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Counseling - Gains by Jesus

The Gains by Jesus organization was founded by Gregg Stegman.  Gregg spent a lifetime battling mental illness, poverty, chemical dependency and depression.  He grew up in foster homes, in and out of juvenile detention centers.  His faith and perseverance helped him overcome these afflictions and today he is a successful business owner and entrepreneur.  His passion and success story has inspired him to start a foundation that would help other people like him.  He is using his success and knowledge to help these individuals overcome similar adversity.   

 

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According to the CDC, 40% of people are suffering 1+ mental health or drug problems following the pandemic. 

These rates from young adults are nearing 75%

We don't need more isolation or lockdowns. 

We need exercise and connection. 

Here at Gains by JC Gym, we not only want to help people achieve their personal fitness goals and provide a place of worship, fellowship and gains, we want to help rehabilitate the broken soul.  We know that addiction and chemical dependency is 9 times out of 10 a cloak we wear to cover the scars, bury the past, suppress our unhappiness, hide the tears and mask the pain caused by depression and anxiety or mental illness.  Thru positive motivation, mentorship, energy, prayer and physical activity,  we can help people find true happiness within themselves.  We believe strongly that an addict never truly recovers without replacing his addiction with another; examples including but not limited to overeating, sex, excessive drinking and smoking. We dare you to find ONE thing unhealthy about replacing a chemical dependency with an addiction to lifting iron.
 

Gains by JC Gym is not a treatment facility, rehabilitation center, medical practice nor is any of our staff members licensed therapist.  This is people helping people.  If you are having thoughts of suicide or wanting to hurt yourself please call one of the HOTLINE numbers below for help!

National Suicide Prevention 1-800-273-8255

SSAMHSA’s National 1-800-662-HELP

Narcotics Anonymous 713-943-1111