The Foundry Way

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The Foundry Way

hunter davis

The Foundry Way The Foundry Way is a philosophy and a process. First, why The Foundry Way? In an effort to avoid the pitfall that so many organizations have fallen into, our leadership recognized that we needed to create a framework to build program services upon. A framework that was not staff-dependent or personality-driven would

The Genesis Process

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The Genesis Process

hunter davis

Core to The Foundry’s recovery process is the curriculum we use. Faith guides every aspect of our programs, and The Genesis Process is a big piece of that puzzle. Developed by Michael Dye, this curriculum combines “both Biblical and neuro-chemical understanding of what is broken that causes us to be self-destructive.” Understanding your addiction is

Year-End Giving Win/Win

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Year-End Giving Win/Win

hunter davis

The end of the year is quickly approaching and now is the perfect time to create a charitable win/win.  Make sure you do not miss this window of opportunity to make the most impact and benefit from the 2020 tax deductions offered to you.  How to create a win/win? Donate financially to The Foundry before

7 Pillars of a Freedom Palace

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7 Pillars of a Freedom Palace

jcharleston

by Graham Bufford Director of Aftercare/CLCC “Wisdom has built a palace supported on seven pillars.” – Proverbs 9:1 TLB Long term and sustained recovery is more than possible! It’s actually very likely if one practices wisdom and remains committed to God’s principles and processes. The following are seven pillars on which to build a healthy

Got Questions?

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Got Questions?

julia charleston

We often get asked many questions about the counseling that is offered here at The Foundry. Check out these common FAQs put together by Graham Bufford, The Foundry Ministries Director of Aftercare. What type of counseling best describes what is offered at The Foundry? The type of counseling The Foundry Ministries offers is best defined

Oops, He Did It Again!

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Oops, He Did It Again!

julia charleston

In April of 2008 my husband had moved out of our home 3 months prior, leaving me a single mom to 4 children (3 of them teenagers.) In my 11th year of working as a teacher at a private school, life was flipped upside down. I was forced to totally rely on God’s provision for