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Benefits of Faith-Based Drug Rehabs

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December 1, 2015
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benefits of faith based drug rehabsThere’s no denying it: Drug addiction takes a devastating toll on one’s relationships, physical health, and mental health. As a Christian, it can undoubtedly take a toll on one’s spiritual walk, too. Many Christians struggle to understand how God can forgive them for their addiction or redeem their addictive habits.

Fortunately, Biblical teachings remind us that Jesus can deliver us from the bondage of sin. This is foundational to faith-based rehabilitation programs that desire not only physical and psychological healing for their clients—but spiritual healing, as well.

Advantages of Christian Drug & Alcohol Recovery

Spiritual Comfort. This is perhaps the most obvious benefit of Christian drug rehab. Whether you walk with Jesus or not, a Christian rehab program gives you frequent opportunities to meditate and think about the things that nourish your spirit. A focus on prayer and meditation can benefit people from all faith walks, since it gives them an opportunity to discover who they are within the context of their relationships with others and, perhaps, with a higher power. Christian-based rehab centers also give clients an opportunity to enjoy comforting fellowship with sober colleagues. This feeling of community is critical to sobriety success in the short and long term.

Physical healing. Our network of Christian recovery facilities provides the medical support clients need as they detox and withdraw from drugs and alcohol. Once detox is complete, Christian rehab teams help clients focus on healthy eating, routine exercise, and stress-relieving habits that will carry them through the most difficult portions of their sobriety journey. Depending upon your personal needs, we can place you in a Christian drug rehab that offers holistic activities, as well: from yoga and acupuncture to massage and art therapy.

Emotional & relational healing. The emotional damage caused by drugs and alcohol runs wide and deep. At Christian Rehab Network, we tailor your recovery program to your unique emotional needs. Our facilities’ accredited addiction specialists, pastoral staff and counselors work with you to heal the emotional wounds sustained during addiction. We also help clients deal with family and relational baggage that may have been contributing to substance abuse, and we provide family counseling programs that turn healing into a family affair.

Choosing a Christian Rehab Center

If you are considering a Christian addiction recovery program for yourself or a loved one, call Christian Rehab Network at 877.310.9545 today. We will match you with an affordable, faith-based program, and we handle everything from facility placement to aftercare planning and family support. Not sure if Christian rehab is for you? Our welcoming addiction specialists will walk you through the Christian rehab process and will answer each of your questions thoroughly and objectively. It is our desire for you to experience physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual healing that is accessible through a relationship with Jesus Christ.

“So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” – Isaiah 41:10

Coping with the Holidays: Be Proactive

Posted 
November 23, 2015
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If the thought of atteaddiction recovery coping with holidaysnding family gatherings, answering nosy questions about rehab, and braving crowded shopping malls is not on your holiday wish list this year, take a deep breath. A few proactive steps can help you survive the holidays—sober. With the right approach, you may even be able to de-stress and rejoice over the real meaning of Christmas.

  •  Plan your path in advance. If you know that parties often trigger your desire to drink or use, politely say no to that party invitation. Avoid family gatherings where tensions tend to run high, as well as other situations that tempt you to turn to destructive behavior. Setting healthy boundaries in advance of Christmas and New Year’s events helps to set you up for sobriety success.
  • Plan self-care activities. When stressful situations are on the horizon, it’s wise to have some go-to stress management techniques in your pocket. Schedule a massage or manicure; join a fellowship group; get involved with ministries at your church; volunteer to serve holiday dinner at the food bank; get some exercise. When you plan your free time around activities that fill you up emotionally, spiritually, and mentally, you’ll be less likely to make unhealthy decisions. Unscheduled time is often dangerous time.
  • Plan for spiritual growth. Christmas and the New Year are ideal times for fresh starts, and that includes your spiritual walk. Dig into your Bible with daily quiet time or join a small group to discuss the scriptures. Pastor Rick Warren recommends praying through the “Fruit List” from Galations 5:22-23 when you are yearning to grow spiritually. Christmas is the perfect time to ask God to help you develop the fruits of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.

