The Mental Health Ministry's mission is to equip local Celebrate Recovery's to empower individuals to achieve serenity with their mental health.

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Cultural Communities is a ministry of Celebrate Recovery dedicated to ensuring that communities of color and their families have a safe space to find healing and recovery.

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Celebration Place is the approved children’s curriculum for Celebrate Recovery ministries for children ages 5-13 years of age.

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The Landing is Celebrate Recovery’s student ministry geared towards Junior High and High School age students.

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Celebrate Recovery® Inside is the prison and jail extension of the Celebrate Recovery® ministry, a program founded by John and Cheryl Baker of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California, that encourages fellowship and celebrates Christ’s healing power in the lives of people as they work their way along the road to recovery.

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"We are a fellowship of bikers who have found healing in Jesus Christ through the ministry of Celebrate Recovery helping others to realize that change is possible."

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CPR’s mission is to help pastors and pastor's wives find a safe haven for experiencing the healing power of Jesus Christ for the hurts, hang-ups, and habits of the past, present, and future. 

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Celebrate Recovery® Native Nations is the initiative of Celebrate Recovery® to the Native American Nations.

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Life after the Military does not always make sense. The loss of a sense of brotherhood and the loss of being part of something important and bigger than myself can lead to feelings of frustration, isolation, emptiness, boredom, anger, or loneliness. In an attempt to cope with the pain of these overwhelming emotions, sometimes veterans turn to unhealthy relationships, at-risk behaviors, or substance abuse.

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International International Celebrate Recovery, an extension of Celebrate Recovery, was founded by John and Cheryl Baker of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California.

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