VANQUISHED is the number one online addiction recovery program. Addiction is conning, baffling, and powerful. It destroys everything in its path Including families and communities. Without help it is too much for you.
Anyone can have an addiction. Addiction involves craving for something intensely, loss of control over its use, and continuing involvement with it despite adverse consequences. Addiction changes the brain, first by subverting the way it registers pleasure and then by corrupting other normal drives such as learning and motivation. Although breaking an addiction is tough, with our program it can be done.
Our program is focused on a life of recovery. Not the hellishness of addiction. We believe that positive influences bring about positive outcomes. As you are going through the process of ending your addiction you will learn the five keys to addiction recovery. This program was designed for those who are at the beginning of their treatment and those coming from short team in patient programs. Assuming a 28- or 60-day treatment program can fix all your problems vastly underestimates the severity of what you’re going through. It takes a little time to get back to where you were before your addiction. We provide you with daily support and online training.
For many people struggling with addiction, the toughest step toward recovery is the very first one: recognizing that you have a problem and deciding to make a change. It’s normal to feel uncertain about whether you’re ready to make a change, or if you have what it takes to quit. It’s also normal to feel conflicted about giving up your drug of choice, even when you know it’s causing problems in your life. Recovery requires time, motivation, and support. By joining our online recovery program and making a commitment to change, you can overcome your addiction and regain control of your life.
The Benefits of Using VANQUISHED The number one Online Addiction recovery program.
Get ready to be exciting about your life. As you go through this program you will have fun, enjoy laughter and happiness. We are going to teach you how to have a good time without the use of drugs or any other mind controlling activity. You are going to learn how to change the things in your life that are not conducive to your success.
During this program you will learn that the substance of the addiction is not the problem. The drugs, the gambling, the sex, the food, no these things are not the problem, but are the symptoms of the problem. Your problem comes from within. Any time someone becomes addicted it’s because they have lost the ability to say no. The things you wish to do which are good such as loving your family, going to work on time, you cannot do. But the things you wish not to do which are bad things you find yourself doing. This is because the obsession and the compulsion is too strong. Without help it is too much for us.
The VANQUISHED Program is available entirely online and offers recovery services for drug and alcohol addiction, as well as other behavioral addictions. Program materials are available through any device and can be completed at your own pace. You can review and practice recovery techniques from the comfort of your own home or while you’re away.
There’s an old saying that even the longest journey begins by taking a first step, but some first steps are very scary. For people embarking on the road to addiction recovery, that first step can hold them back from getting the help they need, sometimes for years.
VANQUISHED Online addiction program makes this first step easier. You can access our Program from the privacy of your own home and start building a new life in recovery.
VANQUISHED Online Addiction recovery program has removed the three major Stumbling blocks that has kept many people from seeking the help they need to overcome their addiction and get their life back on track with God, family and friends.
Stumbling block one: Privacy
Many people shun addiction services to avoid the stigma of being known as an addict in recovery. Online high-definition videos put you face-to-face with treatment professionals. Also these videos are to make sure only the people in the treatment session can see the video. No one else needs to know that you’re in treatment.
Stumbling block two: I Don't Have Time
The Internet breaks down the treatment barriers of time and space. People no longer have to travel long distances for assistance, and those who are home bound can bring help into their living room.
Sometimes the problem isn’t distance but time. Many people who struggle with addiction have busy work lives, family commitments, and important relationships to maintain. They want help but have demanding schedules that make it impossible to find the time for an outpatient program.
VANQUISHED online treatment program is the perfect solution. Parents can participate in morning sessions after kids go to school, and people who work during the day can participate in evening sessions. Online programs give you access to high quality treatment at your convenience.
Stumbling block three: Affordability
Vanquished online recovery program is just a fraction of what traditional treatment programs cost. For a onetime payment of $179.95 you will have access to our three-month program. Work at your own pace.
The VANQUISHED online recovery program is broken down into four parts, or modules, which consist of multimedia material to guide you through the program. The exercises are not a test of your knowledge of the material, but rather an opportunity for you to reflect on your addictive behavior and apply the material to your life. Your participation in this program will change your life. So, join now and start the process of changing your life.
Detox and Withdrawal
Because heavy and sustained alcohol or other drug use takes an enormous toll on physical and emotional health, a detox period might be needed before you will be able to benefit from the Vanquished program. If you need to detox find a medical center that can provide the kind of help you need. We are here for your ongoing recovery.
We will help you every step of the way. Reverend Donald Kinnard is available to answer your questions via email.
The VANQUISHED online addiction recovery program is different from all other addiction recovery programs. The strategies we use are effective and produce positive measurable results. Our Primary focus is on the brain and how drugs interacts with it and the affects these drugs have on the brain and why.
Why addiction is so powerful (brief view)
There are two primary brain systems used to manage our thinking and behavior. The first system involves our thinking, the spirit. Our spiritual nature gives us the ability the make rational decisions. We use this part of our brain to make plans, sets goals, to reason, and consider the cost and benefits of our actions. You can refer to this as our higher self. The principle we live by and our values make up our identity. It’s in our spirit that we find our dignity and self-worth, respect and love for our self and for others.
