Abstinence for Addicts the Answer to Opioid Crisis

Categories: Addiction Recovery, Adult Ministries, Overcomers Center, recovery

With so much recent attention being given to opioid addiction in South Carolina as well as the nation, it seemed fitting for Miracle Hill Ministries to weigh in on the opioid crisis as well as the larger picture of addiction. On any given night there are over 600 children and adults who sleep in a …

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Intern Integrates Faith and Work at Renewal

Categories: Addiction Recovery, Adult Ministries, General, recovery

My experience as an intern at Miracle Hill’s Renewal center has been very important to me. Renewal is a faith-based addiction recovery center for women. It is more than that, though. It’s a community that is so passionate about bringing healing to women through and only through the power of our Lord Jesus Christ. I …

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Miracle Hill Celebrates 80 Years Helping the Homeless and Hurting

Categories: Addiction Recovery, Adult Ministries, Announcements, Children's Ministries, Events, Foster Care, Fundraising, Homelessness, Miracles, Other, Overcomers Center, Partnerships, Thrift Operations, Volunteers

When Miracle Hill Ministries began in 1937 as a small soup kitchen in downtown Greenville, little did the founding leaders realize the lasting impact their vision to serve the “least of these” would have on the Upstate community.  Miracle Hill now has 9 shelters across the Upstate caring for the homeless or addicted and is …

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Volunteers Teach Thinking Skills to Women in Recovery

Categories: Addiction Recovery, Adult Ministries, Partnerships, Volunteer Spotlight, Volunteers

Women who make the difficult decision to enter Renewal, Miracle Hill’s residential addiction recovery center, often have experienced years and even decades of chemical dependency, abuse and unhealthy choices resulting from unhealthy thinking. They’ve established patterns of acting on impulse and not considering the consequences of their actions. Breaking those patterns can be daunting, but two volunteers, Suzanne …

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