Holiday Help for Addiction

For recovering addicts, the holiday season is often fraught with stress. Christian Rehab Network will help you navigate the season with grace—and develop plans for hope and renewal in the process. To learn more about our Christian drug and alcohol recovery consulting, or to speak with a member of our team—night or day—dial 877.310.9545 today, or submit a private online inquiry. Have a blessed Thanksgiving!

Is Yoga Compatible with Christian Values?

Posted 
October 16, 2015
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Holistic therapies, including such techniques as yoga and meditation, have made inroads in the world of addiction recovery as alternatives to traditional approaches. These therapies offer numerous benefits; they help calm the mind and soothe the soul while promoting inner harmony and clarity. These are essential to the recovery process, which is as much about healing the inner spirit as it is about overcoming the physical symptoms of substance abuse and withdrawal.

Yet, for clients in faith-based healing programs like the Christian Rehab Network, therapies like yoga and meditation may pose questions about compatibility. These techniques are borrowed from disparate spiritual and faith traditions that venerate gods and deities not recognized by practicing Christians. Is there a way to reconcile yoga’s underlying spiritual implications with the Christian faith in the context of drug and alcohol rehab?

Integrating Yoga and Meditation with a Christianity-Based Recovery Program

The key to integrating techniques like yoga into the Christian context is to focus on the modality, itself, rather than its Hindu roots. The physical postures (asanas) and breathing techniques (pranayama) deliver scientifically proven benefits like core strengthening, toxin release, stress release, and mental focus. Biblically, we are to “offer our bodies as a living sacrifice and spiritual act of worship that is holy and pleasing to God,” (Rom. 12:1-2), and yoga helps us achieve this through an increase in healthy circulation, improved sleep, and decrease in anxiety and depression. There is no doubt that when we are physically healthier and treat our body as God’s temple, we are more able to engage in a deep, spiritual walk.

Many recovering addicts also use yoga time as a supplement to their Christian meditation time. Trading Eastern religious references for prayer, scriptural meditation, and focus on the Holy Spirit, clients achieve spiritual as well as physical and psychological benefits.

So, the short answer is yes, yoga and similar practices can be adapted to Christian values, and they can play an important role in the recovery process when guided by a Christian practitioner. If you or a loved one is suffering from addiction, we invite you to contact the Christian Rehab Network team to learn more about how the power of God can lead to a full and complete recovery—through traditional and non-traditional therapy techniques.

Beyond the 12 Steps: Inpatient Addiction Treatment

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October 9, 2015
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For Christians who want to escape the pChristian Inpatient Addiction Treatmentain of drug and alcohol addiction, help is only a prayer, a phone call, or a visit with your pastor away. You may already have tried one of the many faith-based 12-step programs that are found in communities all across the U.S. With Christ’s love and healing—and the help of others who have fought the same battles—many Christians can embrace abstinence and successfully live in sobriety. But, if you feel that you will never be able to shake off your addiction, that Christ has abandoned you, or that you are unworthy of His love, you may need to seek help beyond a 12-step outpatient program.

When Is Christian Inpatient Care the Answer?

If your personal battle with substance abuse has left you feeling hopeless and separated from God, it may be a sign that you need the kind of specialized care available at Christian Rehab Network’s inpatient care centers. Substance abuse is a serious and complex disease, with far-reaching physical and mental consequences. At our affiliated inpatient care centers, you will find fellowship and spiritual guidance along with medical professionals and mental health counselors who can diagnose and treat the many aspects of this disease.

Seek inpatient treatment if you suspect that any of these conditions are present in your life:

  •  A need for medical intervention and monitoring. Long-time use of drugs and alcohol can make profound changes in your body. Assessment and oversight by medical personnel can ease the discomfort of detox, correct nutritional deficiencies, and uncover conditions that need treatment.
  • Mental disorders that co-occur with substance abuse. Often, there are underlying disorders like depression or anxiety that contribute to or result from addiction. The safety and support of inpatient treatment facilitates dual diagnosis treatment for these conditions.
  • A need to separate temporarily from unhealthy relationships. Connections with family and friends can be damaged by years of disappointment and hurt due to substance abuse. Sometimes, an unhealthy relationship is at the heart of the disease. Inpatient treatment programs include individual and family therapy to help heal damaged relationships and build stronger, healthier ones.

