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Here is a selection of resources that offer Christ-centered help for those struggling with Internet pornography and sexual addiction. Please also see our related article, "Tangled in the Worst of the Web | What Internet porn did to one pastor, his wife, his ministry, their life."

Christian Counseling Centers

Barnabus Christian Counseling Network
This association of Christian counselors provides online counseling.

Psychological Counseling Services
7530 East Angus Drive
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
This Christian counseling center specializes in intensive outpatient therapy, including treatment and restoration for clergy couples through its New Hope Education Foundation.

Pure Life Ministries
P.O. Box 410
Dry Ridge, KY 41035
Founded by a former sex addict and his wife, this ministry offers live-in treatment programs of 6 to 12 months.

Stone Gate Resources
11509 Palmer Divide Road
Larkspur, CO 80118
Through its Restoration Project, this ministry provides counseling for pastors and their congregations. Ten-day, on-site Brief Intensive Counseling sessions also are available for individuals, couples, and families.

Referrals and Information

National Association for Christian Recovery
P.O. Box 215
Brea, CA 92822-0215
This ministry offers counseling referrals and resources for leading recovery support groups.

Pure Intimacy
719.531.3400, Ext. 2700 (Focus on the Family Counseling Referral Line)
877.233.4455 (Focus on the Family Pastoral Care Line)
This ministry includes counseling referrals and resources for Web porn addicts and spouses.

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