Who are we?
Eleeo Mercy in Action groups welcome the broadest participation of those affected by addictions to:

  • alcohol
  • drugs
  • sex
  • co-dependency

In the recovery process we come to realize that joining together in the spirit of unity ensures that the plan for recovery will be preserved and passed on to others.

Who is our Higher Power?
 We believe there is a similarity between what is taught in the 12-Step program of recovery and what is taught in the Bible. We place strong emphasis upon the relationship of the 12-Steps to the Beatitudes, the opening verses of our Lords "Sermon on the Mount" (Matthew 5:1-12). The progressive, inclusive nature of the Beatitudes and the 12-Steps leads us to believe that the writers of the 12-Steps were strongly influenced by this approach to understanding our Lord's teaching on the way to truly live the Christian life.