Middle Tennessee College and Addiction Recovery Facility Join Forces To Offer College Credit for Completing Treatment


Williamson College And Spring 2 Life Recovery Join Forces To Offer College Credit For Completing Treatment

The stigma is being eradicated, and in its place, hope and purpose are being offered. This is a huge deal for the national recovery community

Williamson College is teaming up with Spring 2 Life Recovery to offer college credits in exchange for completion of the recovery program curriculum.

The 7 Principles curriculum teaches recovery through biblical knowledge. S2L Recovery bases their approach around seven Christ-centered principles so that each student can find their way to recovery at their own pace.

This partnership is the first of its kind, but hopefully not the last. “We want other universities and other rehabs to do this, and we’re willing to show them how we got to this place. This partnership speaks volumes to an organization that actually gets it. The stigma is being eradicated, and in its place, hope and purpose are being offered. This is a huge deal for the national recovery community,” said Pastor Adam Comer, CEO, S2L Recovery.

The complementary program between Williamson College and S2L Recovery is set to begin in 2020.

Join S2L Recovery and Williamson College for the signing of the articulation agreement at 9 a.m. on October 1st, 2019, at 3180 Hill Creek Road, Woodbury, TN, 37190.

Led by ordained pastoral counselors, an experienced medical/clinical team, and certified peer recovery specialists, S2L offers a safe and nurturing Christian environment. S2L Recovery team members don’t judge the circumstances that bring men to treatment because of addiction. Instead, they strive to follow Christ’s example and serve others through restoration and recovery.

Since its inception in 1998, Williamson College has become a dynamic, collaborative, creative center of learning that is equipping students to impact the communities they step into. Williamson College is a private, non-profit, Christian liberal arts college that welcomes students of all ages and cultures, including non-traditional learners who are already in the workforce.

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