Our Programs

How We Can Help


7 Springs Ministries is a faith-based non-profit organization dedicated to helping restore the lives of broken people with a wide variety of needs. Esther House, Coastal Rehabilitation Women’s Center, our Men’s Sober-Living Transitional Facility, and GRO are all programs of 7 Springs Ministries. We also provide pastoral support for The Lighthouse Men’s Recovery Center in Oxford, Alabama.

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Esther House

A faith-based, long-term residential program designed to rescue women from self-defeating lifestyles.

Lighthouse Men’s Recovery Center

A faith-based, long-term residential program for men suffering from addiction.

Coastal Rehabilitation Women’s Center

A women’s 12-month residential treatment program and transitional living facility for women suffering from addiction.

GRO (God, Redemption, Opportunity)

A faith-based monthly worship and fellowship meeting, available for residents and members of the community.

Men’s Sober-Living Transitional Facility

A home for men who have completed residential addiction treatment programs but still need help transitioning into mainstream society.

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Discover your God-given purpose and break free from addiction.

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Our Services

Our programs provide a safe and structured environment where individuals can heal from the trauma of their past; be empowered to live a positive and healthy lifestyle; maintain sobriety; and become productive members of society. Residents attend daily classes, weekly corporate meetings and participate in work therapy. Services provided also include: Case Management, Faith-Based Bible Classes, Parenting Classes, 12-Step Recovery Classes, Relapse Prevention, Job Readiness, Dance & Art Therapy and more...

Life-Skills Training

Men and women are equipped with skills and resources needed to become productive, contributing members of society.

Addiction Recovery

24/7 supervision, 12-Step AA/NA and relapse programs, drug testing, and additional interventions are provided.


Trained and experienced counselors are available to help restore hope to men and women suffering from past trauma.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you work with individuals in the federal justice system?

Yes, we partner with local courts as well as those throughout the Southeastern region to provide rehabilitative programs for individuals involved in the federal justice system who suffer from substance abuse issues. We adhere to all required guidelines of these municipalities for court-ordered residents. Our commitment to the court is frequent communication, regular and random drug testing, and 24-hour staff supervision.

Do you help reunite mothers with their children?

Yes, we also partner with DHR in restoring children to their mothers.

How are your programs funded?

Our programs are funded through the generous financial support of churches, civic groups and individuals. All proceeds from our 7 Springs Ministries Thrift Store also go towards providing the resources necessary to operate our programs.

Program Locations
  • Esther House: Anniston, AL
  • Coastal Rehabilitation Women’s Center: Foley, AL
  • Men’s Sober-Living Transitional Facility: Anniston, AL
  • Lighthouse Men’s Recovery Center: Oxford, AL
  • GRO: Oxford, AL
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When you fully submit to the Lord you will feel him and hear him. I lived so many years in my flesh. It's not easy but if you put worldly things away and put Him first everything else will fall into place. 7 Springs Ministries saved my soul. Thank you to all the staff!

Scotty, 2018 Graduate

Through 7 Springs Ministries, I re-dedicated my life to Christ and was given the tools to not only live life, but live a joyful life through Christ. I now have hope and look forward to each new day. My family and I are stronger and more connected than ever before.

Emily, 2018 Graduate

I was never created to live depressed, defeated, guilty, condemned, ashamed, or unworthy. I was created to be victorious. I finally was able to realize this when I learned who I was in Christ and how loved I truly am.

Stephanie, 2018 Graduate