Champions is a weekly Christ-centered recovery group that meets on Friday’s at Grace Church Akron East Campus. Our heart is to bring individuals together into a community to help them find freedom from addiction, through the healing power of Jesus Christ.

A Champion is an individual who has been called by God to serve and lead others who are in recovery or are currently struggling with addiction problems.

Compassionate, servanthood, leadership skills, patience, grounded spiritual life (prayer, reading of God’s Word), and willingness to devote time to disciple group members.

Time and Location

If you, or someone you know, is in need of assistance in the journey to recovery, we would love to have you join us every other Tuesday at 7pm.

Grace Church Akron East
737 Washington Blvd
Akron, Ohio 44312

Core Values of Transformation

1. Commitment to God

2. Relationship with others

3. Honesty and authenticity

4. willingness to learn

5. gratitude and thankfulness

6. courage and faith

7. work ethic and stewardship

Any questions?

Email us at info@restoreaddictionrecovery.com

“Because He Himself suffered when He was tempted, He is able to help those who are being tempted.” -- Hebrews 2:18 --

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3 Ways You Can Help



We believe in the power of prayer. Our prayer program pairs each resident with a volunteer who commits to praying for him on a weekly basis during the duration of his stay. Want to partner with us in this impactful way?

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Join us in our mission to help men struggling with addiction find hope and lasting transformation through Christ. View our current volunteer needs below. If you have a specific way you'd like to be involved that is not included, please let us know!

Volunteer Needs



Although the men provide about 65% of the funds needed for their stay through our Community Partner Program, we depend on generous individuals, churches, and businesses to provide the rest.  Your support will go towards the men in the program and help provide basic living needs, curriculum materials, and other recovery needs.

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