The Care You Need with the Spiritual Restoration You Want

Christian Rehab Network can connect you with a faith-based inpatient treatment center near you. Our partners are thoroughly screened to assure that they provide quality treatment from a scriptural perspective. You can be sure that their programs offer credentialed, professional treatment that addresses your physical and mental needs, along with Christ-centered counseling, fellowship, and support to help you heal your relationship with God. Call 877-310-9545 to speak to a recovery specialist and begin healing your body and spirit today.

The Power of NEW in Recovery

Posted 
September 29, 2015
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As you pursue sobriePower of new in addiction recoveryty, you are seeking to be renewed in every aspect of life: spiritually, physically, psychologically, and emotionally. But does this mean giving up everything and everyone you loved before recovery? Not always, but there is much to be said for building new patterns of daily living where old triggers and temptations can’t return to haunt you. In some cases, though, old friendships and family connections are still an important part of your new life. Instead of replacing them, discover new ways to integrate them into your life looking at them differently, seeking reconciliation, and creating healthy boundaries.

New Physical Body

Addiction depletes you. As you are compelled to use, toxins build in your body, you neglect healthy eating, and exercise becomes a thing of the past. Recovery is a perfect time to focus on your physical health after you have detoxed from chemical substances. Our Christian rehab centers offer nutritional guidance and recreation opportunities that will help you develop a “new,” healthier body that is built to function longer and stronger.

New Family Dynamics

You still love your family, but destructive enabling and negative family dynamics may have contributed to your addictive cycle. When it’s time to return home, make sure that your family has also gotten the help they need. Addiction is a family disease. With the help of therapists and disease education, your family members can learn to (1) support you without enabling, (2) love you without rescuing, and (3) integrate themselves as a healthy part of your new life. With counseling and relationship skills coaching, your family can become one of the most important parts of your support system.

New Friendship Approaches

If your old friends were your main connection to drugs and alcohol, you need to find new friends. However, you probably have friendships from the past that were not, in themselves, destructive. With time and counseling, you can learn to participate in these friendships in healthy ways—and these friends can support your sobriety. If old friendships are a trigger for relapse, however, it’s best to avoid reconnection. Your therapist can help you determine when it’s time to re-engage with a friend, and when it’s time to run the other way.

New Spiritual Commitment

While some of our clients are new to their Christian faith-walk, many of them were Christians before they became addicted—or while they were addicted. At Christian Rehab Network, our facility and therapy partners teach you how to leave behind the shame of your addiction and renew your relationship with Christ. That does not mean that your recovery journey will be easy; but it does mean that you will have the God of the universe journeying with you. The deeper you go in your relationship with God, the more likely this relationship will sustain you as you are tempted to relapse or return to old patterns as future stress arises.

Experience ReNEWal Through Christian Rehab Network

Today is a new day: when you can choose to leave drugs and alcohol behind and venture into uncharted territory. Experience faith-based healing, residential programs, outpatient treatment, and sober living communities available through Christian Rehab Network. Working with you to find affordable care with lasting results, our team acts as your advocate and recovery partner. Call 877.310.9545 now.

Addiction Does Not Change God’s Love for You

Posted 
September 28, 2015
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addiction and God's forgiveness“No temptation has overtaken you that is not common to man. God is faithful, and he will not let you be tempted beyond your ability, but with the temptation he will also provide a way of escape, that you may be able to endure it.”

1 Cor. 10:13

If you are like many men and women, you may wonder how God’s love can weather the fallout that your addiction has left in its wake. Your life, your relationships, and your spiritual walk have gone off the rails. You don’t feel “whole” anymore. When you feel this way, here is the truth: God is not surprised by your addiction. He is not caught off-guard; his love for you is not impacted. In fact, it is quite the opposite. The Bible tells us that when you ask for forgiveness, the Lord removes your sins as far from you as east is from west; that there is an infinite distance between you and your addiction when you repent and begin the healing process.

