The Southeastern Institute on Chemical Dependency is a faith-based nonprofit organization officially launched in January 2010. The organization grew out of a recognized need for sound addictions education that addresses the needs of clergy and members of congregations and communities throughout the Southeast who are called upon to assist those whose lives are impacted by substance abuse and addiction. Training provided by the Institute approaches addiction as a disease, not a moral failing, and recovery as a long, ongoing process in which a 12-step program is an essential element.

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