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The Addictions Program at the DaySpring Baptist church is a faith-based, Christ-centered addictions recovery program, that directs the addicted back to God’s support group — the local church. Reformers Unanimous is the nation’s fastest-growing faith-based addiction recovery program. This program is designed for all addictions, providing support for both the addicted and those close to them. Free nursery & childcare are available. If you need a ride, just give us a call.

Where are you located?

We are located at Excellence Center. At the corner of Bluemound and Springdale Road. Across the street from Sams club in Waukesha.

 

Who is Reformers Unanimous for?

No matter what is going on in your life, no matter what you are struggling with, Reformers Unanimous is for you. This is an “open” program. Loved ones, spouses and parents are encouraged to attend the program with or without those that struggle with an addiction.

 

How often do you meet?

Every Friday night – rain or shine! Even if its Christmas or Thanksgiving, we  meet every Friday night, no matter the Holiday.

 

Is there a general group meeting?

Yes.

 

Is it then broken down into smaller groups?

Yes, it is broken down into groups, called Challenge Groups.

 

Is there a woman’s and men’s group only or is it co-ed?

The “Challenge Groups”  are not co-ed.

 

How confidential is this group?

They are very confidential.  What is said in the small group stays in the small group.

 

Is There A Cost?

No. Attendance in the program is always free. There are resource materials available for purchase if you would like.

 

Are there materials that are required to bring, buy, or is suggested?

As for the materials, the program itself is free and after a couple weeks you may wish to purchase some additional material at a very nominal cost.

 

What if I need a ride?

Give us a call.  We will provide transportation at no cost.

 

Is there child care?

Yes, also free.

 

What if I’m not religious, or don’t believe in God or don’t go to church?

Doesn’t matter.  This program is open to every one.

 

What if I am not struggling, but want to help some one close to me that is?

RU is not only for a struggling addict, but also those close to them.

 

Can I still come if the person close to me that is really struggling doesn’t want to?

Absolutely, you need support to make it and cope with life.

 

What if my main problem is anger, loneliness, depression, anxiety or life just hurts?

You have come to the right place.  You will find the support you need.