Free Choice & Personal Growth

When God offered mankind the beauty (and burden) of free choice, he knew that our choices would not always redeem us, draw us closer to him, or contribute to increasing faith. Instead, our choices would often bring personal and relational destruction. The good news is that God loves us in spite of—and because of—our choices, because he can use them to refine us in ways we would not be capable of on our own. As you walk the day-to-day path of addiction treatment and are tempted to doubt God’s love for you, remember:

  • God never gives up on you. He allows you to face difficulties, and he does not always swoop in to “fix” your problems. This is because he is more concerned with your future glory than your present comfort. However, scripture promises that he will “never leave or forsake you” (Deut. 31:6), no matter how lost you feel.
  • Self-control is a fruit of the Spirit. When you decide to pursue sobriety, you must control selfish impulses. As you recommit yourself to Christ and prayerfully develop self-control throughout your recovery, be assured that this is an outcome of the Holy Spirit living within you.
  • Jesus Christ came to set you free from bondage, and that includes addiction. The emotional, mental, and physical sickness of addiction is caused by sin. Jesus died to conquer sin, and he can offer you deliverance from the pain of drugs and alcohol.

Experience Peace at a Christian Rehab Network Facility

Addiction isolates you, destroys your relationships, and makes you feel far away from God. Our clients come to us expressing deep feelings of sadness, loneliness, and hopelessness—but we can help. Through our Christian drug and alcohol recovery programs for men and women, you can leave your addiction and experience God’s redeeming love and mercy in new and miraculous ways. To speak with a counselor or pastor about your addiction, or to inquire about affordable drug rehab programs, dial 877.310.9545 or submit a confidential . We will be in touch promptly!

Complementing Your Rehab With Holistic Healing Modalities

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September 21, 2015
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There is nChristian Holistic drug rehabo doubt that drug and alcohol addiction drastically impact your body, mind, spirit, and social realms. For many clients, breaking free from the chains of addiction means embracing holistic treatments that touch upon each of these areas.

Christian Rehab Network has the expertise and resources to help you find faith-based treatment programs that care for the whole person. Many of our treatment partners offer proven holistic techniques to manage the depression, anxiety, pain, and stress that comes with addiction recovery. These may include:

  • Acupuncture & massage therapy
  • Yoga & mind-body exercise
  • Prayer, meditation & mindfulness
  • Recreation & retreat opportunities
  • Art therapy
  • Fitness & nutrition counseling
  • EMDR therapy
  • Worship & Bible study

Taking Responsibility for Your Treatment

Part of achieving recovery success is connecting with God and, with His help, taking responsibility for your spiritual and physical wellbeing. Studies show that the right combination of holistic therapies can:

  • Relieve pain related to addiction recovery
  • Relieve pain associated with co-occurring disorders
  • Manage stress & relapse triggers
  • Release cellular toxins that have built up from drug & alcohol use
  • Reduce cravings during active recovery & beyond
  • Improve opportunity for therapeutic growth
  • Address insomnia & other conditions related to addiction
  • Energize you during the rehabilitation process

Enhancing Your Spirituality with Holistic Therapy

Holistic treatments help you focus on deepening your spiritual walk by taking you to a place of calm you may not be able to achieve on your own. It is when you are relaxed and inwardly focused that you can dig deeply to understand the root of your addiction, experience intimacy with Jesus, affirm the work God is doing in your life, ask for forgiveness from those you have wronged, and be grateful for your journey to sobriety. Pray for discernment during treatment, asking God to reveal the holistic treatments that glorify Him and are most effective for you. Then, discuss your concerns with a member of the Christian Rehab Network team. Our addiction specialists are versed in all types of therapy approaches and can help you access insurance coverage and financing for short- and long-term rehab.

Most importantly, remember that holistic treatments are not a substitute for God’s power, which is revealed when you walk daily with him through prayer and scripture study. To inquire about Christian addiction rehab or make an appointment to visit one of our partner facilities, dial 877.310.9545 today.

Community and Addiction Recovery: Getting the Support You Need

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September 10, 2015
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“In Christ we have the capacity for the fulfilling sense of belonging, which comes from intimate fellowship with God and with other believers.”

 

- Neil T. Anderson

 

It’s an unfortunate fact that addiction often thrives in the midst of loneliness. To achieve sustained sobriety, you’ll need an army of supporters—from physicians and therapists to sober friends and loved ones. Throughout addiction recovery, you should build a list of people you can turn to and places you can go where you will not be tempted to drink, use drugs, or return to other addictive behaviors.

