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At Addiction No More, we strive to help people find the best drug rehab centers around the country. People that complete inpatient treatment have a significantly better chance of remaining abstinent from drugs or alcohol. Long term drug rehab centers that last for 60 to 90 days, give the best success rates for the long time drug or alcohol abuser. When looking for a drug rehab, be sure to look outside of your area as well as locating a drug rehab near you. This will give you better choices for treatment and help you find an affordable inpatient drug rehab. You can call us toll free at 1-800-819-9973 for more information. We are ready to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week..

Tuesday, June 30, 2015



Q: What is rehab?
A: Alcohol rehab is the process of treatment and recovery from drug abuse or addiction.

Specifically, alcohol rehab is a treatment process/protocol used when a person who has used alcohol excessively or abused alcohol discontinues their use with the goal of remaining permanently abstinent. The treatment process usually includes detoxification, rehab, and maintenance of sobriety. Medications can be used in alcohol rehab and are especially helpful when combined with psychological and behavioral therapies. A comprehensive strategy and relapse prevention plan is strongly recommended for continued sobriety.

Q: Why do people go to alcohol rehab?
A: The main goal of any alcohol rehab is to help people with drinking problems stop drinking.

In addition to understanding models of alcoholism, rehab also provides them with the knowledge and tools they need stop drinking.

Q: Is my privacy guaranteed if I go to rehab?
A: From a medical standpoint, your medical records remain private unless court ordered otherwise.

While staff are usually contracted under confidentiality law, you usually cannot have a guarantee of complete privacy or anonymity unless you seek out a clinic that specializes in privacy.

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Q: Will I stop drinking after alcohol rehab?
A: The final outcome of an alcohol rehab program will mostly depend on you.

If you are truly ready for treatment and ready to stop drinking, rehab can be very successful. Otherwise, there’s a good chance that alcohol rehab can fail.

Q: What can you expect during a stay in rehab?
A: There are six basic phases of alcohol rehab.

“Rehab” usually refers to inpatient treatment settings. While effective, outpatient programs are usually less intensive and last for around ten (10) weeks, with at least 2-3 meetings per week. The plus side is that outpatient alcohol programs can be much less expensive than inpatient treatment.

Inpatient alcohol rehab generally takes about 28-30 days to complete, although programs can last from 3-6 months. Each stage of alcohol rehab programs build upon earlier stages. Completion of alcohol rehab is strongly advised, and leads to more successful outcomes and less frequent relapse. The main stages of inpatient alcohol rehab include:

Alcohol dependence assessment
Medical detox from alcohol
Psychological alcoholism treatment
Supportive services

Q: Is alcohol rehab for everyone?
A: Alcohol rehab benefits people who a problem drinkers and want to get better.

Keep in mind, though, that people who need alcohol rehab may be in denial of their drinking problem. They will often only consider treatment when their loved ones stage an intervention, they get into legal trouble because of their drinking, or they hit rock bottom. Still, many recovering alcoholics find that they ignored these signs until it was too late. Below are some of the most common signs that someone needs alcohol rehab centers.

Drinking more than 2 drinks per day, for men
Drinking more than an average of more than 1 drink per day for women
Hiding drinking and alcohol use
Inability to quit drinking, despite the problems it causes
Finding excuses to drink
Physical dependence on alcohol, often accompanied by high alcohol tolerance
Problems resulting from alcohol use (family, career, legal, health)
Further, alcohol rehab can benefit drinkers who:

Have already tried quitting on their own (with no success)
Can benefit from a change of scene
Are ready and willing to change behavior

Q: Do I need to sleep overnight at rehab?
A: It depends.

Inpatient rehabs require that you live reside at the facility for a period of time. This type of treatment can benefit people who need to get away from home environments and concentrate on learning how to cope without alcohol. However, inpatient alcohol rehab can be significantly more expensive than outpatient programs. Rehab usually lasts for 28 days, but may be extended up to a few months or a year, preferably followed by after-care treatment sessions.

Q: Are there faith-based alcohol rehabs out there?
A: Yes.

