Donate Now: Help Us Fight

At Spring To Life we believe that you don’t have to be an addict or alcoholic the rest of your life. As a Christ-centered recovery program, we know that God tells us that “the old has gone and the new has come” –2 Cor 5:17, for those who believe. You’ll never hear one of us announce ourselves as an “addict” or “alcoholic”. We just simply aren’t anymore. We are seeing lives changed and men moving away from these things to better lives. Addiction recovery isn’t just about stopping, it’s about REAL change.

How you can help us in this fight:

Everyone is affected by this epidemic, but the good news is you can help in the fight. We need your support. You can provide that help in two ways:

1. If you would like more information about being a mentor or sharing a testimony of hope, contact us at 1-855-589-7945.

2. Not everyone is called to mentor or serve in a ministry like ours, but you can help financially for the ones who can. If this is you please click the donate button and help keep this mission of freedom rolling. Without your support, this ministry can’t continue to help those who need to hear the hope of freedom from addiction.

Spring To Life is a 501c3 religious organization so your donation is tax deductible. When you donate, please give us your mailing address / email address so we can send you the donation receipt.


Please help us fight this terrible thing that is happening to all people. Those who use drugs and alcohol are no longer the stereotypical addict. They are your loved ones, neighbors, co-workers, church members, politicians, teachers, doctors, everyone in your community.

The reality of addiction is that people are dying. The CDC in America announced that 2015 was the most devastating with more heroin overdoses than gun homicides. An estimated 33,000+ people lost their lives to this epidemic in our country. And that’s not including the statistics that show alcohol or even other drug related deaths. They report that 1 out of every 3 homes in America are effected. That means you or someone you know needs help.



Addiction is not a surprise to God. He knew we would struggle with this and He already has a solution. We need to turn to God, not a “higher power” for recovery. “There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way to death.” –Proverbs 14:12.