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The most recent National Institute of Health survey estimates 22.5 million people, 12 or older, met the classification of substance abuse or dependence in the last year1. As a health condition this is in the same category as people with Diabetes (18.3 million) and Heart Disease (22.4 million). Like Asthma and Depression, Addiction is a chronic illness subject to relapse.

Affluence can insulate an individual from negative consequences and be a detractor to effective recovery. Unfortunately, wealth means greater access. We understand this because we come from families like yours. We have a proven program based on sound clinical principles and evidence-based practices that can lead to a long-term solution. We use our over 60 years of experience in recovery to help find the best solutions for you.

Many of our clients come to us with some sort of unsuccessful treatment experience.

We understand how difficult it is to both maintain and support recovery within the family, and the devastation that relapse causes. When the family is not wholly-aligned, those experiences can be enough to scuttle the entire approach.

Our approach involves continuous, supportive interaction and communication with you, your loved one and your family members throughout the assessment, intervention, treatment and post-treatment phases. Our experience with our client families demonstrates that when the family works together with us, the miracle of sustained recovery is not only possible, but also a realistic goal.

 


1Results from the 2009 National Survey on Drug Use and Health: Volume I. Summary of National Findings, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

TESTIMONIAL

“Ben is fantastic! He has re-engaged in his life on so many levels and is really on track now. Amy and Doug, you can pat yourselves on the back. Ben’s success is due to his desire and your help. Thank you so much.”

– A patient’s mother in an update on her son