Spiritual support

Spiritual support can be an important factor in early recovery from substance use disorders or other mental health conditions. Sana House Staff can facilitate different types of spiritual support that may be beneficial. Here are some examples of where we may provide support:

Religious practices

Many individuals find comfort and support in participating in religious practices, such as attending church services or praying. These practices can provide a sense of connection to a higher power and a sense of purpose, which can be helpful in early recovery.

Spirituality groups

¬†Staff may connect Community members with community spirituality groups, which may involve activities such as meditation, yoga, or prayer. These groups can provide a sense of community and connection, as well as opportunities to explore and cultivate one’s own spirituality.

One-on-one spiritual guidance

Staff may offer one-on-one spiritual guidance. This type of support can provide a safe and supportive space to discuss spiritual beliefs and practices, and to explore their role in recovery.

Nature-based practises

Staff may help Community Members engage in activities such as hiking, gardening, or spending time in nature. This can provide a sense of connection to something larger than oneself and a sense of peace and calm.

Creative expression

Creative expression: Staff may help Community Members engage in creative activities, such as writing, art, or music. These activities can provide a sense of connection to one’s inner self and a sense of purpose and meaning.

Overall, spiritual support can be an important factor in helping individuals in early recovery to find meaning, purpose, and connection in their lives, which can be beneficial for their overall recovery journey.