National Religious Freedom Day

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof” – First Amendment of the United States Constitution Like the U.S. Constitution, Sunshine Behavioral Health respects your religious beliefs. You don’t have to belong to a certain faith or believe in specific things. We just ask you to believe in yourself, because we know that you have the strength to make your life better. And better describes a world that honors January 16th, National Religious Freedom Day. This day respects the right of people to believe or not believe whatever they choose. Freedom of religion corresponds to other types of freedom. For example, freedom is a crucial part of addiction recovery. When people are addicted, they’re not free. Their addictions dominate every aspect of their lives. If they find assistance, people can break free from the hold that drugs and alcohol have on their lives. When they recover, they can regain control of their lives. They’ll be free to do what they want, say what they want, and believe what they want. Freedom is important and we can help you find it. For more information about religion, addiction, and recovery:

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