If your issue is addiction, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve talked to thousands of people just like you and given them hope to break the chains of their addiction. It is estimated tht 60%-70% of Americans have some kind of addiction…that’s 6 in 10 people! We are not just talking about substance abuse addictions, but addictions to porn, sex, cutting, lying, gambling, digital devices, etc. If you are ready to do the work of breaking free, we are ready to help.

Addiction is a condition that results when a person ingests a substance (e.g., alcohol, cocaine, nicotine, etc.) or engages in an activity (e.g., gambling, sex, shopping) that can be pleasurable but the continuation of which becomes compulsive and interferes with ordinary responsibilities and concerns, such as work, relationships, or health. People who have developed an addiction may not be aware that their behavior is out of control and causing problems for themselves and others. (Psychology Today – What is Addiction) There are support groups and resources available to help people facing addiction. Many organizations and groups help with a specific type of addiction so it is important to find one that works best for you, your needs and your lifestyle. TheHopeLine is a safe place to examine your struggle with addiction. After 25 years of talking with young adults we’ve heard it all, never judged, and provided hope.

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Through blogs, eBooks, stories, podcasts and more find answers to these kinds of questions and much more:

  • How do I know if I'm an addict?
  • How can I recover from my addiction?
  • How can I stay clean from an addiction and not relapse?
  • Why am I an addict?

Most Recent Blogs on Addiction

Why do Bad Things Happen?

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This Guest Post comes from Everystudent.com, a safe place to explore questions about life and God. We thank them for allowing us to share their response to the very hard question everyone has asked at some point in their life…”Why does God allow bad things to happen?” How do we explain..Read more

Breaking Free from Self-Harm

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This guest post is written by Amanda Turner, the founder and head writer of Breaking Free Indeed.  Her hope is that by sharing her own story and the truths God has shown her, others might not feel so alone on their own journeys and can also find help in these..Read more

Consequences of Cutting

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I have been, for the last several weeks, blogging about cutting. It is not easy, or pretty. But neither is cancer, and we deal with it everyday. Cutting is a nasty, horrific addiction. There is nothing quite like it, short of suicide. Though most cutters would claim they don’t want..Read more

7 Reasons Why I’m Happier Living a Sober Life

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  This Guest Post is written by Trevor McDonald, a recovering addict and alcoholic who’s been clean and sober for over 5 years.  With that perspective, he gives many answers to the question, Why should I be sober? Since his recovery began, he has enjoyed using his talent for words..Read more

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