The other primary brain system is our soul (The Flesh) which has powerful influence over our behavior. This is the part of the brain that controls our appetite, our craving and our desires. It deals with emotional and physical attachments. Sex, pleasure and obsessive addictive behavior are all part of this system in the brain. This part of the brain has no consideration for dignity, self-respect or love for self. It’s the flesh, it wants what it wants when it wants it. Nothing else matters. These traits can be more active than the rational thinking part of the brain which is the spirit.
When addiction takes control of your mine it corrupts your thinking. Because addiction is so cunning, baffling and powerful it’s too much for us to overcome alone. Paul puts it like this in the Bible. Romans chapter 7: 15. “Sin now lives in me.” (addiction) The good things that we wish to do like pay our bills, go to work on time or spend time with our family, we cannot do. However, the bad things like stilling money from people or lying to our family which we do not want to do, we have no power to stop doing.
After doing drugs for some length of time they began to incentivize our fleshly self. Giving power to our cravings and our fleshly desires. The obsession and the phenomenon of cravings seek to feed the addiction at any cost.
There are hundreds of cures in our environment which can trigger an obsession. Once you are captured by the obsession another phase of the addiction comes into play called compulsive behavior. Now your ability to think rationally is sketchy at best. Once you take the first drink or drug the Phenomenon of Craving sets in. At this point you have lost all of your ability to differentiate the truth from a lie. You tell yourself that just one more will not heart. You spend your rent money; you spend the money for your car note and your children’s school lunch money. This is a vicious cycle, cunning, baffling, and powerful. So, what can you do? How do you overcome this situation? One of the first things you need to do is Detox.
Detox, also known as detoxification, is the first stage in the recovery process for most drug and alcohol addictions. The detox process purges the body of foreign chemicals, allowing patients to begin their recovery with a “clean slate.”
During detox, the patient immediately and completely stops using the substance or substances to which they’re addicted. This results in their body experiencing withdrawal, a painful, uncomfortable, and often terrifying series of symptoms ranging from cravings to hallucinations. In some cases, withdrawal symptoms such as seizures can even cause death, meaning that proper medical supervision is critical. This is especially true for alcohol and opioid detox. During withdrawal, medical intervention is often necessary to keep the patient safe and comfortable. Detoxification will end the physical part of the addiction.
End Any Addiction
To end the psychological part of the addiction requires a reconditioning of the addicts thinking process. For example, if you were to ask an addict if they had a choice between taking their favorite drug or paying their rent, which one would they choice. Their answer will always be to take the drug. The only way to change their answer is to teach the addict the VANQUISHED five keys to addiction recovery.
Rev. Donald Kinnard, with his vast amount of addiction recovery education, along with his personal experience of addiction and recovery. With his research and affiliation with many other addiction recovery institutions. Has developed a program called VANQUISHED. VANQUISHED is an online addiction recovery program. Rather your addiction is to alcohol, drugs, food, gambling or sex. This program is for you. Our 5 keys to addiction recovery program (VANQUISHED) will free anyone of their addiction.
The five keys to addiction recovery is a program that takes a person from an addictive state of mind to a positive state of mind, body and spirit.
The First key is honesty. Respectable, admired behavior is always carried out with honesty. Telling the truth and backing it up with actions show respect for what's right and an esteem for ethical and moral integrity. Honesty is one of the key components to addiction recovery and one of the most admired traits of any successful, responsible person.
It is the spiritual principle behind step one. Many people in recovery live by the mantra “we are as sick as our secrets.” Individuals need to pay special attention to honesty in recovery because they have to be truthful to others, and above all they have to be honest with themselves. People who do not develop honesty as a personal quality are more prone to relapse. This is why honesty has to become an everyday habit until it converts to second nature.
The second key is to make a commitment. You were living in the chaotic world of addiction for so long and you realized you need to get out. After pleas from family and friends and the destruction of your life and career, you decided to take the leap of faith and enter drug and alcohol rehab. Now that you are in addiction recovery, you are cured, right? Think again! It takes more than just being in rehab. You need to make a serious commitment to have a chance at making this new life possible.
The Third key is acceptance. Acceptance is an opening of your heart to the realities of life and to the ways in which you have been impacted by your life choices. It means you don’t fight against the realities of your life but accept them for what they are and use them to grow as a person and move forward in life. It’s a major part of becoming a better person emotionally and spiritually and it can serve as a huge boost in recovery.
The Fourth key is believing in GOD. Sounds simple enough, but is it really that simple? The most common form of apprehension within recovery, lies in the concept of finding a higher power. I have heard people say countless times that “they don’t get the whole God thing.” These uncertainties are not without merit and unfortunately, reluctance to find a higher power keeps many addicts from finding recovery and balance. Believe it or not, everything you do creates a ripple effect. The seeds you plant can either spring up into life or lead to destruction. If you frequently back out of your promises, take things that don’t belong to you, insult others, lie or cheat, you are sowing bad seeds. Bad seeds can destroy the good things in your life such as your relationships. That’s why the Bible admonishes us to sow good seeds unto righteousness, through your kind words and good deeds. In doing so, your life will be used to be a blessing to others.
