The struggle with addiction in whatever form, is a very lonely, difficult place to be. Many have found a way to live without substances and describe lives unimaginable before they quit.
Some of you know beyond the shadow of a doubt that you can not quit on your own. For many of you, the exact opposite is true, you know you need someone. As you can imagine, some of you are in the middle. We have a couple of methods to help you decide.
We’re Here For You
For years we have looked at addiction treatment as one size fits all. What we now know is that if there are many paths into addiction, there are many paths out of it. We hope to help you find your unique pathway into a life that is better than well.
If you’ve confirmed you want treatment for your use of a substance no matter how mild or severe you’re hurting.
I remember sitting through my first AA meeting like it was yesterday. The first person to share was a seventy something year old man who announced that he was a “grateful recovering alcoholic.” He went on to explain that he had been sober…
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As the seasons change from winter to spring here in west Michigan, I find myself having the same conversation with the fellow recovering people and individuals I work with. It always ends with me saying, "There is a reason you feel so good."…
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