Some alcohol rehabs specialize in specific spiritual or religious practices.
 You can call 1-800-513-5423 to speak with leaders in your spiritual community to find a treatment center that is right for you.


Sunday, June 28, 2015

Affects of Cocaine use

Even one hit of crack or cocaine can kill you, because it can cause heart attacks, strokes, or breathing problems. Crack and cocaine use is also linked to car crashes, falls, burns, drowning, and suicide. They are stimulants that tend to give a temporary illusion of limitless power and energy that leaves the user feeling depressed, edgy, and craving more. Crack and cocaine are both very addictive. This addiction can ruin your physical and mental health and can become so strong that these drugs dominate all aspects of your life.

Cocaine affects your brain. The word "cocaine" refers to the drug in both a powder (cocaine) and crystal (crack) form. It is made from the coca plant and causes a short-lived high that is immediately followed by opposite, intense feelings of depression, edginess, and a craving for more of the drug. Cocaine may be snorted as a powder, converted to a liquid form for injection with a needle, or processed into a crystal form to be smoked.

Cocaine affects your body. People who use cocaine often don't eat or sleep regularly. They can experience increased heart rate, muscle spasms, and convulsions. If they snort cocaine, they can also permanently damage their nasal tissue.

Cocaine affects your emotions. Using cocaine can make you feel paranoid, angry, hostile, and anxious, even when you're not high.

Cocaine is addictive. Cocaine interferes with the way your brain processes chemicals that create feelings of pleasure, so you need more and more of the drug just to feel normal. People who become addicted to cocaine start to lose interest in other areas of their life, like school, friends, and sports.

Cocaine can kill you. Cocaine use can cause heart attacks, seizures, strokes, and respiratory failure. People who share needles can also contract hepatitis, HIV/AIDS, or other diseases.

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Thursday, June 25, 2015

Dual Diagnosis Treatment Programs

 Dual Diagnosis Treatment Programs

This service is dedicated to those in need of a Dual Diagnosis Treatment Program for Addiction. Call for free help now. 1-800-513-5423 

Dual Diagnosis treatment programs are tailor made to specifically address the co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders. Many of the dual diagnosis treatment centers treat the individual using an integrated approach working with both the psychological and alcohol or drug dependency. Dual Diagnosis treatment programs are a relatively new approach to treat addiction and has gained acceptance and significant results in treatment co-occurring substance disorders.


The need for dual diagnosis treatment programs is growing as we discover that there is an underlying condition that needs to be handled at the same time while treating the addiction problem.

There is significant evidence that shows that almost one third of alcohol abusers and almost half of all drug addicts have a co-occurring underlying disorder.

If we look at the general population, persons with a psychological disorder are twice as likely to self medicate and developed either an addiction to alcohol or drugs.

Dual diagnosis patients will have a harder time in dealing with addiction than patients that do not have a co-occurring mental disorder. Individuals who have a mental illness and a co-occurring substance disorder have higher rates of suicide and homelessness.

Brief history of Dual diagnosis treatment programs

Dual diagnosis treatment interventions and "integrated" programs that truly adapted to the needs of severely mentally ill chemical abusers (MICA) began in 1984 (Gigliotti,1986, Sciacca 1987a,1987b) in a New York State outpatient psychiatric facility. In 1985 these integrated treatment programs were implemented across multiple program sites (Sciacca,1987b). Concurrently, treatment and program elements were taught through training seminars in New York as well as nationally. Early articles by Gigliotti, 1986 and Sciacca, 1987a, 1987b, outlined these processes and documented their starting dates. In September, 1986, the New York State (NYS) Commission on Quality of Care (CQC) released the findings of eighteen months of research. Its report (Sundram, Platt, Cashen, 1986) described the detachment and downward spiral of dual diagnosed consumers who were bounced among different systems with " no definitive locus of responsibility." As a result, Governor Cuomo designated the NYS Office of Mental Health as the lead agency responsible for coordinating collective efforts for this population. CQC proceeded to visit the dual diagnosis programs developed in 1984, and declared the treatment interventions, the training, and integrated programs to be positive solutions to the dilemmas (Gigliotti, 1986).

