What is Honors for Men?

The Honors Program offers a confidential Christian context to find God and a wise path back to personal and relational health for men who struggle with sexually addictive behavior and relational brokenness. Central to the program is our commitment to small groups where men come to grow in relational maturity and find a God-honoring path for repairing what has been broken.

Beginnings Program is an ongoing confidential Christian community designed to focus on the fundamentals of making progress in sexual and relationship recovery.  The Beginnings Program offers education, dialogue, small groups, structured conversations, mentoring and materials to understand and work on issues related to heart and life restoration.

Advanced Group (Beginnings Prerequisites) is a 12-week group designed to identify and develop specific skills in addressing unwanted sexual behavior as well as grow relationally, emotionally, and spiritually with other group members.

How Do I Join an Honors Group?

Call The Barnabas Center at 804-741-2333 or email The Barnabas Center and setup a 30-minute, confidential, pre-program phone interview & assessment with Dan Carson (this is required to register for the group).

This initial step offers the opportunity to have a dialogue with a counselor experienced in sexual recovery issues. The interview and assessment are designed to recommend the best course of action for each particular situation.

This phone interview in no way obligates one to participate in our program and does not imply acceptance into the Honors Program.  Rather, the conversation offers a safe, confidential context to understand the candidate’s needs, determine readiness for group experience, and discuss the resources available at The Barnabas Center and in the community.

What Does it Cost to participate in Honors?

The Honors Program costs $170 ($50 deposit + $10/week for 12 weeks = $170). A $50 deposit is required to hold your space in the group - this amount goes toward your total balance. $120 is due at the first group session. You can email The Barnabas Center for more information about registering. Scholarships are available for those who qualify.