Addiction affects 1 in 4 people regardless of age, gender, nationality, or status. Our desire is to take the Truth that Make Free to every man, women, and child to Break the Chains, and Cycle, of Addiction.
RU offers classes, programs, and residential help for addicted men and ladies in churches, prisons, and communities across the US and around the world.
In 1984, Steve Curington graduated from North Love Christian School. Through a series of wrong choices and bad friends started a 10-year addiction to alcoholism and cocaine. After a serious car accident, Steve found complete sobriety through his relationship with Jesus Christ.
This inspiring moment gave birth to an extraordinary movement of real recovery. In 1996, Steve began Reformers Unanimous, a humble Friday Night addiction class in his local church with four regular attendees in Rockford, Illinois.
In 2001, this Friday night program, complete with curriculum, began to be implemented into other communities across the country.
Listen to the Steve Curington Story as told by the Radio Drama UNSHACKLED.
Over 400 studies have been conducted on the role of faith in addiction recovery and these studies have found a success rate of 40%-60% in most faith-based programs. This is significantly higher than the success rate of programs that do not incorporate faith or spirituality into their programs.
Director of First Impressions
Finance Office Manager
Mary Beth Grindinger
Dean of the Women’s Home
Dean of the Men’s Home
Marketing & Creative Director
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