Form and function

For a client to succeed in a dual diagnosis program there has to be self-motivation and a desire to get better. The doctors and treatment teams must be able to work together seamlessly through a coordinated treatment approach without having to consult different departments. The approach only works through a unified effort and a co-joined treatment team.

What to look for in a dual diagnosis program

While searching for a dual diagnosis treatment program make sure that the center has all the facts regarding the client. Many times it is necessary to "wipe the slate clean", meaning that a client may need to come off of all medications first before continuing their current medication regiment. Many addicts have been put on medication by their family doctor or psychiatrist without disclosing the fact that there has been drug usage going on in the present time. Once the client has been clean and stable for 30 or so days we really see the real person and know exactly what is going on with the patient. It is at this point in treatment that a determination is made if there is a need for medications to handle the underlying addiction problem.

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Dual Diagnosis Treatment Programs help line is here to assist you. We will guide you every step of the way. Our trained and certified counselors have helped thousands of people just like you enter into a new life free of drugs or alcohol. The first step is the hardest to take, admitting that we are powerless and need help to handle the underlying addiction that has been holding us back from the life we deserve. Let your addiction become the past.  Give one of our counselors a call    we are here for you 24 hours a day 7 days a week. 

Thursday, June 18, 2015

The Truth About Alcoholism

The Truth About Alcoholism 

Alcohol is the oldest and most widely used drug in the world. Millions of people consume alcohol each day----but when do you classify a person as addicted and what can it do to you when abused?

This is only a guide. If you or a loved one struggles with alcoholism, call us at 1-800-513-5423. A certified counselor will help you and talk to you about your options. Call us toll free now. Or visit our website at www.drugrehabservices.com now. 

Tuesday, June 16, 2015



Home Enabling: Are You An Enabler?
Are You An Enabler?

Behind many addicts you’ll find enablers. An enabler can be a parent, a spouse or even a child, and usually her intentions are good. The problem is that loving an addict, supporting him and empowering him can often turn into enabling. When you enable the addict in your life you are only making the problem worse and preventing him from getting the help he really needs. So how do you know if you are helping or hurting?

What Is Enabling?
Enabling means taking away or covering up the consequences of your loved one’s addiction. Consequences are powerful motivators. When an addict destroys his relationships, loses his job or spends all his money on drugs he is forced to face the truth about his problem with drugs or alcohol. If you take actions to shield him from these consequences, he need not face the truth and he will likely keep doing what he is doing. You are enabling him.

Put this way it sounds pretty straightforward. When you’re in the thick of it, though, it can be tough to know if you are enabling your addict or helping him. You should help your loved one. You should empower him to get help for himself. Helping an addict doesn’t always mean tough love, but there can be a fine line between caring and enabling.

Signs You Are An Enabler

Here are some surefire signs that you are an enabler:

You make excuses or lie – You cover up or gloss over bad things that your loved one is doing and make excuses to other people. For instance, you might explain away his embarrassing bender at a party by telling everyone that he was sick and the alcohol interacted badly with his cold medicine.
You take on his responsibilities – For an addict, everyday responsibilities are usually the first thing to go south. If you pick up the slack by picking up the kids from school, doing his chores, taking care of his aging mother or anything else he is supposed to do, you are not letting him feel the consequences of his neglect.
You put the blame for his problems on anyone but him – Addicts are great at assigning blame to third parties. It’s part of denial. You may add to the problem by encouraging this or telling him that he’s right. You may even blame yourself. The truth is that he makes his own decisions and he needs to realize that.
You take care of him financially – Addiction costs money. Do you give him more money when he runs out? Do you pay the bills or legal fees? Helping him financially may seem unconnected to his addiction, but it isn’t.
You avoid addressing the problem out of fear – If you are afraid to face the problem of your loved one’s addiction because you are afraid of a fight or that he will leave you, you are enabling.
How To Stop Enabling And Start Helping

If you recognize the enabler in your habits, it’s time to stop. Start with a conversation about the problem. Stop ignoring it. Tell your loved ones that things will change from now on. You will no longer take care of his responsibilities. You will no longer give him money. What you will do is support and love him. Offer to be there as he gets help or goes to rehab. Tell him and show him that you are there to help and support, but that he needs to get help. Once he starts to really feel the consequences of his addiction he will start to realize the extent of his problem.

