Participants spend a minimum of two months during phase one of our rehabilitation program at our U-Turn for Christ ranch in Perris, California. During their stay, participants are housed in one large room filled with bunks. We believe this military-style of housing promotes healthy fellowship. “As iron sharpens iron, so a man sharpens the countenance of his friend” (Proverbs 27:17). Morning devotions, daily chores, volunteer community service, evening Bible study, and personal devotion time are how participants spend their days here at the ranch.
Phase Two of our residential treatment program offers two paths for participants to go down during the six month phase. Many of the participants return to work, pay a monthly donation and attend church service with first phase participants in the evening. Several participants are also selected to commit six months of service to the Lord and are provided for by the ministry. This second option comes with considerable sacrifice. Servants of Christ may be called upon at any time to serve in multiple ways. Phase two is designed as a six-month program but it does not have to end there. Many participants who return to work will continue on with this phase for a year or more, choosing a higher level of accountability and fellowship for their lives. Many who have stayed to serve in ministry now continue to serve at other U-Turn for Christ facilities in the United States and worldwide.
General Information about our Drug and Alcohol Rehab Center serving Wildomar, CA
U-Turn For Christ is a 2-month minimum Christian Discipleship Program, where the participant will live on-site at our Ranch for two months and be discipled through the Word of God.
Everything is done according to the Bible (No psychology nor 12 steps).
U-Turn For Christ is a working ministry, and we also do volunteer work on the Ranch and throughout the community.
We are a smoke-free, tobacco-free product facility (No patch or Nicorette).
No phone calls or e-mails are allowed in or out during the participant’s two month stay. All communication, with the exception of visiting day, is to be done by postal mail only.
Visiting begins on the first Sunday following a 14 day probationary period and continues every Sunday after that. Visitation hours are from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM but are limited to immediate family only. (Mother, Father, Brother, Sister, Spouse, and/or Children.) No Fiancés, girlfriends, or boyfriends.
All court appointees must complete the first and second phases of the program for a total of eight months minimum.