If you are seeking help for yourself or for a
loved one, you should be educated on the subject
of chronic drug addiction in order to make an
informed decision about the correct treatment
option. The following facts and information are
provided to fulfill this need. We hope you find
Addiction is a constant and unrelenting effort
to obtain drugs in order to alter the feelings
and perceptions of the person using them. Simply
put, if an individual is basically happy with
their life and has the ability to identify and
solve problems where they exist, they are far
less likely to abuse drugs.
Drug abuse is a symptom of other underlying
problems. The individual abuses drugs in an
attempt to relieve themselves of the underlying
problem. Of course the underlying problem goes
undetected as their chronic drug use consumes
the life of the abuser and the loved ones
affected by his or her detrimental and chaotic
behavior. With prescription abuse where the
individual initially was under a doctor's care,
the problem the person may be trying to overcome
may not be easily seen, but it could be as
simple as avoiding pain. For individuals who
take prescriptions illegally (either stealing
from medicine cabinets or buying on the street),
it could be even more difficult to determine the
Why Can't a
Chronic Drug or Alcohol Abuser Just Stop?
Another facet of drug or
alcohol addiction is that the brain adapts to
the presence of drugs or alcohol and makes
adjustments chemically. Because of the chemical
changes in the brain due to the constant use of
drugs or alcohol, when a chronic drug or alcohol
abuser attempts to halt his/her drug or alcohol
use, the brain signals the individual that the
substance is needed to function. This is a major
cause of drug and alcohol cravings both
physically and mentally.
All drug and alcohol abusers experience drug or
alcohol cravings for some period of time after
ceasing drug or alcohol use. Drug and alcohol
cravings will diminish over time as the
individual discontinues the use of drugs and
alcohol and the brain function returns to
normal. This process can take several months.
Just a Few
Benefits of our Program:
program cost. Our program cost is one of the
lowest in the nation for long term residential
(Live in) intensive treatment.
2. Our average treatment program duration is 4
to 6 months, although there are no additional
cost involved regardless of program duration (
Some clients require extended treatment beyond
the average program duration).
3. Our program is fully licensed and state
4. Our program has the highest success rate in
the nation over 70% as compare to the industry
average of 15%.
5. Medical detoxification, if necessary is
6. Clients have 24 hr. access to a medical
7. Our non profit program founded the first
residential treatment center in United States in
1966. We have been leaders in the field of drug
addiction and alcoholism for over 3 decades.
8. Our program addresses the underlying problems
associated with the drug or alcohol addiction.
9. Our program also focuses on the restoration
of personal ethics regarding responsibility
toward family members and others in general.
10. Our program eliminates accumulated drug
residuals produced by chronic drug use. These
accumulated drug residuals can remain in the
fatty tissues of the body for many years after
drug use has been discontinued. When the fatty
tissue containing these drug residuals are
burned off during physical exercise the drug
residual can be release into the central nervous
system causing drug cravings and relapse.
11. We provide our client with a safe
environment to overcome drug or alcohol
addiction and rehabilitate their native sense of
goodness. It is extremely rare for a chronic
drug or alcohol abuser to wish to remain in the
condition they are living in. The vast majority
of chronic drug and alcohol abusers are
desperate to resolve their situation but do not
know how. Our proven treatment methods and our
caring staff will show them the way.
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