Christian Centered Track
A Sober Way Home is proud to offer a Christian Recovery Track. This track is for individuals who identify with Christ as their Higher Power and have been or are interested in approaching recovery and life from a Christ Centered Christian Perspective. Clients are offered an optional Christian recovery/process group to address their issues and victories. The Christian specific environment allows clients to share and grow among other believers on a biblically based path toward freedom through Jesus Christ. We also offer Celebrate Recovery (a Christ based 12-step program) at A Sober Way Home. The meetings are held on site, in house and are designed to support and empower those seeking a “new normal” while in the company of like -minded individuals in a familiar and safe environment.
Tim Parker, BSBA, SPIRITUAL CLINICIAN
Tim has a personal passion for the addiction and recovery field. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business from the University of Phoenix, and went on to a successful career in management. His own triumph over addiction led him into the treatment field and allows him to provide empathy, support, and compassion for his clients. Tim has continued his education and is presently working towards his Masters Degrees in Professional Counseling and Addiction from Grand Canyon University. Tim facilitates the Spiritual Group as well as Celebrate Recovery (CR), a Christ based 12-step program for A Sober Way Home. In addition to his work at A Sober Way Home, Tim co-leads Celebrate Recovery (CR) in Maricopa County working with men in all stages of addiction.
Tim is the Author of “How to resolve interpersonally conflicts within the work place” and is a personal trainer and third degree black belt in Tae kwon-do Karate. Tim has a healthy love for Spiritual, Mental and Physical Fitness and can be found in the gym, study, or with his children. Tim’s belief is that recovery is a life changing process that involves every aspect of an individual’s life. His goal is to inspire his clients to be authentic, transparent, and vulnerable.