We are a faith-based, non-profit 501(c)3 organization that is dedicated to serving broken individuals with a wide-variety of needs to ultimately see their lives restored. We strive to help individuals realize their unique destiny and empower them to move forward with a purpose.


Our Mission: Rebuilding Lives

Support and assist men and women into a spiritual, social, physical, and emotional place where they are able to be set apart and be still; allowing God to work in their lives, restoring their wholeness and eliminating the root of their dysfunction.

We teach the men and women in our program true work ethics, enable them to identify their God-given purpose, equip and shape their destiny, and ultimately send them back into society with renewed vision, restored marriages, and as loving parents. We consider this a healing process that rebuilds individuals lives full of hope and the promise of a future with a purpose.

What We Do

We offer a residential treatment program for men and women suffering from addiction and other needs that may prevent the individual from living or functioning to their fullest in our society. We provide basic living needs, counseling, group therapy, community support, independent learning skills, and faith based classes.  Our 12-month Discipleship Training School offers christian based education to help individuals understand the nature of their addiction.

7 Springs partners with local courts, as well as those throughout the Southeastern region. Both men's and women's programs house court ordered students; holding to the required guidelines of these municipalities. We work directly with the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles to assist people who lack appropriate home plans through our Prison Re-Entry Program.

Next Steps...

We invite you to come rebuild your life with us.  Please fill out an application if you are interested in one of our programs.  Restoring the Broken, Rebuilding the Cities.....

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We rely on your generous contributions to ensure we can meet the high demand in our communities.