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Dunklin Memorial Church

Offering Meaningful Direction to Men Suffering From Chemical Addiction

Men struggling with addiction need help and support. Dunklin Memorial Church offers a holistic approach that focuses on the spiritual, physical, mental, emotional, and relational needs of men as they struggle to deal with their addiction.
For so many men trapped in the cycle of addiction, they find it hard, if not impossible, to see a way out. Through a 10-month regeneration program, drug addicts and alcoholics have the hope and empathy they need to make a change in their lives for the better. While the emphasis is on men, Dunklin Memorial Church creates a welcoming community for men to share and work through the issues of their addictions and how it’s affecting their marriages, families, and close personal relationships.

Known as a “City of Refuge” in Okeechobee, Florida, Dunklin Memorial is committed to ministering the gospel of Jesus Christ to both men and their families, who have become trapped in chemical addiction (drugs or alcohol) through a 10-month rehabilitation and residential program.
Established in 1962 by Mickey Evans and his wife, Laura Maye, the idea for Dunklin Memorial Church came to Mickey in a dream from God to start a “camp” for alcoholics to finally find the relief and freedom from their addiction they were so desperately looking for.

As a Christian non-profit focused on regeneration and the release from the bondage of addiction, Dunklin Memorial Church is dedicated to recusing men (from themselves and their addiction), redeeming them (to find a proper relationship with Jesus), and restoring them (to their families and friends), through the message of the gospel.

NutraMedix has hired seven people who have completed Dunklin Memorial Church’s program and fully support this mission and the grace it promotes.
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Dunklin Memorial Church

Offering Meaningful Direction to Men Suffering From Chemical Addiction

Okeechobee, Florida
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