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Program aims to help addicts with recovery
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Teen Challenge of the Upper Cumberland will be offering its Hope for Life non-residential addiction recovery classes starting July. 
The 13-week series of classes will be held at Church on the Hill, just off Highway 111 at 3001 Phillips Cemetery Road in Algood every Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m.
The class will be using the Stepping Into Freedom program by Dr. Jimmy Lee with Living Free Ministries. Stepping into Freedom is a Christ-centered program for the community that offers non-residential help for anyone struggling with a life-controlling problem like drug addiction, alcoholism, sexual addiction, gambling or workaholism.
The curriculum supports a person’s desire to maintain a life free of life-controlling problems and helps a person develop roots and steadfastness in Christ so that one can confidently master the problems faced in daily living.
These classes are open to all adults and the cost for the workbook is only $10. Preregistration is not required. For more information, call Teen Challenge of the Upper Cumberland at 888-688-0470 or visit www.TeenChallengeUC.org.