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Monday, June 15, 2015

Clean And Sober by Janet Mullaly

Clean And Sober 

by Janet Mullaly

Staying clean and sober
is the way i want to be
But it is not so simple
As you can plainly see

For some of us it takes some time
To master all the steps
To recognize our problems
even harder to accept

Patience is a virtue
in fact, it is a must
So I'll believe in a Higher Power
and in him I'll put my trust.

A spiritual awakening
is what it's going to take
if it's clean and sober
my life I wish to make. 

Thursday, June 11, 2015

The Addiction Treatment Process: A Step By Step Guide

This is a step by step guide to help you through the addiction treatment process. This is helpful in getting help for a loved one, however, it is only a guide. If you or a loved one needs help finding treatment for addiction, please contact up at 1-800-513-5423 today. www.Addictionnomore.com

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Guide to Helping Addicts

This is a guide, provided by Spiritual River but can be used when dealing with anyone who has any type of addiction. Calling a certified counselor to help you through this process can be very helpful in getting your loved one help in finding the correct treatment program for them. 
Call us today at 1-800-513-5423 or visit www.drugrehabservices.com

This is a visual guide for helping addicts.

Strategy #1. Help yourself first.

Strategy #2. Understand Addiction.

Strategy#3. Use a caring and appropriate approach.

Strategy #4. Determine their level of willingness.

Strategy #5. Piercing through their denial.

 Strategy #6. Setting limits.

Strategy #7. Communicating Boundaries.

Strategy #8. Practicing Detachment. 

Strategy #9. Moving them closer to Surrender. 

Strategy #10. Organizing a formal intervention.

Strategy #11. Be ready with a solution for them.

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Saturday, June 6, 2015

Christian Twelve Steps

Christian Twelve Steps    1-800-513-5423

1. We admitted we were powerless over alcohol ... that our lives had become unmanageable. "I know that nothing good lives in me, that is, in my sinful nature. For I have the desire to do what is good, but I cannot carry it out." (Romans 7:18)
2. Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity. "... my grace is sufficient for you, for my POWER is made perfect in weakness." (2 Corinthians 12:9)
..for it is God Who works in you to will and act according to His good purpose.. (Phil. 2:13)

3. Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of GOD as we understood Him. "... If anyone would come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me." (Luke 9:23**)

4. Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves. "Let us examine our ways and test them, and let us return to the Lord." (Lamentations 3:40)

5. Admitted to GOD, to ourselves and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs. "Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed." (James 5:16)

6. Were entirely ready to have GOD remove all these defects of character. "If you are willing and obedient, you will eat the best from the land." (Isaiah 1:19)

7. Humbly asked Him to remove all our shortcomings. "Humble yourselves before the Lord, and He will lift you up." (James 4:10)

8. Made a list of all persons we had harmed and became willing to make amends to them all. "Therefore, if you are offering your gift at the altar and there remember that your brother has something against you, leave your gift there in front of the altar. First go and be reconciled to your brother; then come and offer your gift." (Matthew 5:23, 24**)

9. Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others. Give and it shall be given you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you." (Luke 6:38**)

10. Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong, promptly admitted it. "For by the grace given me I say to every one of you: Do not think of yourself more highly than you ought, but rather think of yourself with sober judgment, in accordance with the measure of faith GOD has given you." (Romans 12:3)

11. Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with GOD as we understood Him, praying only for knowledge of His will, and the power to carry that out. "May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be pleasing in your sight, O Lord, my Rock and my Redeemer." (Psalm 19:14)
"Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly..." (Col. 3:16)

12. Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we tried to carry this message to alcoholics, and practice these principles in all our affairs. "Brothers, if someone is caught in a sin, you who are spiritual should restore him gently. But watch yourself, or you also may be tempted. Carry each other's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ." (Galatians 6:1-2)
**The words of Christ

For further assistance please feel free to contact us, our counselors are here to assist you and guide you to the right treatment center that is Christian in it's beliefs. Do not wait till it is too late to call, every day you wait your chances of something negative in life happens. Addiction to drugs and alcohol does not discriminate it does not care if you are living on the street or living in a Park Avenue apartment. Addiction is everywhere and can be hiding in some of the people we know, love, and consider friends or family. If you think there is something that has changed in a loved one  please let us help you decide if there is a need for help or if an intervention  is needed.

