I knew I needed help, but had no idea how to find a treatment center that was right for me, so I just kept putting it off. Making that call was the best decision I ever made.
The Addiction Recovery Group helped me get on the right path. I was able to start fresh in a life of recovery. I’m happy again!
I had no idea my insurance company would cover costs for my treatment. I always figured it would be too expensive on my own, and never tried to get help. I’m so glad I made the call.
My marriage was falling apart, I was about to lose my job, my life was a mess. The Addiction Recovery Group found the right treatment center for me. That made all the difference.
I now have my life back!
We want to make the first step as easy as possible for any addicts seeking help by making our specially trained addiction specialists available twenty four seven to answer all of your questions and help ease any concerns you may have. Whether its prescription medications or recreational street drugs, drugs that are abused are highly addictive. Physical dependency is a trap difficult to escape and stay clean on your own.
Overcoming any addition is difficult, but alcohol is present in everyday life it’s even harder to achieve sobriety when not placed in a treatment center. At our treatment facilities we not only help cleanse our patients of the toxins and alcohol in their system, but we also help our patients with relapse prevention tools and techniques they need to be the master of their sobriety when they return back to their homes.
Starting your recovery off right begins with a well planned detox, which cleanses the body of all the toxins and chemicals that substance abuse leaves behind. However, withdrawal symptoms of certain drugs and substances can be quite severe. It’s recommended that you never detox alone. It is safe and more effective, to detox under medical supervision to ensure a safe cleansing of the body and reduce potential complications.
When a patient is faced with psychiatric disorder and substance addiction, recovery is possible by blending the most successful aspects of mental health care and substance abuse treatment I the right environment with the professionals. With a Dual Diagnosis, denial of illness and addiction is common. Thoughts and perceptions are often distorted by mental illness and therefore neglecting your own care or non-compliance of psychotherapeutic medications often occurs.