The United States has been in the midst of an opioid addiction epidemic for roughly two decades. Around a hundred Americans die from opiate overdoses every day, and a higher number of people nearly succumb to drug toxicity. It isn’t a secret, people who experience an overdose are at high risk of overdosing again, such people may not be so lucky the next time. If you have survived an overdose, please consider going into substance use disorder treatment.
At Celebrate Drug Rehab, we know the power of one’s disease; we know that it does not let go of its host without putting up a fight. Due to the compelling nature of mental illness, it’s critical that individuals seek assistance; typically, those who attempt to recover on their own do not last long. Once the symptoms of withdrawal and the pressure to use from the outside world set in, it’s usually only a matter of time before one uses again. The good news is that when people seek assistance and follow a few simple recommendations, addiction recovery is possible.
2018: A Year for Recovery
Maybe you’ve decided that 2018 is the year that everything changes? Having come to terms with the fact that your condition is a progressive illness, perhaps you are ready to take specific steps for bringing about recovery? If so, please do not hesitate and strike while the iron for progress is hot. The longer you wait, the more likely you are to talk yourself out of making a change. So, let 2018 be a year for addiction recovery.
You have probably heard that working a program of recovery involves a spiritual element. With that in mind, maybe you grew up with Christianity in your life and would like to follow His teaching once again? If that’s the case, our faith-based addiction treatment program is precisely what you’re seeking. Along with evidence-based therapies, we emphasize Christ-centered values into every aspect of the healing process. People who learn how to live life on life’s terms at our center, do so in the company of other Christians who’ve lost their way. Together, you will learn how to walk the road of recovery.
With the help of your God and adherence to the principles of addiction recovery, you can lead a fulfilling and productive existence. What better time to start fresh than January 1, 2018? With the New Year, you can get a new lease on life.
We Can Help
Please contact Celebrate Drug Rehab for a free consultation. Our experienced staff can help you break the cycle of addiction, teach you how to rekindle your relationship with God, and show you that living life one day at a time is possible. The beginning of your recovery is just a phone call away!
To everyone currently working a program of recovery, we hope that you have a safe and sober New Year’s Eve.