Thursday, June 4, 2015

Learning to Overcome Addiction Part 4


Learning to Overcome Addiction    Part 4

This is a 4 part blog, dedicated to helping you overcome addiction. 

Make sure that you stop the addiction on the date as planned.

When we commit to a task or any task for that matter we need to do our best to keep that date. Having our friends and family close on this date can be beneficial to some and not to others. Make this an informed choice. if you need support try and get someone that will not be judgmental, abrupt, or a trigger for relapse. having support will ease the pain of trying this all alone.

Look for support. Who can you turn to for support when you need it? Have a list of people and professionals that will help you on the BAD days. You may think that you can handle this on your own but you will need some help to keep motivated. This does not necessarily mean that you need to get professional help but it sure can't hurt. There are groups and meetings that can help you through the bumps in the road to recovery. There are also online groups for support through Facebook blogs and recovery websites.
Look for support through friends and family as well as any materials on cognitive behavioral therapy, skills training, motivational interviewing,  Having a personal therapist that is versed in the stopping of the addiction process can be very beneficial to the recovery process.

The first few days will seem to be overwhelming and always remember Boredom is the number ONE REASON FOR RELAPSE. Fill your time try and remember what it is that you do or did for fun that came before the addiction. Any sort of community projects or clubs can help fill this time and give a sense of giving back. Social interactions and activities will help your brain release the neurotransmitters that make us feel good naturally.

  You will need to look at the triggers that evoke the need or want to fall back into addiction.
 If you have a drug addiction there are some places that you would need to avoid until you are strong enough to handle them. Some of the things that you need to avoid will be easy to identify such as friends, places of use, places where we hooked up and even bars and casinos can be a trigger for some. Knowing and learning what triggers usage is paramount to the recovery process.  For now don't confront these triggers directly as this can put you in a bad situation and lead to relapse.  In time these triggers will become less and less.

We can not control what we think. 

Trying to control what we think is a futile process that will take all of your energy and often times lead to relapse. The truth that we can not control the random thoughts to use is an eye opening realization. The only true thing we can control is how we act on those random thoughts. This principle is one of the most important realizations that translate in life as well as addiction to drugs or alcohol.  Do not fall back to your old habits and friends that want to see you back in the miserable place that they are still stuck in. You will need to make up new habits and routines to avoid these triggers. Change places to eat or have coffee and recreational activities that will put you in the position of seeing old friends or dealers. Give yourself at least 6 months before trying to confront these feelings as they can be to strong for the addict in early recovery.
Always refer back to your list for stopping the use of drugs or alcohol .

Relapse prevention and overcoming relapse. 
Relapse in not a part of recovery but it can happen.  There are a few steps that will help it not happen again. Look at what was going on in your life at the time of the relapse, the places you went, the people you saw and discussions you had. Make a list of these things and figure out where the trigger was . Once you figure it out, maybe with the help of your go to friend or counselor, find ways not to put yourself in that same position again. Try and make sure that the guilt and shame that you were feeling at the time of the relapse does not consume your life. Realizing that this was a mistake and that you are trying to change is a big step in the right direction to your recovery. Go back to your list for quitting and then look at your journal of trials and su
ccesses and this will help you get back on the path to recovery.        

Make sure that you reward and celebrate your achievements and goals you have accomplished. 

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 This is a short program overview that is in no way a substitute for clinical help and drug rehabilitation centers. For the best result always consult an addiction specialist or get yourself into a drug and alcohol rehab program . These steps are what have helped me in my early recovery and I thought I would share them in hopes that they will help other achieve a life without the need for addiction.

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Learning to Overcome Addiction Part 3

Learning to Overcome Addiction    Part 3

This is a 4 part blog, dedicated to helping you overcome addiction. 