 

Develop a Drug Addiction Support Community

As you prayerfully consider whom you can trust to walk alongside you during drug or alcohol rehab, consider the following:

 

  • Therapists & Addiction Specialists. These are the people who have seen you through the highs and lows of rehab; the people who know your story, understand the root of your addiction, and are available to provide professional guidance when you are dealing with addiction triggers, medical issues, family problems, or dual-diagnosis complications. You may also have a pastor, elder, or other spiritual advisor who is willing to be “on call” when you are in dire need.
  • Family & Loved Ones. Some family members may enable destructive behaviors, while others are angry with you for the fallout of your addiction. In many cases, however, your loved ones are your greatest cheerleaders: supporting you unconditionally, without judgment, and with arms wide open. Family members can be deeply hurt by addiction, so it’s important to note that they may also need counseling and treatment as you all learn to put your lives back together.
  • Sober Living Companions. One of the best places to seek support after your drug rehab program is complete is a sober living home. These communities are a safe place where the residents face similar challenges as they pursue an addiction-free lifestyle. Many  are very affordable and provide opportunities for recreation and fellowship, 12-step meetings, Bible studies, and other enriching community options. Returning home too soon can be devastating to your recovery success, so a group home may be just what you need to thrive and prepare for a return to normalcy.

 

Stay Accountable & Evaluate Old Friendships Carefully

While a healthy community is critical to recovery, a community of enablers or other addicts can quickly derail your progress. The friends you hung out with before rehab could trigger a relapse, so choose your circle carefully. Rely on mentors, therapists, or spiritual advisors to keep you accountable if you start to slip back into destructive relationships or visit old haunts. Find a sponsor or accountability partner that you respect, and meet with them often. Sobriety is hard, and the journey was not meant to be a solitary one. Prayer and Bible study are also integral to keeping you motivated and allowing you to feel the healing presence of God.

 

Find a Christian Rehab Network Sober Living Community

To learn more about the power of Christian community during drug rehab, call the Christian Rehab Network team at 877.310.9545 today. Partnering with Christ-based addiction treatment centers for men and women of all ages, we can also help you find a sober community where you can continue your recovery and rebuild your life. These highly affordable living arrangements can help you stay on track when the possibility of relapse is high—so don't go it alone.

Action in Addiction Recovery

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July 27, 2015
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What I Do, Not What I Know

Many individuals struggle with the fact that they have been through addiction treatment and in the rooms of 12-step and faith based recovery programs multiple times. Never quite grasping the concept of the programs, despite the fact that they gather all of the information required and know what they need to do in order to stay sober. Why aren’t these individuals able to maintain my sobriety for any length of time? Why can’t they stay away from the substances which cause so many problems in their lives? These questions continue to plague them in every attempt they make at sobriety.

For the longest time they are unable to figure out why all of the information that they gathered in the rooms of recovery and in treatment, nor the desire to get sober was working as a long-term solution. There comes a time when individuals realize that the one thing they have been missing in their recovery is action. While a desire to quit using or drinking is extremely helpful to the alcoholic or addict in need of help, it is not a required at all. Many individuals who enter into treatment, do not want to stop using or drinking. They merely want to be allowed to drink or use without any other interference in the other areas of their lives. As most individuals in the program know, this is an unrealistic expectation and something that will never work for the alcoholic or addict. They learn that a better life can be attained, not through wanting, but by taking action or contrary action where necessary.

Seeing Changes Through Action

They may not want recovery, but if they take the action which is suggested in the program and begin to see the changes in their lives, they soon realize that while they may not want recovery, they definitely need it. This is one of the most important aspects of any recovery program, focusing on your needs rather than focusing on your wants. After investing any amount of time within the program and taking the action which is suggested, you will soon realize that your wants have led us to this place in our life where everything is falling apart. It has been your wants, which have up to this point, continued to cause the majority of problems in your life. By focusing on your wants you continue to drink or use regardless of the damage it may cause.

