, faith-based solutions for youth, adults, and families struggling with life-controlling problems, such as addiction. Now providing detox and short term as well as long term treatment. Phone Number: (417)581-2181
The Lancaster County Drug and Alcohol Commission has been serving the community for more than 35 years, fulfilling our mission to provide access to high quality, community-based drug and alcohol prevention / education services for all citizens and treatment services to uninsured and under-insured low-income citizens in an efficient and cost effective manner. Phone Number: (717)299-8023
Goal Project is focused on faith-based information and education in the area of addiction. They offer a wide variety of programs.