Setting the date to quit using drugs or alcohol.  

   Be careful in setting this date as we all know that tomorrow never comes. Setting a date for quitting that is tomorrow is something that we all have done, we all know that tomorrow never comes, due to the fact when we think it is here it is already today, this makes it so there is always a tomorrow.
Do not set the date for a month from now or even next year your resolve for stopping addiction will fade and it will become business as usual once again. Consider choosing a date that is meaningful to you and set it a week or 2 weeks at the most. This will give you time to get prepared mentally and physically.
  Mark this date on your phone, calendar, computer, and announce it publicly to friends and family. Making this public will give you more of a motivation to start on the date you have chosen.

Be sure not to stop the usage of any drug or alcohol without consulting a doctor or detox center. Some drugs and Alcohol addictions can be life threatening to just stop using.

Start getting your home and life ready for the changes that are about to take effect.

Remove triggers such as paraphernalia, photos of usage and in some cases turn off news feeds on your social media or delete  them all together.also delete and or remove  the people from your life and social media that you used to use with. Try and replace the items or people and  photos with things that make you feel good and inspire life. Get some good books and movies to help combat the boredom that is sure to fill your mind. Fill your fridge with healthy choices and some indulgent foods to start you on the path to a healthy lifestyle. Changing your environment will give you the feeling of starting anew and can really brighten your day.

                   Call Now Our counselors are here to help you

 This is a short program overview that is in no way a substitute for clinical help and drug rehabilitation centers. For the best result always consult an addiction specialist or get yourself into a drug and alcohol rehab program . These steps are what have helped me in my early recovery and I thought I would share them in hopes that they will help other achieve a life without the need for addiction.

Monday, June 1, 2015

Learning to Overcome Addiction Part 2

Learning to Overcome Addiction    Part 2

This is a 4 part blog, dedicated to helping you overcome addiction. 

What daily problems arise that is a direct or indirect result of your addiction.
 For example missing dinners, scheduled appointments, family gatherings, work, and the list goes on.  After compiling the list of the negative affects I want you to look over that list and study it. Really look at the changes that this addiction has made to your life, seemingly, without your permission.  Once you have your negative list done and had that realization that you need and want to change, it is time to move on to the next step in our home addiction recovery program.

Make a list of all the changes you want and need to make in order keep moving forward in life.
 Look at yourself and actually assess where you are and look at the future and see what you want to become post addiction. This may give you a feeling of accomplishment if done honestly, objectively, and completely.

Take a look at the reasons why you want and need to quit. 
Write them down and refer to them often, this will keep you grounded and help you stick to your plan. The reasons that you have to quit  must be greater than the reasons to continue usage. This step is a mental battle and it will take some soul searching but it is the foundation on which you will build your sober life.
There are many reasons to stop using drugs or alcohol but this list should focus on what you want for  your life and your goals, not what you think should go on this list. Everything you do on this program and we cannot stress this enough needs to be honest and not in rote.

           Every day you do not use it one more day you have won. remember, that recovery is not a race it has no time limit it takes as long as it takes. With this in mind take the time to enjoy life.

Be a tourist in your own town. This is one of the early principles that I learned in my own recovery. Take a look at your town go online and see upcoming events, there may just be something that you never knew went on in your own town or county. Go to museums, art galleries, parks, and landmarks. Take a interest in life, most of these attractions are free and can offer some relief from boredom that can trigger that random thought, that we cannot control, to use.
If you get the feeling of wanting to go back to using drugs or alcohol have list of go to friends or a therapist you can call or go see. The added support will help you not rationalize the just one more time thought that we all have gone through.          

This is a short program overview that is in no way a substitute for clinical help and drug rehabilitation centers. For the best result always consult an addiction specialist or get yourself into a drug and alcohol rehab program . These steps are what have helped me in my early recovery and I thought I would share them in hopes that they will help other achieve a life without the need for addiction.

 Today can be the start of your new life. Entering into a Low Cost Drug Rehabilitation Center is just one phone call away. Start the healing today our certified counselors are here to help you find the most Affordable treatment center in or outside of your area.