The Fifth key is applying the principles of GOD into your life. The Power in APPLYING Spiritual Principles. For years I built a library of Spiritual books. I was hungry for Truth and would devour volumes of teachings of all different philosophical backgrounds. As my comprehension of Spiritual principles deepened, I became very aware that even though I let things roll off my back a lot easier, I wasn’t seeing any real change in my life. I still felt poor, overworked, frustrated with my career, underappreciated, and my cripplingly low self-esteem hadn’t gone anywhere. What was up with that? All these self-help books promised transformation and I expected to see it.
What eventually became clear was that all these Spiritual practices are great but won’t do a thing for me until I actually PRACTICE THEM. I was reading and talking a lot about Spirituality, but I wasn’t actually applying the practices into my life. Turns out transformation is a result of application.
Applying spiritual principles in life is a process that expands our perspectives and understanding of life. As we acquire new truths and start applying them, we start understanding the process too. You can increase your knowledge of the different principles by engaging with teachers or learning material. The best teacher is someone who has consciously applied the principles and gained an understanding by applying them in their own life rather than only by studying them.
Things you will learn during this program:
For most of us it was hard to cope with the world and the issues that every day life brought to us. By learning coping still we will be able to make sessions that are conducive to the health and wellbeing of our life.
Although everyone in addiction recovery does not relapse during their time in recovery, relapse is a part of recovery. We will look at how to prevent relapse and how to learn from a relapse and get back on track.
Because addiction strips us of our ability to think rationally, when something happens that we do not like we get angered. You will learn how to deal with situations that dose not go your way.
During our addiction we took advantage of everyone around us. Most of the time it was someone we loved. We need to understand that they were not the problem. We will look at the part you played and the part that they played. Rather it was your wife, your Mother, your job or friends. You will learn hoe to mand them all.
For many of us we started using before we could learn and understand who we were. The person we became was the person formed from the addiction. Once the addiction is removed, we need to learn our true self.
How to say NO
For addicts (addiction) it’s hard to say no! Like Paul says in the book of Roman. The things that I wish you do, I can not do. But those things that I would not to I do. Having no power to control your decision making can be very harmful. It’s important that you learn to have the power to say NO.
How to stay sober
With our five keys to addiction recovery program you will learn how to live a life with the use of alcohol and other drugs.
Reverend Donald Kinnard
My name is Reverend Donald Kinnard. I have been involved in addiction recovery since 1989. After first admitting my own addiction to alcohol, and other addictive behaviors such as gambling. I began to struggle for years to overcome my addictions. I realized that the problem wasn’t alcohol or any other addictive behavior. It was my obsession, (cravings) and the overwhelming compulsion and desires to satisfy cravings. All of which were controlling my every thought and behavior. So, I began the process of reconditioning my mind, my body and my spirit.
In 1993 I began to work with ( SAMHSA’S), the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. With their support and guidance, I developed the five keys to addiction recovery program called VANQUISHED. The five keys to addiction recovery is a program that takes a person from an addictive state of mind to a positive state of mind, body and spirit. My team and I have hands on recovery knowledge and recovering experience.
Our credential list is long. Since 1993 we have partnered with some of the finest addiction and mental health services organizations in the world. In 1995 we worked with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. With their support and guidance, we started the non-for-profit organization called Christians helping drug abusers. In 2006 we started our online addiction recovery program. Up to date we have helped tens of thousands of people recover from their addiction.
Every client will receive a FREE integrity and serenity bracelet when they join the program. The bracelet serve as a reminder to your commitment to working an honest program and the joy that comes from being a productive member of society.
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The program structure
This program is structured to guide you through a process which will change the way you make decisions for your life. Although the program is scheduled out over a three month time period. You are encouraged to move through the program at your own pace. There are over 150 lessons plus more than 50 videos for your learning enhancement. There is a one time charge of $179.95 which give you unlimited access to the program and email consultation. Also included is a INTEGRITY & SERENITY bracelet which serves as a reminder of the challenges and rewards you are fighting for. You will have access to a peer to peer 24-7 system. The program has three training modules. Each module consist of four principles. Each of the twelve principles are focus on changing how you process information and how you use that information.
The program is presented trough text, video and audio presentation. A regular spiritual practice of daily reading and meditation offers consistent daily spiritual support and over time supports the anchoring of spiritual values into all aspects of life.
The purpose of credentialing is to standardize the quality of addiction prevention, intervention, treatment and continuing care services. Through standardized testing, the Commission is able to set a benchmark for professionals and monitor the abilities of those who treat addictions. Because the NCC AP is connected to the profession and to those who are using the credential on a day-to-day basis, the tests are evaluated to ensure they address the latest information on treating addictive disorders. The badges below severs as a reminder of the import-ants of having quality service for medical recovery services. Because the VANQUISHED program is spiritual in nature we are not bound by such requirements. If you are in need of detox you should get medical attention first.
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