It also makes you wonder what the real motivation of the faith-based organizations are.
Are they really trying to help these people? I question the motives behind taking a person who may be having personal problems of various sorts and placing them into an environment that promotes the use of unprovable theistic principles to heal.
In the example of an addict (not to imply that that was the case here), someone who is most likely already having issues becoming re-connected with reality probably shouldn't have additional pretend ideas foisted upon them as fact, however subtly that may be. Not only do they have to fight through the issues that got them into the center in the first place, now they have the added burden of picking through which illusory version of reality works for their particular situation.
Substituting one false reality for another seems ill-advised at best.
Then again, perception = reality, so maybe it's all moot.
Right now, sleep is my religion. It refreshes me every day on a consistent basis making it easier to face the world. All I have to do is pray for about 6-7 hours a night in a supine position upon my metal and fabric alter, although sometimes I have religirous holidays when I pray on my side.