Focusing on Needs vs. Wants

By focusing on your needs, however, you begin to realize and see that a major change takes place in how you approach everyday life. No longer do you live based upon what we believe you want, as your mind has been poisoned with clouded thinking. In time and through taking the action of practicing recovery, you begin to have an extreme amount of focus on your needs. You also discover that as you focus on your needs instead of your wants, your wants change to those which help to provide improvements. You discover that the more you focus on your needs rather than your wants, that what you needed is what you truly wanted all along. Having a better life, happiness and success is brought about through taking action on your needs. The wants or desires that you had while in your using or drinking state of mind only made life harder and made it impossible for you to accomplish anything which would bring about long-term happiness.

Today you have the opportunity to experience a life which you never thought you would have the opportunity or the ability to obtain. It will be through action that you are able to discover success in all aspects of your life. You begin to focus on your needs in life, rather than your wants. You take action on the knowledge which you have gathered throughout your time in the program of recovery because in the end it is your actions which will define your lives.

Drinking to Solve Problems

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July 27, 2015
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Our Solution, Not Our Problem

When entering into any recovery program, addicted individuals are in a constant struggle with their lives. They struggle with day to day activities that non-addicted individuals handle with ease. While most of those who struggle with addiction believe that the substance which they are addicted to is at the root of their problems, the reality of their situation is that the substance, whether drugs or alcohol, are not the originating problem in most circumstances. While constant, long-term drug and alcohol use can cause problems in the lives of any individual, the majority of their problems are caused because of the inability to deal with situations which arise in their life. While some of these individuals may struggle from underlying mental health disorders and the inability to accurately determine the best course of action in life situations, most individuals never develop the necessary skills in order to deal with situations effectively.

Drinking During Times of Desperation

As a result of the inability to deal with these everyday situations, whether due to mental health issues or lacking the necessary skills, individuals will turn to anything which will provide relief in their time of desperation. This is where the misconception of their real problem comes in. Ask any struggling addict or alcoholic who has not experienced a recovery program in the past and they will tell you that their problem is their substance of choice. Ask any individual who has recovered from their addiction and has been around recovery for any significant amount of time and you will receive a completely different outlook on what the root of their problem is. They have gained the understanding that the substance of their choice, be it alcohol or drugs, has been their solution and not their problem.

While this may seem confusing to most individuals seeking addiction treatment, they will quickly learn that this statement reigns true in their situation as well. The illusion that most people have regarding drugs and alcohol after long-term abuse has caused the inability to distinguish their addiction from the situations, or problem areas in their life, which continues to push them to use their substance of choice. For instance. When non-addicted individuals are faced with a difficult situation at work or home, they utilize the skillset which they developed over the course of their life to appropriately deal with these situations. Addicted individuals, on the other hand, resort to abusing their substance of choice, in order to escape from the reality of the situation. It is easier for them to get high or get drunk than to face the situation head on, as they do not know how to correctly handle the situation which has arisen.

Exploring Underlying Causes

After months or even years of practicing this routine, individuals then seek help for addiction issues and feel that this is where their main problem lies. This is where the proven effectiveness of addiction and mental health treatment validates itself of the most effective solution to treating addiction and mental health disorders. Addiction and mental health treatment centers do not focus on just the substance which the individual is addicted to, but rather approaches these individuals as having a spiritual malady or underlying cause for their addictive behaviors. By treating only the substance which the individual is addicted to without delving deeper into the inner workings of the individual, true recovery can never take place.

The addictive person must resolve the issue that forced them to drink or used, the real problems which made us turn to drugs or alcohol. Addiction and mental health treatment centers allow the person to do just that. It is important to remember that while treatment centers will address the addiction of the person, the main goal of these centers is to allow the person to gain life skills and gain the ability to deal with life’s situations without the need to use or drink. Anyone can gain abstinence from drugs or alcohol for a short period of time, but that is not what true recovery is all about. True recovery is about finding a solution which allows these individuals to deal with life on life’s terms without the need for drugs or alcohol. By attending an addiction and mental health treatment program, these individuals are able to remove the chemicals from their body which have clouded their minds, as well as develop the skills necessary to achieve long-term sobriety.

Our solution for the problems in our lives is no longer drugs or alcohol because we have developed the skills necessary to encounter any situation which life may throw at our doorsteps and deal with these situations in the most appropriate way possible. In the end, it is the development of life skills, in combination with the removal of these chemicals from our body, which will allow us to live a better and more fulfilling life.

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